The story of a unique partnership between commercial fishermen and scientists.
Collaboration spurs mutual benefits for research and industry
Acoustic buoy could one day help ships avoid collisions
Deep-sea vehicles locate data recorder on the seafloor
Deep-sea vehicle is stripped down, redesigned, and upgraded
The sight and sound of an airgun shot were captured by a GoPro underwater video camera. Airguns generate low-frequency sound waves, and lots of bubbles, by releasing large charges of compressed air. The airgun was being towed by R/V Marcus G. Langseth and was positioned about 9 meters below the sea surface. (Greg Horning, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)