Earth and Planetary Science
EPS Geophysics

Berkeley Scientists Use Robots to Probe Secrets of the Ocean's Carbon Cycle

USS Oceanus

UC Berkeley News uploaded a new video onto YouTube of Earth and Planetary Science Professor Jim Bishop explaining how he and his research team are utilizing robots to collect data on climate change.

Check out the USS Oceanus’ blog on the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory site: 


Sarah Yang continues to update the research team's blog, so video interviews from scientists and crew will be posted on the site periodically. The scientists were very fortunate to have Sarah Yang to be at sea with them, as she was able to collect some cool videos and other materials. Remember, scientists were at sea for 10 days with ocean-going robots to measure carbon dioxide in the ocean and, hopefully, to unlock important data about climate change. For further access to Professor Jim Bishop and his team of researchers, go to the blog!