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BRICS members to share data from Earth remote sensing satellites
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December 24th, 2010
IMOS Monitors Almost One-third of the World’s Oceans

Australian climate and ocean scientists are studying some of the planet’s most remote areas using a multi-million dollar array of high-tech underwater equipment that provides data vital for the monitoring of almost one-third of the world’s oceans. The kit of technology includes sensor floats and autonomous underwater vehicles, which combine with sensor tagged animals, moored scientific stations and satellite remote sensing to form the Integrated Marine Observing System (IMOS). Read More