Kim Picard
Biography

Kim Picard is a marine geoscientist at Geoscience Australia. Her research focuses on using mapping techniques to understand the processes that shape the seafloor across a wide range of marine environments. Kim earned her MSc in Earth and Ocean Science at the University of Victoria, Canada. For the MH370 search, Kim has been providing technical and scientific advice to the search coordinating agency.

Articles

Increased-resolution Bathymetry in the Southeast Indian Ocean

The disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 on 8 March 2014 led to a deep ocean search effort of unprecedented scale and detail in the remote southeastern Indian Ocean. Between June 2014 and January 2017, two mapping phases took place: (1) a shipborne bathymetric survey, and (2) a higher-re... (read more)
SEAEXPLORER Underwater Glider

SEAEXPLORER Underwater Glider

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