Thousands of Saildrones are now floating on ocean surfaces to monitor weather and sea temperatures. Their data would help scientists understand and analyze climate change. Not only that, they are also equipped to keep a count of the wildlife in the ocean. CNET’s video producer Stephen Beacham shares how Saildrones are helping to patrol the ocean floors and monitor climate change. According to NASA, the global average sea level has risen by 7 inches (178 mm) in 100 years. The Arctic summer sea ice has sunk to the lowest level while the average global temperature has risen to 2.1 degrees Fahrenheit since 2000. These autonomous surface vehicles will enable us to stop the environment from going to the point of no return.
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