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Press Release 10-107
Research Mission Studies Oil Spill Using Autonomous Underwater Vehicle and Mass Spectrometry

Project to characterize subsurface oil plumes in the Gulf using latest technologies

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Autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) Sentry is loaded onto the research vessel Endeavor.

Autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) Sentry is loaded onto the research vessel Endeavor.

Credit: Rich Camilli, WHOI


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The vessel Endeavor, operated by URI, embarked June 17 on a 12-day research expedition.

The vessel Endeavor, operated by URI, embarked June 17 on a 12-day research expedition.

Credit: University of Rhode Island


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Marine scientists are working to better understand oil dispersal in the Gulf of Mexico.

Marine scientists are working to better understand oil dispersal in the Gulf of Mexico.

Credit: Samantha Joye


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