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Press Release 12-200
Researchers Recover Recorder From Antarctic Waters Containing Critical Baseline on Acidification

Research team's underwater sensor survives harsh polar winter to provide previously unavailable data

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Photo of three people hauling a sensor from the ocean.

(Left to right): Pauline Yu, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of California, Santa Barbara; Amanda Kelley, a graduate student at Portland State University; and Lydia Kapsenberg, a graduate student at the University of California, Santa Barbara, haul a sensor from McMurdo Sound.

Credit: Olivia Turnross, University of California, Santa Barbara


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The SeaFet ocean pH sensor, which was developed with NSF support, is shown in McMurdo Sound.

Credit: NSF/UCSD

 



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