In conjunction with geophysical and geochemical surveys currently being acquired by sister company Searcher Seismic, Ecosscope is using cutting edge technology to acquire valuable environmental baseline data in the Gulf of Papua.
Ecosscope and project partners Blue Ocean Monitoring and Gardline Marine Sciences deployed an autonomous subsea glider to collect information on the environmental and oceanographic conditions in the Gulf.
The glider is conducting an extensive dive campaign, relaying data in near real-time to the survey vessel and onshore personnel. While principally targeting subsea seeps, the glider is collecting water column data on hydrocarbon content, chlorophyll, dissolved organic matter, turbidity, conductivity, temperature, water depth and currents.
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