Wave Gliders Travel from Hawaii to Australia

Liquid Robotics Wave Gliders

Turner Designs C3 Fluorometers are installed on the Liquid Robotics Wave Gliders presently traveling from Hawaii to Australia.

On June 20th, the leading glider encountered an increase in chlorophyll and on June 26th, the trailing glider confirmed it. Distance traveled since the initial response shows the bloom to be over 300 miles.

Subsea World News Staff , July 04, 2012;  Image: Turner Designs

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