Subject: [ SDE ] Environmental Sciences | oceanographic techniques | Magnetic fields | sea monitoring | central Barents | Institute of Marine Research | reliability | Arctic | [SDE]Environmental Sciences | European FP7 ACCESS project | compasses | Monitoring | distance 388 km | magnetic compass | Compass | Magnetoacoustic effects | SEA EXPLORER vehicle glider | polar region | Norway | arctic water | Oceans | underwater vehicles | magnetic north pole | Calibration
International audience; The use of gliders in the Polar Regions offers clever and inexpensive methods for large scale monitoring and exploration. In August and September of 2014, a SEA EXPLORER glider successfully completed a 388 km mission in the central Barents Sea to... View more
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