Help oceanographers comb the ocean floor online


A new interactive website called Seafloor Explorer needs the public’s help to identify objects and seascapes in a few million underwater photos. The project is starting with 100,000 images, but there are more than 40 million in all. The photos come from the HabCam group, an underwater habitat-mapping project at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Via POPSCI


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