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Impact of Wastewater from Fukushima Nuclear Power Station

The Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 11 March 2011 measuring 9.0 on the Richter scale caused the meltdown and melt through of three reactors at Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Station (NPS). This resulted in a hydrogen gas explosion followed by the serious contaminati... (read more)

High Precision Positioning

The port of Monaco is undergoing an extensive construction process that will help double the port's capacity and protect it from heavy eastern swells and dangerous Mediterranean storms. The new port will include two unusual pontoon-type breakwaters as well as an additional h... (read more)

AUVs in Hydrography

The US Navy and the Naval Oceanographic Office (NAVOCEANO) are committed to realising the vision that Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) are available, affordable, and can play a critical role for many applications. Working in partnership with NAVOCEANO and the Office of... (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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Dr. Mathias Jonas

Dr. Mathias Jonas is the National Hydrographer of Germany. Holding the chair of IHO´s Hydrographic Standards and Services Committee, he oversees the work of a total of nine technical standardisation working groups – including  those responsible for the maint... (read more)
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