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Underwater robots give unique Arctic insight

Prof Jorgen Berge, UiT and Dr Emily Venables, SAMS retrieve a glider from the Barents Sea during the Arctic PRIZE April cruise
Prof Jorgen Berge, UiT and Dr Emily Venables, SAMS retrieve a glider from the Barents Sea during the Arctic PRIZE April cruise
Underwater robots give unique Arctic insight

Underwater robots have uncovered new evidence about life in the Arctic and, for the first time, revealed the moment the region’s marine ecosystem springs into life after the dark winter season. The unique data was gathered by autonomous ocean-going ‘gliders’ and will help marine scientists understand more about the so-called ‘Arctic spring bloom’, which kick-starts the ecosystem and is crucial in providing food for animals in the region.

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Staff from SAMS join Coastal Carolina University staff and students for one last picture.

Fri, May 25, '18

An 'eye-opening' visit from coast to coast

From petri dishes to puffins: American students get taste of SAMS

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Research at SAMS will help inform fish farmers of sea lice movement

Thu, May 24, '18

PhD offer to help track marine sea lice

Aquaculture industry to benefit from SAIC-funded research

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