SDG 14: Life Below Water

How underwater robots are helping researchers monitor our oceans

Researchers are using autonomous underwater robots to sample environmental DNA. Image: Unsplash/Francesco Ungaro

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI)

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A long-range autonomous underwater vehicle (LRAUV)  underwater robot
Nimble autonomous underwater robot like MBARI’S long-range autonomous underwater vehicle (LRAUV) can expand monitoring of ocean health. Image: MBARI/Monterey Bay Aquarium

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