Robots to fan out across world's oceans to monitor their health

Reuters

Robots to fan out across world's oceans to monitor their health
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The project known as the Global Ocean Biogeochemistry Array, or GO-BGC, started in March with the launch of the first of 500 new floating robotic monitors containing computers, hydraulics, batteries and an array of sensors scientists say will relay a more comprehensive picture of the ocean and its health.

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