NOAA’s Trio of Ocean Drones Set to Reach Bering Sea Survey Station
The trio of sail drones set to collect important data of one of America’s key fisheries has reached the Aleutian Islands, according to a recent update from NOAA Fisheries.
In June, NOAA said that the trio of sail drones would head off from California and travel to the Bering Sea to survey the largest fish stock in the country, walleye pollock, and monitor weather and ocean conditions in the Arctic Ocean.
The drones left from Alameda, California in May and arrived at Unimak Pass in the Aleutian Islands, traveling nearly 2700 miles already...
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