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The Monterey Accelerated Research System (MARS) cabled observatory, a node for science instruments on the ocean floor 891 meters (2,923 feet) below the surface of Monterey Bay, is connected to shore by a 52-kilometer (32-mile) undersea cable that carries data and power. About 20 kilometers of the cable was used to test photonic seismology on the seafloor. (Copyright MBARI, 2009 via UC Berkeley)
Underwater telecom cables make superb seismic network

November 29, 2019

Fiber-optic cables that constitute a global undersea telecommunications network could one day help scientists study offshore earthquakes and…
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