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Electricians will cable from a research station on shore below the sea's surface

By Jishpar     Mar 13, 2007 in Technology
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute is going to lay 52km of electrical cable, 3000ft below the sea's surface.
According to the study done by the researches they prefer the cables to be immersed off the coast will profoundly improve. But the electricians see the cables to be dry actually.
This is going to be successful for many years of struggle with $12m Monterey Accelerated Research System (Mars). Which is going to influence such other constructions in the ocean too.
The thick cable will send power to, and return data from, a variety of research instruments - to be added later this year - that will sit on Smooth Ridge, a plateau at the edge of Monterey Canyon, the largest and deepest submarine canyon off the continental West Coast.
They finally wanted to be successful as easy as hitting "enter" on a keyboard. This is used for measuring carbon cycles, collecting microbial DNA and spying on bashful marine organisms
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