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The Danish Geodata Agency’s hydrographic office (Arctic and Surveying) is, as the maritime authority, responsible for surveying and chart production in the Danish, Greenlandic and Faeroese waters. The office is looking for a skillful marine data specialist that can work independently with complex details, but still see the broader picture,...

Special Instructions to ApplicantsPriority will be given to applicants who apply by 5/1/2019 with a complete application including 1) letter of interest, 2) vitae, 3) statement of teaching accomplishments, plans and philosophy, 5) statement of hydrographic experience and qualifications, 6) names of three references. All attachments must be uploaded at...

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Low-budget Hydrography: the Hows and Whys

Hydrographic Charts for seafarers are based on years of survey data. Standard charts, paper or ENC, are available for most areas of the world and are quite inexpensive thanks to government-subsidised hydrographic surveys and volume of charts printed for numerous users. Dedic... (read more)

Backscatter - From Ping to Database

The Canadian Hydrographic Service (CHS) is willing to make better use of the backscatter intensity data collected with their multibeam sounding systems. All the backscatter data collected during the last 2 decades were not systematically processed and maintained, so a lot of... (read more)

US Navy Hydrography Is Back!

The US Navy has a strong tradition in hydrography and has restated its commitment to this field by naming the Commander of the Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command as the ‘Hydrographer of the Navy’. This was the culmination of significant focus and effort during the pa... (read more)
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14/05/2019 - 16/05/2019

SDB Day 2019, an international Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Technology and User Forum, will be hosted by EOMAP Australia and will take place on the beautiful Sunshine Coast of Queensland in Australia, at the Mantra Mooloolaba Beach Resort on 14-16 May 2019. Satellite-Derived Bathymetry (SDB) has experienced accelerating uptake in recent years, with users from...
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EMUs Contribute to Understanding of the Ocean

Esri has announced a new way of measuring the ocean: ecological marine units (EMUs). Esri and USGS collected a series of global measurements represent... (read more)

Teledyne Marine Successfully Hosts its Second Technology Workshop

Teledyne Marine has successfully hosted its 2017 users’ conference, entitled the Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop (TMTW), from 15-18 October... (read more)

Cooperation and Customisation for Better Technology

When choosing a single supplier, Swedish surveying firm Clinton found that the customisation possibilities offered by EIVA made for a great partnershi... (read more)
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Hydrography Will Be Big Contributor Filling the Digital Aquarium

The new secretary-general of the International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO), Mathias Jonas, has had a long career, now culminating in the highest r... (read more)
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Industry Brings Innovation to Inspire the New Generation

For the fifth year in a row, the Lake Survey was held in the Netherlands. This year Teledyne CARIS collaborated with Boskalis and Fugro in a one-week all-encompassing practical survey week. From 26 to... (read more)
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Seabed 2030 Needs Your Data

On 20 February this year, the Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 project became operational. Its task: to finish mapping the 84% of our oceans still unmapped. Simultaneously an 18-page concept paper was published laying out the morphological statistics, technological realities and data assembl... (read more)
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Carly Nichols works at Bluewater Energy Services, assisting the project engineer and asset manager and often acts as interface engineer between the 10+ Partners within the BlueTEC Texel Tidal project. She has an MSc in Renewable Energy and four years of work experience as a... (read more)
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Hydro International started out as a print magazine in 1996 and soon developed into a the multimedia platform it is today, featuring a successful website and respected weekly newsletter.

Cover Hydro International Magazine May June 2016Hydro International magazine is published six times a year. The magazine is international in scope and focuses on bringing to its readership topical overviews and the latest news and developments in the technology and management of hydrographic activities.

Hydro International seeks and publishes the opinion of leading hydrographers on the state of the market, technical issues and national and international policies.

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