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OCEANS 2019 - Marseille
Long-term monitoring of the ocean, for instance its seismic activity, remains a technical and a financial challenge. Despite technological advances in reducing the size and consumption of electronic components, in providing powerful energy through Lithium batteries, and in reducing the size of sensors, the new generation of stand-alone instruments such as Ocean Bottom Seismometers (OBS) cannot be deployed on average for more than a year on the seafloor and provide access to their data only upondoi:10.1109/oceanse.2019.8867216 fatcat:qf2ekcj7dnd3fngs57nswlk54m