Ocean Observation

The Blue Economy

If You Can’t Measure It, You Can’t Manage it … or Get Attention and Funding! Understanding and promoting the Blue Economy and BlueTech is critical for the future of the U.

Rogue Waves

Ever since man has taken vessels onto the seas, mariners have reported encounters with monstrous waves that seem to arise out of nowhere from an otherwise average sea state.

UNOLS Seeks Research Vessel Feedback

The UNOLS Council and Fleet Improvement Committees have been working over the past few months on a response for the NSF to evaluate the need on the number of regional

MTR 100: Texas A&M University at Galveston

PO Box 1675, OCSB 380, Galveston, TX, USA 77553 T: +1 409 740 4840 E: wrightb@tamug.edu http://www.tamug.edu CEO/President: RADM Robert Smith III Vice President: Dr.

Luode Consulting Choses Sonardyne's LRTs

Sonardyne acoustic releases deliver perfect reliability for Scandinavian water monitoring studies. Luode Consulting, a Finnish-based environmental monitoring company,

Date for Diary: BlueTech & Blue Economy Summit & Expo

The Maritime Alliance promotes the 6th Annual event Novemeber 12-13, 2014 at the McMillin Companies Event Center in San Diego, CA  as a unique opportunity to understand trends,

Gazprom Kyrgyzstan Team to Help Improve Gas Supplies

  As part of the working visit to Kyrgyzstan, the Gazprom delegation led by the Management Committee Chairman Alexey Miller met with the Gazprom Kyrgyzstan team in Bishkek today.

Moog Supplies Camera System for WHOI Research Vessel

Research vessel Atlantis II underway with rugged, marine camera system from Moog Moog Inc. Space and Defense Group has supplied the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) with a new,

Nortek Expands Partnership with GSE

GSE Rentals has added the Nortek Signature500 AD2CPs to their inventory. Building on GSE clientele satisfaction with the Nortek AWAC for current and wave measurements,

Maritime Engineering Prof. Elected President of ASCE Organizations

Stevens Institute of Technology congratulates Thomas H. Wakeman III, research professor in the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Ocean Engineering who will

Maritime Growth Potential in Arctic Regions in Focus

  The industrial policy seminar in Nuuk has identified the potential for and barriers to maritime growth in the Arctic regions. More than 70 persons from Danish and Greenland companies,

NOC Takes Ocean Sensor to the World Stage

A team of scientists and engineers from the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) is heading to the U.S. to take part in a high-profile international competition to

OSIL Multi-Corers in CSA Ocean Sciences GoM Study

CSA Ocean Sciences have purchased two Mega Multiple Corers from U.K.-based Ocean Scientific International Ltd (OSIL) for use in a month-long deepwater sampling

Fraunhofer Researchers Improve Underwater Images

Videos and images of the submarine world are important for the maritime industry. Researchers from Fraunhofer IGD will show how underwater images can be improved

BMT WBM to Showcase TUFLOW at World Bank Seminar

BMT WBM ( (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, a leading international engineering and risk management consultancy, is delighted to announce that it will be presenting

Rosneft Restores Meteorological Observations System in Kara Sea

As part of a large-scale summer Arctic research expedition "Kara-Summer - 2014" a meteorological station was installed that meets the latest modern requirements for such equipment,

Sunscreen Ingredients Might Harm Marine Life

New study finds nanosunscreens toxic to base of ocean food chain A new study published in the American Chemical Society’s Journal of Environmental Science and

Science and Surveillance Blend for Polar Exploration

Surveillance and science aren’t a typical combination but for British Antarctic Survey, it’s a perfect pairing for polar exploration. British Antarctic Survey

Bubbling Methane Vents Discovered Off US E. Coast

Mississippi State University (MSU) researchers say they have found more than 500 bubbling methane vents on the seafloor off the US east coast. Lead author Adam Skarke,

Navy-Funded Whale Tagging Study Begins

A Navy-funded study to continue documenting blue and fin whale distribution, occurrence and movement patterns along the U.S. West Coast and throughout the Eastern Pacific has begun, informs U.

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