TThe resulting seabed warming is an important factor in rising sea levels.
The mission was part of a project involving the University of Southampton, the National Oceanographic Center, the British Antarctic Survey, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Princeton University.
Professor Alberto Naveira Garabato, research director at the University of Southampton, said: "Our study is an important step in understanding how climate change occurring in the distant and inhospitable waters of Antarctica will have a impact on global warming of the oceans and future sea level rise. "
Eleanor Frajka-Williams, National Center for Oceanography, said: "The data from Boaty McBoatface gave us a whole new way to see the deep ocean: the path taken by Boaty created a spatial view of turbulence near the ocean. bottom of the sea."