Autonomous Underwater Gliders

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Wood,; Stephen,;
(2009)
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Autonomous Underwater Vehicles are only now being marketed as robust commercial vehicles for many industries, and of these vehicles underwater gliders are becoming the new tool for oceanographers. Satellites have provided scientists and marine specialists with measureme... View more
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