MH370 search data will be treasure trove for scientists
January 25, 2017

It cost A$200 million (S$215 million) – and ended in apparent failure – but experts say the two-year search for the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 aircraft was not in vain. According to marine scientists, the 120,000 sq km search for the Boeing 777 has produced an unequalled trove of vital information about the world deep beneath the ocean’s surface.

Read the full story “MH370 search data will be treasure trove for scientists”, written by Jonathan Pearlman for the The Straits Times, on 25 January 2017.

Dr Robin Beaman from James Cook University was interviewed by Jonathan on the likely scientific benefits of these datasets.

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