Marine Science

HYPACK Supplies Mapping Software to NOAA

NOAA selects HYPACK and HYSWEEP software to support fishery and habitat mapping missions HYPACK, Inc. recently supplied five NOAA Fishery Survey Vessels with

Atlantic Slows Warming, Temperature Rises Seen Resuming from 2030

The Atlantic Ocean has masked global warming this century by soaking up vast amounts of heat from the atmosphere in a shift likely to reverse from around 2030 and spur fast temperature rises,

Rivette Joins C&C’s Geotechnical Division

C & C Technologies Inc. announced that Jill Rivette has joined the Geotechnical Division in Houston as a Senior Geotechnical Engineer.  Jill is a licensed Professional

Storm near Lesser Antilles Could Develop into cyclone

An elongated area of low pressure located about 350 miles east of the Lesser Antilles has a 50 percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours, the U.

Two-way Route in the Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait

  The IMO-adopted ship routeing measure to enhance the safety and efficiency of navigation and protect the region’s sensitive marine environment will come into

Awards Ceremony Recognizes NRL Researchers

Eighteen U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) scientists and engineers representing ten NRL research divisions were recognized with the prestigious Dr. Delores M.

UNOLS Seeks Input on the Regional Class Research Vessel

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

New Chlorophyll Sensor from Turner Designs

Turner Designs recently developed a chlorophyll sensor that uses a red excitation light source to detect algal fluorescence for estimating algal abundance. According to Turner,

Mærsk Putting Valuable Experience to Good Use

  The Mærsk Deliverer rig team has initiated seven local acceleration programmes in Angola. The goal is to train and develop local talent to take on increasingly

BLUE 2014 Film Competition Finalists Chosen

60+ jury members select the top films to be honored and screened at November 2014 event After the largest and most challenging film competitions to date, the

Water Flows and Energy Grows

The Earth stores and preserves its resources for the future, and some of the Earth’s freshwater resources are kept in aquifers, underground, water-bearing rock

Markey Equips Research Vessel Sally Ride

Named for the first American woman launched into space aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger, the Research Vessel Sally Ride was commissioned August 9 at Dakota Creek Industries (Anacortes, Washington).

MTR 100: Falmouth Scientific, Inc.

1400 Route 28A, Cataumet, MA, USA 02534 T: +1 508 564 7640 E: CEO/President: John Baker No. Of Employees: 17 The

MTR 100: Prometheus Inc.

21 Arnold Avenue, Newport, RI, USA 02840 T: +1 401 849 5389 E: CEO/President: Jim Byrnes Number Of Employees: 25 Prometheus Inc.

New Corals Populate UK Underwater Mountain

Scientists at Scotland's Heriot-Watt University have discovered new populations of deep-sea corals growing on the slopes of the UK’s highest underwater mountain,

Admiral Vladimirsky on Round-the-world Voyage

  On 18 August, the Admiral Vladimirsky oceanographic research ship of the Baltic Fleet will leave St. Petersburg and then set sail on an unprecedented round-the-world voyage.

St Engineering's Land Systems Arm Inject Capital in Brazil

  Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST Engineering) announced today that SDG Kinetics Pte. Ltd. (SDGK) and Autonomous Technology Pte Ltd (ATPL), wholly owned

MTR 100: Catalina Sea Ranch

820 South Seaside Avenue, Terminal Island, CA, USA 90731 T: +1 562 544 7410 E: CEO/President: Philip Cruver No.

Man-made Warming the Main Cause of Glacier Retreat -Study

Man-made greenhouse gas emissions have become the dominant cause of melting in glaciers from the Alps to the Andes that is raising world sea levels, a study said on Thursday.

Great Barrier Reef Eco-Outlook 'Poor'

A report from Australia's Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority finds the greatest risks to the Reef are still climate change, land-based run-off, coastal development,

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