The 'Jelly' Threat

Barnard, Richard C.
June 2007
Sea Power;Jun2007, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p4
The article reflects on the threat of jellyfish to warships. According to the author, there is no handy remedy and killing them would wreck environmental havoc and not solve anything. He said that jellyfishes are capable of crippling an aircraft carrier. He said that the problem concerning jellyfishes has received little attention.


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