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AUVs . (Courtesy US Geological Survey). (Courtesy US Geological Survey)

David Warner Brian Kieft and Brett Hobson depiction of plankton from the surface “What we hope to accomplish in the be really effective in oceans, but hasn’t down. end is to be able to do surveys and re- been used to as much degree in the Great

According to Warner, the primary dif- search projects where we utilize ships to Lakes or other fresh water systems.” ference between data gathered by the take advantage of their strengths where The research team is now in the early

AUV and more conventional means they exist – things like actually captur- stages of data analysis which will ul- is the spatial and temporal resolution ing

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