Australian Centre for Water
and Environmental Biotechnology

AWMC Seminar Program: Dr Alistair Grinham

Characterising a submarine volcano using low cost sensing equipment

Kavachi submarine volcano is located in the Solomon Islands. It is 20 nm offshore in 2000 m of water and is highly active, representing a challenging system to characterise. Current methodology to access these systems is prohibitively expensive for most research group and is generally limited to major expeditions. This talk will detail the use of low cost sensing systems to characterise the topography and vent physiochemical environment as well associated biology.

Event Details
Date & Time: 
Friday, 11 September 2015
9am - 10am
Venue: AIBN Building 75, Level 1 Seminar Room
  • Dr Alistair Grinham

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