UMD to install data devices beneath Lake Superior
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — University of Minnesota Duluth researchers are installing technology more often used in oceans on the bottom of Lake Superior this week.
Researcher Jay Austin says the "moored proofing platforms" will gather data year-round, which hasn't been possible before due to the difficulty of getting out on the lake during the winter.
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