Diver taking pictures of the clay terraces in the Baltic sea
Photo: Mikael Fredholm Vrak/SMTM

Discovered seafloor terraces of clay in the Baltic Sea are the focus in a reseach project concerning "how groundwater flows into the Baltic Sea" founded by the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority.

The project, lead by IGV, together with VRAK's maritime archaeologist are using 3D photography and other measurement equipment to investigate how fresh water and other substances are seeping in the sea.

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