University of Washington oceanographers Jason Gobat and Ben Jokinen assemble a Seaglider, an underwater drone that will be used in an Antarctic expedition to gather data to estimate future ice melt and sea-level rise.
University of Washington oceanographers Jason Gobat and Ben Jokinen assemble a Seaglider, an underwater drone that will be used in an Antarctic expedition to gather data to estimate future ice melt and sea-level rise. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times
University of Washington oceanographers Jason Gobat and Ben Jokinen assemble a Seaglider, an underwater drone that will be used in an Antarctic expedition to gather data to estimate future ice melt and sea-level rise. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times

UW’s robotic fleet will probe under Antarctic ice shelves for clues to future sea-level rise

December 28, 2017 05:00 PM