Keeping an Eye on Earth’s Oceans With Argo Robots

Authors :

Blair J. Greenan, Annie P. Wong, Tammy Morris, Emily A. Smith, Marine Bollard

Young Reviewers

Deniz, Leo, Omer

Original version on Frontiers for Young Minds

https://kids.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/frym.2023.943491

DOI

10.3389/fmars.2020.00700

Have you ever wondered how scientists know what is happening deep below the surface of the ocean? There are several types of robots that can dive below the sea surface and bring back data from underwater. One type of robot, called an Argo float, moves through the middle depths of the ocean with the currents and comes to the surface once every 10 days, to tell scientists about the information that it has collected…

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Manon Audax, Thomas Boniface

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Argo Germany

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Xiaogang Xing

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Riccardo Martellucci, Laura Feudale, Anna Teruzzi, Giulio Notarstefano, Antonella Gallo, Giorgio Dall’Olmo

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Kjell Arne Mork

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Waldemar Walczowski

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