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WHOIWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution
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The Orpheus, WHOI's latest underwater vehicle that's part of a whole new breed of autonomous underwater vehicles, took its first dive outside Cape Cod Bay in September 2018.
As per a recent report by CBS News, WHOI research engineer Jeff Kaeli was the only one to spot the cannons.
Elgar joined the WHOI staff in 1999 as a senior scientist.
Perhaps not surprisingly, the approach has drawn criticism from environmentalists and others, who assert that WHOI risks surrendering its academic integrity by partnering with the for-profit world.
"With giant asteroids and meteors colliding, there's a lot of destruction," said Horst Marschall, a geologist at WHOI and coauthor of the paper.
An operating depth of 6,000 feet was chosen as the least possible value satisfying the needs of the WHOI scientists.
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) is part of an international sea search operation formed to locate the deep-sea wreck site of Air France Flight 447 and to retrieve the flight recorders from the Airbus A 330.
The partnership with the RTDC is the latest initiative from the WHOI Office for Applied Oceanography (OAO), established in 2007 to encourage innovation in technology, serve as a hub for WHOI licensing and commercialization efforts, and protect the institution's intellectual property.
KAUST, located on the shores of the Red Sea, is working with WHOI scientists to establish the KAUST Marine and Ocean Research Center, which will provide critical information about ocean ecosystems, fisheries and water circulation along the Saudi Arabian coast in the northern central Red Sea.
The first sign that such vents might exist at ultraslow ridges came in 1996, when WHOI marine geochemist Chris German, then at the Southampton Oceanography Centre in England, found hydrothermal plumes at the SWIR.
To learn about the krill's life cycle, you consult WHOI scientists.