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Ambitious project aims to chart ocean’s floor by 2030

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Using data collected from underwater drones, merchant ships, fishing boats and even explorers, a new scientific project aims to map the ocean floor by 2030, Reuters News Agency reports.

Satinder Bindra, director of the Seabed 2030 project, told Reuters the work will shed light on everything from tsunami wave patterns to pollution, fishing movements, shipping navigation and unknown mineral deposits.

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