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A Practical Look at ENC Quality

The term ‘quality of an ENC’ can be defined in a straightforward way as the suitability of the ENC to provide for safe navigation within its geographical extent. This simple definition implies that electronic chart quality is a complex matter beyond the scope of criteria sti... (read more)

T-AGS 60 Class Oceanographic Survey Ships

In 1989 the Oceanographer of the Navy approved the construction of a new class of multimission oceanographic survey ship for the Naval Oceanographic Office, the T-AGS 60 class. The initial focus of the survey mission was primarily blue water oceanography. In the intervening... (read more)

Radar-based Nearshore Hydrographic Monitoring

Shore-based marine radar techniques have recently proved to be an excellent tool for monitoring erosion and accretion in the dynamic nearshore area through repeated and automated large-area surveys. The ability to routinely survey intertidal areas has always been logisticall... (read more)
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"Running Costs of Research Vessels Differ between Countries"

Operating research vessels is an important aspect of many hydrographic and oceanographic organisations. The European Research Vessel Operators (ERVO)... (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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A Decade of Outreach, Influence and Awareness at the IHO

Having served in the IHO Secretariat for ten years, Robert Ward recently handed over the Secretary-General  baton to his long-standing friend and colleague Dr Mathias Jonas. In this column, he looks back on a decade in which he regards improved outreach, influence and awareness as the... (read more)
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Hans Visser

Hans Visser is a geodesist from Delft University who has been working in the field of GNSS for the past 30 years. He currently works for Fugro-Intersite BV in the Netherlands. (read more)
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