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  • Pederson, Judith; Fertig, Benjamin (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2004)
    This white paper focuses on the regional component of ballast water management and specifically addresses concerns in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Gulf of Maine. It summarizes vessel traffic and ballast water exchange in ...
  • Pederson, Judith; Bullock, Robert; Carlton, James; Dijkstra, Jennifer; Dobroski, Nicole; Dyrynda, Peter; Fisher, Ryan; Harris, Larry; Hobbs, Niels; Lambert, Gretchen; Lazo-Wasem, Eric; Mathieson, Arthur; Miglietta, Maria-Pia; Smith, Jan; Smith III, Julian; Tyrrell, Megan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2005)
    In his seminal book on The Ecology of Invasions by Animals and Plants, Elton (1958) laid the foundation for the science of biological invasions. He identified the importance of human-mediated vectors as means of transporting ...
  • Sozer, Ethem Mutlu (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2005)
    Acoustic communications is an important part of underwater research. The mass amount of data collected by sub-sea devices can be made available to the scientific community in real-time with the utilization of acoustic modems.
  • Polidoro, V.; Desset, S.; Chryssostomidis, Chryssostomos; Hover, Franz S.; Morash, J.; Damus, R. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2005)
    The Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Laboratory (AUVLAB) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is currently building and testing a new, general purpose and inexpensive 6000 meter capable Hovering Autonomous ...
  • Morash, James; Damus, Robert; Desset, Samuel; Polidoro, Victor; Chryssostomidis, Chryssostomos (Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Sea Grant College Program, 2005)
    Over the past four years, development work at the MIT AUV Lab focused on a vehicle that is now almost a decade old. “Xanthos,” one of the last surviving examples of the venerable Odyssey II series of AUVs (developed at MIT ...
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