HF radar provides valuable ocean data
Technology can map ocean currents, wave heights and vessels over wide area, to help with spill response and SAR activities
Radar systems that use high frequency radio waves have established a crucial role in monitoring ocean surface conditions and are now considered a key component in the toolkit for responding to an offshore oil spill response, Hank Stascewich from the University of Alaska Fairbanks told the Alaska Oil....
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Oil spill response
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