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The research team members include from left (back row): John Slade, Fugro; Nathan Ehrenholz, International Submarine Engineering Limited; Andrew Walsh, Fugro; Eric Davis, Marine Institute; Craig Bulger, Marine Institute and CREAIT Network; Eugene Antle, Marine Institute. From left (front row): Ginelle Nazareth, International Submarine Engineering Limited; Gina Miller, CREAIT Network’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicles node; Dr. Neil Bose, Memorial; Yaomei Wang, Memorial; Jimin Hwang, University of Tasmania; and Dr. Bo Thanyamanta, Memorial.

The research team members include from left (back row): John Slade, Fugro; Nathan Ehrenholz, International Submarine Engineering Limited; Andrew Walsh, Fugro; Eric Davis, Marine Institute; Craig Bulger, Marine Institute and CREAIT Network; Eugene Antle, Marine Institute. From left (front row): Ginelle Nazareth, International Submarine Engineering Limited; Gina Miller, CREAIT Network’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicles node; Dr. Neil Bose, Memorial; Yaomei Wang, Memorial; Jimin Hwang, University of Tasmania; and Dr. Bo Thanyamanta, Memorial.

The research team members include from left (back row): John Slade, Fugro; Nathan Ehrenholz, International Submarine Engineering Limited; Andrew Walsh, Fugro; Eric Davis, Marine Institute; Craig Bulger, Marine Institute and CREAIT Network; Eugene Antle, Marine Institute.
From left (front row): Ginelle Nazareth, International Submarine Engineering Limited; Gina Miller, CREAIT Network’s Autonomous Underwater Vehicles node; Dr. Neil Bose, Memorial; Yaomei Wang, Memorial; Jimin Hwang, University of Tasmania; and Dr. Bo Thanyamanta, Memorial.


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