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WHOI Engineer Keenan Ball tests a high-speed acoustic modem, designed to send data-filled signals from ocean bottom instruments to buoys on the surface and back to the bottom. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, WHOI)
WHOI Senior Engineer Lee Freitag is working on designs and instrument for underwater acoustic communications systems for ocean observatories, particularly moorings. Freitag was part of the team that first developed acoustic modems at WHOI in the early 1990s. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, WHOI)
WHOI Associate Scientist John Collins (foreground) and Research Specialist Beecher Wooding examine pieces of an ocean-bottom seismometer being readied for deployment off Vancouver Island. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, WHOI)
WHOI researchers and the crew of the R/V Connecticut prepare the Gumbymoor buoy for deployment in February 2005. The team set the mooring for a testing period near Martha's Vineyard before it is ultimately deployed for seismic monitoring off the Caribbean coast of Grenada. (Photo by Jayne Doucette, WHOI)
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