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Image : Four WHOI Scientists Contribute to Comprehensive Picture of the Fate of Oil from Deepwater Horizon Spill

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Camilli with tethys
WHOI Environmental Engineer Rich Camilli working on TETHYS, the miniaturized mass spectrometer he developed. During the Deepwater Horizon spill, TETHYS was integrated into the AUV Sentry and used to define and characterize the deepsea plume. (Photo by Cameron McIntyre, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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