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Ocean Observation: Gliders, Buoys & Sub-Surface Networks

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OSU Names New RV sel will be 199 feet long with a range general oceanographic research in the foot science van for specialized science of approximately 7,000 nautical miles. Chesapeake Bay and the mid-Atlantic missions. The new research vessel will

It will have berths for 16 scientists and near coastal waters. The state-of-the- take advantage of the latest technology 13 crew members, and will be able to art research vessel offers enormous ca- through an extensive array of acoustic stay out at sea for about 21 days before pability in a small package that is also instrumentation for the gathering and returning to port. Its cruising speed will economic to build and operate. processing of data in support of

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