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Summer Sentinel

Summer Sentinel

December 22, 2017

MIT undergraduate student Zach Duguid spent the summer of 2017 working in a lab run by WHOI scientist Rich Camilli. As a Summer Student Fellow, Duguid focused on an independent research project to incorporate an intelligent power and propulsion system into an autonomous underwater glider that Camilli is outfitting with a compact, low-power mass spectrometer and a sonar—normally two power-hungry instruments. The system is designed to do long-term survey and monitoring of seafloor features such as hydrocarbon seeps. WHOI is currently accepting applications for the 2018 class of Summer Student Fellows. (Photo by Tom Kleindinst, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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