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From Papyrus to Electronic Charts

The Amazon is the world’s largest river system. With more than 50,000km of navigable waters, ocean-going vessels are able to transit almost 6,000km from its mouth in the Atlantic Ocean to Iquitos, Peru. The Amazon and its more than 1,000 tributary rivers are characterised by... (read more)

Surveying the Gulf of Mexico

Surveying and mapping for the offshore petroleum industry in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) has been a source of confusion and wonder, especially to non-US nationals working there for the first time. This article aims to clarify some of the more confusing aspects of the system of... (read more)

How Google Explores the 10th Planet

NASA has spent tens of billions of dollars exploring Planet Earth and the other eight planets of our solar system, yet there is one last great frontier that has gone almost completely unexplored – Planet Ocean. The disparity between our understanding of Planet Earth and Plan... (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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William Greene

William Greene is a corporate advisor with global experience in renewable energy and offshore industry finance. William heads up Ocius’ European business development activities as the company seeks to enter the hydrographic, defence and offshore energy industries. He p... (read more)
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Cover Hydro International Magazine May June 2016Hydro International magazine is published eight 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.

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