In June, Gallager and Vernon Asper of the University of Southern Mississippi will install the National Science Foundation-funded Polar Remote Interactive Marine Observatory (PRIMO) off Antarctica, which will be the first cabled observatory in Antarctic waters.
What does PRIMO stand for?
PRIMO stands for Polar Remote Interactive Marine Observatory (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)
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Monitoring An Ecosystem The Polar Remote Interactive Marine Observatory (PRIMO), scheduled to be deployed off Antarctica in 2006, will be the first cabled observatory capable of remaining under the ice for a year.