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UNC-TV SCIENCE

Blackbeard the Wave Glider

  • Aired: 05/16/2016
  • 05:31
  • Rating: NR
To our ears, the sound of being underwater is all the same muffled tone, but to East Carolina University scientists, the noise carries all sorts of information about the ocean. Watch as researchers use their acoustic wave glider named "Blackbeard" to study underwater noise, acoustically tagged fish and environmental conditions in the ocean.
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The acoustic wave glider listens to and records vital ocean data.
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