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By Emmanuel G. Reynaud

Written through a global crew of specialists from the Tara Oceans Marine Biology Imaging Platform (TAOMI), this can be the 1st and in basic terms compendium on marine imaging applied sciences, and comprises all identified underwater in addition to on-land techniques.

TAOMI is imaging the biggest selection of marine organisms in contemporary heritage, starting from viruses to corals, and is duplicated on land to accomplish excessive throughput confocal research of plankton, X-ray tomography in addition to cryo-electron microscopy. This designated platform combines underwater imaging with cytometry, stereomicroscopy, fluorescence microscopy and 3D microscopy — all of that are coated during this functional booklet, besides distant sensing, MRI, and optical projection tomography.

The definitive source for each marine biologist who's making plans to picture marine species, even if underwater or on land.

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Consequently, oceanographers are launching a new era of ocean exploration. They want to establish long-term ocean floor observatories with arrays of sensors and instruments that make continuous measurements of various ocean properties and events. Data from the observatories will be sent to shore-based laboratories via submerged fiber-optic cables or via cables linked to moored buoys that can transmit data via satellite. The data can then be made available via the Internet. Oceanographers will, in future, use different types of ROVs and AUVs that can ‘‘fly’’ in the oceans or along the seafloor, collecting measurements.

Oceanographers are also developing instrumented buoys moored thousands of miles from shore, and free-floating drifting instruments that can transmit data to scientists in their laboratories using satellites and the Internet. 6 Time Line of Ocean Imagery • 30,000 BC (Upper Paleolithic Period): Cave painting and carving of fishes and marine mammals in Europe and South East Asia • 30,000 BC −3,000 BC: Polynesians then Mediterranean civilizations sailed the oceans and master currents, star guided navigations and named the Great Salted River, okeanos.

Interestingly, he also discussed tides and thought that there were due to the compression of lower sea water by surface waters. ’’ He described these regular movements of the sea water (twice a day) as being caused by the Sun and the Moon. He observed two tides a day and, to quote, ‘‘In between two moon risings, the sea raises twice and ‘gone’ twice in a 24 hour period’’ and he pointed out that the tides where never at the same time the following day. As he was the first to pass on his observations to us, Aristotle is considered to be the father of marine biology and zoology, even though he did not leave any drawings, only description of his observations.

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