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VehiclesVehicles
Human-occupied, remotely operated, and autonomous underwater vehicles have all proven their usefulness in helping scientists access the depths to study the fate and effects of oil in the marine environment.

Measuring & Analysis Measuring & Analysis
Specialized and high-sensitivity instruments allow researchers in the lab or in the field to examine the details of how oil affects the marine environment and how it changes over time.

Sampling & CollectingSampling & Collecting
Bringing samples back from the deep ocean or back from the field to the lab often requires a diverse mix of instruments with multiple capabilities.

ImagingImaging
A wide range of imaging technologies are being used in tools that can bring back visual data of organisms and places in the ocean affected by oil.


Last updated: May 24, 2011
 


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