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2008 IEEE/OES US/EU-Baltic International Symposium
Observatories on the sea floor are about to permit long term observations of physical and chemical processes. Most of these observatories will deliver their measurements ashore in real time or near real time and many will derive power from a cable that connects them to shore. The cable is both empowering and limiting insofar as it permits long deployments and real time data return but restricts observations to regions where the cable has been laid. There remains a need for observatory typedoi:10.1109/baltic.2008.4625488 fatcat:amwvhatbl5cdpdslvllihlzxuy