Our oceans are a very mysterious world that still remarkably unexplored. However, there is life and astounding variety of creatures that will blow your mind. You can explore the ocean until a certain point, but you can’t explore the deep ocean on your own. Scientists now have a variety of sophisticated technologies to explore this vast frontier. What they’re finding will amaze you.
According to source #1 Oceans: Earth’s Final Frontier, there is a lot going on in the deep water. The ocean contains hot springs and chimneys that can spot acid. Such amazing things can be found at the hydrothermal vents and underwater volcanoes. In addition to its ...view middle of the document...
Otherwise, divers have to make use of a few underwater technologies. This technology will help the diver to protect themselves underwater. For example, the SCUBA is an update of the Aqualung. This device allows the divers to breath under water. Another example of underwater technology is the Jim Suit. This suit protect divers from deadly water pressure and contains built in oxygen. The last one but not least, it is the Deepsea Challenger invented by James Cameron. This advance underwater technology submarine descends faster and deeper into the ocean. Even with these advancements, severe restrictions remain on the depth and length of time that divers can spend underwater.
According to source #3 Lights, Camera and Invention, James Cameron who is a film maker also has a passion for exploring the sea. In 2012, he revolutionized the whole world with his underwater invention named the Deepsea Challenger. This submarine is an outstanding update of the only 50 year old submarine. He sent his new invention into the deep ocean, reaching the deepest valley on earth the Mariana Trench. This one man submersible is very lightweight, moves fast and vertically.
The ocean is an incredible world that has many creatures and unbelievable geography. Its explorations still amaze everybody and scientists now have a variety of sophisticated technologies to explore this vast frontier. As a result of many investigations and more to come, it will help us to educate ourselves about our ocean and what comes with it.