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Argo Floats : How do we measure the ocean?
Argo Floats : How do we measure the ocean?
03/10/2014

The Argo stop-motion animation aims to inspire children (and adults) to engage with marine science. It is quirky, fun and informative at the same time. The animation explains what an Argo float is, how it operates and how all this data helps us to understand the ocean circulation and climate.

Story: Malou Zuidema & Esmee van Wijk
Artist: Malou Zuidema
Scientist: Esmee van Wijk
Voice-over: Jan Zika
Thanks to: Australia Argo Team
Supported by: CSIRO, Argo and IMOS

Credit: Supported by: CSIRO, Argo and IMOS

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