Ocean Observation

OceanWorks Supply Seafloor Communication Nodes to HCC

OceanWorks International says it has completed the delivery of a spare node base and two node pods to Harris CapRock Communications (HCC) in support of the ongoing

US: $4B in Loan Aid for Renewable Energy

The U.S. Energy Department on Wednesday unveiled a plan for up to $4 billion in loan aid for renewable energy companies to help rejuvenate a program that faced

Three NOAA scientists honored by White House

The White House yesterday awarded three NOAA scientists with Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers. The award is the highest honor given

Teledyne RD Instruments ADCPs to Support China’s WPOS Project

Teledyne RD Instruments (RDI) has been selected by the Chinese Academy of Science’s Institute of Oceanology in Qingdao to provide their Acoustic Doppler Current

ONR Researchers Explore a Changing Arctic

As sea ice continues to recede at a record pace in the Arctic, officials at the Office of Naval Research (ONR) on April 14 announced new efforts to determine the

Severe Cyclone Ita heads towards Queensland

At 3:00pm today EST Severe Tropical Cyclone Ita, Category 5, was about 130km N-NE of Cooktown and 290km N of Cairns, and moving S-SW at 14km per hour.   Severe Tropical Cyclone Ita,

AML Appoints Olender Director of Engineering

AML Oceanographic of Sidney, BC, Canada announced the promotion of Dustin Olender, PhD, to Director of Engineering. Olender earned his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Victoria,

Exploring One of the Deepest Ocean Trenches

Telepresence capability will bring mysteries of the deep to the computer screen An international team of researchers led by deep-sea biologist Tim Shank of the

Sigma Xi Science and Engineering Research Exhibit

Every year, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth sponsors an extraordinary event that spotlights student research work in science and engineering and provides

Study Tests Theory that Life Originated at Deep Sea Vents

One of the greatest mysteries facing humans is how life originated on Earth. Scientists have determined approximately when life began (roughly 3.8 billion years ago),

South Pole Telescope Finds Proof of Big Bang

Several recent media reports state that the existence of the Big Bang allegedly has been proven by BICEP, a telescope stationed at the South Pole. In 2011, Mammoet

AXYS to Consult Virginia Offshore Wind Project

AXYS Technologies Inc. said it has been chosen by the Timmons Group as a member of their team recently awarded a research project funded by the Virginia Department of Mines,

Horizon Marine Opens Brazilian Office

Horizon Marine, Inc. announced the opening of its Brazilian office and the hiring of André Gellers as Country Manager. Andre has worked for more than 10 years

Seatronics, Nortek Join Forces in Brazil

Nortek AS and Seatronics do Brasil announced a new sales and service partnership in Brazil. In addition to being appointed as Nortek’s exclusive distributor in Brazil,

Arctic Sea Ice Reaches Maximum Extent for 2014

NSIDC issued an update to Arctic Sea Ice News & Analysis describing winter sea ice conditions in the Arctic Ocean stating Arctic sea ice reached its maximum extent for the year on March 21 at 14.

Oceans' 14 Call for Abstracts

The Oceans'14 Local Organizing Committee along with the Marine Technology Society and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers OES is pleased to advise

ClassNK Supports Japanese University's New Ocean Research Dept.

Kyushu University announces it has set up a new Department of Ocean Energy Resources with support from leading classification society ClassNK: the new department

Navy Research Vessel Neil Armstrong Christened

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering company Guido Perla & Associates, Inc. (GPA) announced that the christening ceremony for the Oceanographic Research Vessel AGOR 27,

BMT Delivers Metocean Support for Tullow Oil

BMT ARGOSS (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group, has announced the award of a number of metocean assessments for Tullow Oil Plc., including comprehensive overviews

Successful Sea Trials of GSI Giant Piston Corer

The Geological Survey of India (GSI) has recently completed successful sea trials of their new 30m Giant Piston Corer, supplied by U.K.-based OSIL, for their new vessel the RV Samudra Ratnakar.

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