Underwater robots tracking right whales and their prey


Knowing where North Atlantic right whales will roam in search of the tiny organisms they eat to survive could be key to saving the endangered species, says one of the scientists leading a research project at Dalhousie University.

This study uses marine gliders operated jointly by Ocean Tracking Network and the Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response Network (MEOPAR). 

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CBC (26 July 2018)


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