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Mapping Carbon Dioxide in the Sea

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Accurate data acquisition

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No need for human divers

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Unsafe areas explored

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CO2 bubbles are associated with negative effects on underwater biodiversity

Developed in 2013, an underwater robot was used as part of a study conducted by an Italian-German team that is part of the European project EUMarineRobots. The experiment aimed to map the carbon dioxide bubbles in water.

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The aim of the project was to map CO2 bubbles at Vulcano Island near Scicily

The aim of the project was to map CO2 bubbles at Vulcano Island near Scicily

Sources: https://www.eumarinerobots.eu/news/tna-experiment-isme-infrastructures-underwater-robot-feelhippo-exploring-sea-search-carbon

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