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Authors : Beiting Wang, Feng Ling.

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 Volume 3 Issue 8

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The ocean is the largest ecosystem on our planet, regulating change and variability in the climate system and supporting the global economy, ocean plays a pivotal role in the earth’s physical, geochemical and biological systems and as such affects us all in pervasive and profound ways. a foundation for any observing, monitoring or research effort is effective and reliable in situ sensor technologies that accurately measure key environmental parameters. The main purpose of this study is to demonstrate the feasibility of using carbon fibers paper to identify the ocean observation sensor. To try fund a method that it can connect 500,000 islands on all the world, and a new ocean observation technology was established.
Keywords:- ocean observation, digital ocean, sensors on carbon fibers paper.