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Buque UCádiz en el programa Tesis de Canal Sur 30 June 2016

Buque UCádiz en el programa Tesis de Canal Sur

Asistimos a la presentación del UCÁDIZ, el primer buque oceanográfico andaluz, desarrollado por la Universidad de Cádiz y CEI·MAR (Campus de Excelencia Internacional del Mar).

Asistimos a la presentación del UCÁDIZ, el primer buque oceanográfico andaluz, desarrollado por la Universidad de Cádiz y CEI·MAR (Campus de Excelencia Internacional del Mar). Con 25 metros de eslora y 7,5 de manga, el buque es el resultado de la remodelación integral de una embarcación pesquera, que se ha prolongado durante cinco meses a fin de adecuar los espacios de trabajo y de habitabilidad de la tripulación y los científicos, así como de dotarla de equipamientos de última generación, que permitirán avanzar las investigaciones en áreas como la Oceanografía, la Arqueología Náutica y Subacuática y la gestión del agua y del mar.
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