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Hydro International makes business easy! The Buyers Guide allows to search according to main business, first letter of the company name and (part of) a name.

 

Attract more attention by upgrading to a preferential position. For advertising inquieries, please contact Herma Lenten, e-mail herma.lenten@geomares.nl or phone +31 514 561854. To change or update company information, please contact Joost Boers, content manager.

 

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C-Nav UNITED STATES OF AMERICA logo of C-Nav
 
CARIS CANADA logo of CARIS
 
C.E.E.M.A. MOROCCO
 
C.E.R. H.O.C TOGO
 
CAB International UNITED KINGDOM
 
Cadcorp UNITED KINGDOM
 
CADDEN FRANCE
 
Cairns Port Authority AUSTRALIA
 
Calecore UNITED KINGDOM
 
Calegeo UNITED KINGDOM
 
Caley Ocean Systems Ltd UNITED KINGDOM
 
Campbell Scientific do Brasil Ltda BRAZIL
 
Campbell, Capt. R.J. UNITED KINGDOM
 
Canadian Coast Guard CANADA
 
Canadian Hydrographic Association CANADA
 
Canadian Hydrographic Service CANADA
 
Canadian Institute of Geomatics CANADA
 
Canadian Seabed Research Ltd CANADA
 
Canship Ugland Ltd CANADA
 
Capel-Diving-Services UNITED KINGDOM
 
Capital Signal Company Ltd TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
 
CARILEC ST LUCIA
 
CARIS (USA) UNITED STATES
 
Caris BV NETHERLANDS
 
Carlson Software UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
 
Carmanah Technologies Inc. CANADA
 
Carnegie Wave Energy AUSTRALIA
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Spill Response Baseline Survey

 

CSIRO from Australia is undertaking a survey tour towards the Australian Bight for a baseline survey looking for oil traces in the water. The surveyors are deploying a CTD and a gravity corer measuring possible traces of oil in the water column. The survey mission also consists of hydrographic mapping techniques, GIS and environmental specialists to make sure the situation before exploration is mapped well in order to know what the environmental consequences of an eventual oil seepage or leak may consist of.

 

 

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