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Discovering the WWII Secrets of the Black Sea

Discovering the WWII Secrets of the Black Sea

The mysterious Black Sea has many secrets yet to be discovered. This research presents the results of the biggest UXO survey project performed on the Romanian Black Sea coast after World War II, using...

Please Look Down!

Please Look Down!

The US space agency NASA has successfully pushed the asteroid Dimorphos out of its original orbit in the universe, according to a recent announcement. The space rock was hit 11 million kilometres from...

Landing on the Abyssal Plain

Landing on the Abyssal Plain

Electrification and the transition to a green economy are rapidly accelerating the demand for metals and rare earth minerals. As this demand cannot be met by recycling existing metals, a number of lan...

Enhanced Solutions for Seagrass Monitoring

Enhanced Solutions for Seagrass Monitoring

A new, non-invasive method to measure and monitor seagrass biomass on the seabed around England’s southwest coast has been successfully demonstrated this year as part of a collaborative project supp...

Surveying the Tonga Volcano Eruption Aftermath

Surveying the Tonga Volcano Eruption Aftermath

The Tonga Eruption Seabed Mapping Project (TESMaP) is a collaborative mission to discover the undersea impacts of the January 2022 eruption of the Hunga-Tonga Hunga-Ha’apai volcano. Using their coll...

Bathymetric Surveys: Improvements and Barriers

Bathymetric Surveys: Improvements and Barriers

Since the 1970s, remote sensing has increasingly been used to conduct underwater surveys. Several methodologies are employed in hydrographic surveying, from direct techniques such as probing rods to m...

MBES Feature Detection Using Machine Learning

MBES Feature Detection Using Machine Learning

Manually examining the seafloor for objects such as wrecks requires a great deal of time and labour, both at sea and in the office. As time is a limited and costly factor, the industry is constantly s...

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