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Image : Seafloor Reconnaissance Reveals Hidden Dangers Off Antarctica

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Greg Packard, in an inflatable boat, prepares to launch a REMUS (Remote Environmental Monitoring UnitS), to measure ocean bottom depths in a pre-determined area and pattern around Palmer Station, part of a 5-week survey resulting in a new chart of the area. (Photo by Keith von der Heydt, WHOI)
Greg Packard, in an inflatable boat, prepares to launch an autonomous underwater vehicle called REMUS (Remote Environmental Monitoring UnitS), to measure ocean- bottom depths in a pre-determined area and pattern around Palmer Station, part of a 5-week survey resulting in a new chart of the area. (Photo by Keith von der Heydt, WHOI)

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