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From the BBC:
Robot heading for Antarctic dive
By Rebecca Morelle
Science reporter, BBC News
The mysteries of the Antarctic deep will be probed by a new vessel capable of plunging 6.5km (four miles) down.
Isis, the UK’s first deep-diving remotely operated vehicle (ROV), will be combing the sea-bed in the region in its inaugural science mission.
Researchers hope to uncover more about the effects of glaciers on the ocean floor, and also find out about the animals that inhabit these waters. …
Professor Paul Tyler, a deep-sea biologist at NOC, will use Isis to survey the sea creatures of Marguerite Bay.
“I’m interested in the effects of glaciers on the sea-bed and how this affects the fauna – the animals. I’m also interested in how the animal life in Antarctica changes as one goes deeper and deeper into the water,” Professor Tyler said.
“Using the real-time imagery from the ROV, we will be able to look at what is happening as it happens, helping us to answer questions such as why some creatures exist at one depth and not another.
He added: “Essentially no-one has explored Antarctica using a ROV at these depths.”