Innovative technology development for Arctic Exploration

  title={Innovative technology development for Arctic Exploration},
  author={Jessica N. Cross and Calvin W. Mordy and Heather McRae Tabisola and Christian Meinig and E. D. Cokelet and P J Stabeno},
  journal={OCEANS 2015 - MTS/IEEE Washington},
The US Arctic and sub-Arctic regions are rapidly changing, creating potentially large impacts to marine ecosystems and ecosystem services. However, much of the current observing technology is ill suited to fully quantify these dynamic changes. The harsh, remote environment, expansive area, and extremely fine scale features present clear barriers to the efficient collection of effective environmental intelligence. In order to meet these challenges, NOAA's Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory… CONTINUE READING
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