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Marine Seismic to Climate Models: Using streamer data to understand ocean currents

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Knowing how ocean currents behave, on the scale of a few kilometers, is important for both conducting marine seismic surveys and producing accurate climate models. In this talk I will outline the goals, motivations and necessary background, of a joint project between the British Antarctic Survey and Schlumberger to estimate ocean currents using the data from towed acoustic streamers.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Sciences Group series.

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