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New Golden Age of Exploration

New Golden Age of Exploration

Jyotika Virmani was executive director of the Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE before she entered Schmidt Ocean Institute (SOI), also as executive director. Two positions at the forefront of state-of-the-...

Autonomy Leads to More Requests for Hydrographers

Autonomy Leads to More Requests for Hydrographers

Hydro International spoke to five leading experts about the present and future of the hydrographic industry. In this interview, Thomas Dehling (BSH) focuses on the impact that the Covid-19 pandemic is...

Forecasts for 2021: a Mixed Bag

Forecasts for 2021: a Mixed Bag

Ready to invest, in equipment, staff and training, but unsure about future growth at this stage of the Covid-19 pandemic: that seems to be the outcome of our Hydro International Reader Survey 2021. Fo...

The Hydrography of the Former Zuiderzee

The Hydrography of the Former Zuiderzee

The 32km-long dam called the Afsluitdijk, separating what was then the Zuiderzee from the North Sea, was completed in the Netherlands in 1932. It transformed the Zuiderzee from a large, shallow bay of...

Diversity Central to Evolution of Hydrography

Diversity Central to Evolution of Hydrography

Hydro International spoke to five leading experts about the present and future of the hydrographic industry. In this interview, John Nyberg (NOAA’s Office of Coast Survey) looks forward to a more di...

Sub-bottom Object Detection

Sub-bottom Object Detection

While nautical charting mainly focuses on bathymetry and objects that form a hazard to shipping, offshore construction and dredging require sub-bottom information. There is nothing worse in any projec...

Ocean Crisis: The Future of Our Seas

Ocean Crisis: The Future of Our Seas

Gert-Jan Reichart divides his time between the Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (Royal NIOZ), where he is head of ocean research for four days a week, and Utrecht University, where he work...

Open Source Software and Hydrographic Survey Data

Open Source Software and Hydrographic Survey Data

Hydrographers and data processors are expected to produce high-quality deliverables with a swift turnaround in this present age of data collection and technological refinement. However, the cost of pr...

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