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Recent Blog Post

Robotic Plankton

Published 2017-01-24

Photo: Scripps Institute of Oceanography Researchers at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography (UC San Diego) have created an innovative new tool that blends robotic technology with oceanography to answer questions about one of the ocean’s most abundant life forms – plankton. Planktonic organisms serve many important functions in the ocean, including fueling ocean food webs and cycling essential nutrients. However, there are still much to be discovered about their movement, dispersal, and impacts on larger organisms and ecosystems. Studying the movement of individual plankton has... (more)