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Harsimran brar
Harsimran brar
19:53 14 Jun 19
Passed the road test! It was a wonderful experience with Amethyst Driving School. Anastasia was very helpful and helped throughout the process. I took driving lessons with Roman. He is a great instructor, very professional and teaches perfectly to pass the test. Deserves 5 star rating!read more
Allen Tarver
Allen Tarver
14:35 13 Jun 19
I want to thank Amethyst for their time and effort. I highly recommend them for lessons. Their attention to detail with the 5 hour class is unsurpassed. Anastasia made sure we understood each subject matter. Roman is the best teacher I have ever had learning to drive. Amethyst is speedy and takes care of everything. There is no school better. Your bad habit driving will be a thing of the past. You will know what you need to know to earn your license.read more
Aigul Sydikova
Aigul Sydikova
01:36 28 May 19
Thank you so much for your great job and excellent customer service. I am so grateful for Anastasia and my instructor Alex, as they are very professional and care about each your steps. I just took few lessons with him and then I passed my drive test with first time. That was cool!read more
danielle josef
danielle josef
17:50 09 May 19
I took 10 lessons with Roman, passed my road test on my first try. Roman is very professional and a great instructor , he gave me all the tips and taught me how to be a safe driver. Most important to pass my road test Go to Amethyst driving school and Take Roman to be your instructor. You will pass on the first try . Thank you Roman for everything. If I did so can everyone else ✌🏼read more
Julia Bashkatova
Julia Bashkatova
00:23 08 May 19
Great experience. A big thank you to Roman for being such an incredible instructor. He built my confidence and wanted to see me succeed. Thank you Amethyst !read more
Oksana Demyter
Oksana Demyter
15:33 29 Apr 19
Had a great 10 lessons with Roman. Experienced teacher with a lot of patience. And got my license from the 1 time! Never drove before in my life!read more
Klaudia P-ski
Klaudia P-ski
22:55 11 Apr 19
Amethyst Driving School is a very good place to learn how to drive. The staff is very friendly and helpful. My instructor Alex was very nice. He is calm and patient and helped me throughout my learning experience. I began my classes in February with little driving experience but today is April 11 and I just passed my road test, thanks to Alex. I highly recommend this school.read more
Andres T
Andres T
17:17 22 Feb 19
The best driving school in Brooklyn! Very professional and helpful. My instructor Roman was an absolutely great teacher. Very knowledgeable, kind, and professional. He helped me learn how to drive from no prior knowledge. He really prepared me for the road test perfectly. Passed my road test on the first try. I now feel like I have great skills to be a driver on the road. Thank you Roman! Also thank you to the staff at amethyst driving school they were also very helpful and nice. Price was great for lessons and the 5-hr class. I recommend this driving school for all new drivers.read more
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An Interview with Power Elite MVPThemes

Although the surface of Antarctica is almost completely white, a field of green and brown algae clings to the underside of the sea ice around the frozen continent.

Previously, this underwater forest of algae was accessible only to marine creatures or specially trained divers. But now, researchers are using pioneering drones to scout out and map the miles of algae mats.

The Antarctic algae begin growing in early spring and rely on the small amount of sunlight that penetrates the ice to survive. They play a key role in the Antarctic food chain by supplying food for krill and other tiny animals.

with a radiometer that measures how much light each clump of algae absorbs. Based on the measurements, scientists can predict the total amount of algae growing under the ice.

The diving drones are 8.2 feet (2.5 meters) long and are shaped like torpedoes. The devices are deployed from holes that the researchers cut into the thick ice using an oil burner and a steam drill. The carefully carved holes also happen to be an ideal entry point for hunting seals, and sometimes, the researchers have to share their space with seals and sea lions that crowd around the heaters set up to keep the holes from icing over.

Algae growing on the bottom of sea ice absorb light at different wavelengths. Each torpedo-shaped drone is equipped with a radiometer that measures how much light each clump of algae absorbs. Based on the measurements, scientists can predict the total amount of algae growing under the ice.

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