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New smarts keep the autonomous vehicle on track
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How the waters off Catalina became a DDT dumping ground …
Los Angeles Times
A scientist involved in the discovery of the Titanic happened to be on board, so he helped them program the robots on where to go and how to search for the barrels. A marine geochemistry lab at WHOI ran the samples.