From Scientific America:
In this video, taken 150 miles from the nearest land, oceanographer James Thomson of the University of Washington explains how researchers are tracking these ocean rollers. He says scientists are “using buoys to measure the waves and the ice, and understand how waves are approaching the ice and breaking up the sea ice.” Other scientists show how robotic drones, called Seagliders, swoop under the ice to track the movement of the pack and how it changes as ocean conditions change. Read more about the expedition, and the search for house-sized waves of destruction, here.
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