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Energy-Efficient Salps

Energy-efficient salps swim and forage. To find out more, read a news release at . Video courtesy of Roman Stocker of the MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Kelly Rakow Sutherland and Larry Madin of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

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Civil and Environmental Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering

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August 26, 2010 11:46
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