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A network of devices called MERMAIDs is taking seismographs where they've never been.
06 February, 2019
- Most of the ocean floor is inaccessible to seismologists.
- Much can be learned about the interior of Earth by listening to earthquakes.
- Ingenious new floating sensors are changing the ocean seismology game.
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