Researchers: GPS-equipped commercial ships could become 'network of accurate tsunami sensors'
There are 2 comments on the UnderwaterTimes.com story from May 8, 2012, titled Researchers: GPS-equipped commercial ships could become 'network of accurate tsunami sensors'. In it, UnderwaterTimes.com reports that:
Oceanographer Leading Effort To Enlist Commercial Ships To Collect Ocean Data Study: Commercial Ships Spew Half As Much Particulate Pollution As World's Cars; 'A Significant Health Concern' Researchers: Blind Fish's Sensors May Spur Development Of New Generation Of Active Sonar Researchers: Biologically Inspired Sensors can Augment Sonar, Vision ... (more)
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#1 May 8, 2012
#2 May 30, 2012
We've just published an interview with James Foster who led the research into the commercial shipping possibilities for tsunami early warning detection via GPS. Hope you like it and you can read it here:
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