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Where machines plumb new depths

Scientists from the Scottish Association for Marine Science are accessing oceans of data

WATER covers 71 per cent of the Earth’s surface, yet only six per cent of the seabed has been mapped.

But a team at SAMS Scottish Marine Robotics Facility is pilot ing autonomous underwater vehicles, or AUVs, to understand what is going on under the waves, where it is extremely expensive, and dangerous, to send scientists in person.

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