Registration for the largest-ever Oceanology International (ExCeL London, March 11-13, 2014) is now open at oceanologyinternational.com. With 520 exhibitors from 35 countries taking up over 8,
Providing a healthy working environment for employees is fast becoming a number one concern for employers in the energy industry. Through education programs in fitness,
Safe Software and CARIS say that support for the CARIS Spatial Archive (CSAR) raster format for gridded bathymetry and elevation data will be included in FME 2014,
In the marine world, natal philopatry (animals returning to their own birthplace to give birth to their young) has been documented in salmon, seals, and some sea turtles; but for the first time,
A recent NOAA-funded modeling study shows that widespread bleaching events, like the one in Thailand in 2010 and pictured here, will become more common in the future.
ACSA announced that the SeaExplorer glider, developed by ACSA in partnership with ACRI, CNRS and IFREMER, successfully completed a two-month record mission in collaboration
Ships, barges, ferries, and recreational boats in the busy New York Harbor will be able to navigate more safely thanks to an updated version of the harbor’s nautical
MacArtney has supplied a consignment of high performance oceanographic winches to JAMSTEC, the Japanese Agency of Marine-Earth-Science and Technology. The total
At the end of 2013, the team of Sembawang Shipyard of Singapore and Teekay Shipping Australia will hand over the new scientific Research Vessel Investigator to her owners,
The ship will be named “Kronprins Haakon”, in honour of the heir to the Norwegian throne and will be built in Italy in the Fincantieri integrated shipyard in Riva Trigoso-Muggiano,
With new experimental facilities under construction at HR Wallingford, the foundations are in place for another two decades of successful collaboration between
Planet Ocean inform that they are supporting the UK Met Office and Plymouth Marine Laboratory to gather real-time Met-Ocean Data with their AXYS Watchman (WM-500)
The beautiful creatures are famously bad swimmers, but they have a secret weapon to sneak up on their prey. Their peculiar snouts are shaped to create very few ripples in the water,
Boatracs BTConnect AIS (Automatic Identification System) extends the functionality of BTConnect, the most widely used vessel tracking and fleet management software in the U.
Keppel Corporation (Keppel) and the National University of Singapore (NUS) announced the founding of the Keppel-NUS Corporate Laboratory, in collaboration with the National Research Foundation (NRF),
The National Science Board has authorized the National Science Foundation to enter into a cooperative agreement with Texas A&M University to continue managing the
The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter 'Block Island' assisted the North Carolina Wildlife Commission to return more than 50 endangered sea turtles to the ocean 40-miles east of Beaufort Inlet, N.
UK's Marine Conservation Society (MCS) says it welcomes the Government's announcement of 27 new marine conservation zones (MCZ), but see it as just a first step
Unique System FZE, a Unique Maritime Group company and integrated turnkey subsea and offshore solutions provider, engineered and supplied a monitoring system that
The Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy (FORCE), in partnership with Nortek Scientific, announced the construction of the world’s first instrument to provide high-resolution,