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A hydrophone array comprises several hydrophones strategically placed in known locations, such as in a line on the seafloor, moored vertically in the water column, or towed horizontally behind a vessel. When sound from a distant source, like a submarine, reaches the array, each hydrophone detects it at slightly different times, depending on the sound’s direction. This time difference, ...
The tiny plastic particles are ubiquitous in the environment and our bodies, so what can be done to lessen risks? They collect at the bottom of the sea in the Marianas trench. They’re carried ...
NIWA and the UK’s National Oceanography Centre (NOC) say that the flows travelled at speeds of up to 122km/hour – up to 50% faster than any other recorded. This new analysis, made possible by the NIWA-Nippon Foundation Tonga Eruption ...
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