Vtdigger, one of two statewide independent news organizations in Vermont, has a story about REMUS 600, a 16-foot-long autonomous underwater vehicle programmed that was tested below the ice on Willoughby Lake by engineers with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, in preparation for use in the Arctic.

Data collected from its sensors will ultimately allow researchers to map the underside of ice.

The story is here. Details about REMUS 600 are here.

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