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Image : A Plume of Chemicals from Deepwater Horizon

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WHOI scientist Mike Jakuba (right) devised a real-time visualization system that allowed the scientists to simulataneously see Sentry's track along with the chemicals detected by TETHYS. As a result, scientists, including James Kinsey and Dana Yoerger (left), could watch an image of the subsea plume appear as their "bloodhound" tracked petrochemicals in the deep sea. (Photo by Cameron McIntyre, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)


Last updated: July 28, 2014

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