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Image : At Deepwater Horizon, Basic Research Was Applied

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In the 1950s and 1960s, WHOI scientist Al Vine led efforts to build deep-submergence vehicles, including the submersible Alvin, which located a hydrogen bomb on the seafloor for the Navy in 1966. (Courtesy of WHOI Archives)

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