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Sylvia Earle on locating and recovering Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

On Saturday I appeared on CNN to discuss the numerous challenges in locating and recovering Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. A stark reminder of exactly why we need more focus on underwater exploration! VIDEO: http://ow.ly/vJgOP

Alameda company could help find Malaysian Air wreckage

ALAMEDA, Calif. (KGO) – A new phase has begun in the search for the missing Malaysia jetliner. Two ships with high-tech equipment launched in the underwater hunt for the plane, or its black boxes. There are only a few days left before pings from the plane’s two data recorders could stop transmitting. The plane vanished over […]

Submarine to explore Lake Tahoe’s most active fault line

Unmanned sub to explore fault beneath Lake Tahoe

Submarine dives on first-of-its-kind Lake Tahoe exploration

Scientists testing submarine that will collect earthquake data

Unmanned submarine to explore depths of Lake Tahoe

Unmanned sub to explore fault beneath Lake Tahoe

NIU Antarctic-Bound Submarine

Antarctic-bound unmanned submarine Lake Tahoe test run could aid earthquake research Scientists and engineers plan to test NIU’s robotic submarine at Lake Tahoe, the nation’s second deepest lake, in mid-July, 2013. The unmanned yellow submarine—also known as a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) or sub-ice rover (SIR)—is equipped with a high definition camera. It also has […]

DOER – Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development

Why California? It is a question I am frequently asked by people who assume that we would have opted for Texas with its close proximity to Gulf of Mexico oil and gas interests. Although many of the companies that are considered competitors of Deep Ocean Exploration and Research (DOER) are headquartered in, or have a […]

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