Scientists devise way to relay sound signals under water
Engineers use ocean channel to efficiently relay sound
First impressions of my first research cruise
Did dispersants help microbes break down oil?
Instrument may also help monitor sewage treatment plants
Argo floats sink to depths of 2,000 meters, drift with ocean currents for several days, rise to the surface taking measurements of water temperature and salinity along the way, and then transmit data back to shore via satellite before descending again. (Animation by Tim Silva, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)