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Sensor Network Warns of Stealth Tsunamis
A next-generation network of seismic and wave sensors in the southwestern Pacific will warn coastal residents of an approaching tsunami before they see the wave.
The Most Interesting People In Seattle This Month (March 2020)
The Seattle Met's Perfect Party list features Chris Meinig for his recent publication on a glider that recorded ocean sounds along the Washington coast.
Network of buoys in Pacific Ocean to act as tsunami warning devices for NZ
The Government has announced a plan to deploy a network of buoys to work as a tsunami detection and monitoring system. DART is referenced.
'Sneaky’ underwater robot spent 18 days recording sea creatures — and noisy humans, too
For 18 days, an underwater robot dived and surfaced and dived and surfaced — some 402 times in all — listening to the ocean’s depths as it traveled hundreds of miles along the continental shelf off the Washington and Oregon coastline. Chris Meinig and Joe Haxel are featured.
Saildrones return from the Arctic after milestone research mission
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - After covering more than 36,000 nautical miles and going where no drones have gone before, a fleet of five research saildrones has returned to shore in Dutch Harbor, while one wayward machine was recovered in Utqiagvik. Chris Meinig is featured.