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Sentinel-2 Coastal Charting Worldwide

Sentinel-2 Coastal Charting Worldwide

It is widely and wrongly assumed that the world’s coastal regions have been surveyed in detail by modern techniques and that the resulting nautical charts are an accurate reflection of the nature of...

Next Step in Your Hydrographic and Surveying Career

Next Step in Your Hydrographic and Surveying Career

Certification is the next step in your hydrographic and offshore surveying career, according to experienced hydrographic surveyor Bruce Calderbank. The Canadian Hydrographer Certification Scheme (CHCS...

How Copernicus Sentinel-6 Will Monitor the Oceans

How Copernicus Sentinel-6 Will Monitor the Oceans

With millions of people around the world at risk from rising seas, it is essential to continue measuring the changing height of the sea surface to ensure that decision makers are equipped to take appr...

Largest Planned Tidal Stream Project in the World

Largest Planned Tidal Stream Project in the World

Balmoral Subsea Test Centre in Aberdeen, Scotland, has carried out hydrostatic tests on equipment that will be used to monitor the interaction between tidal turbines and marine mammals in the Pentland...

Mapping the Subsea Forests of the Mediterranean

Mapping the Subsea Forests of the Mediterranean

What is the best image classification technique to optimize maps so that effective action can be taken to conserve seagrass meadows? The distribution of Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadows has been ma...

600 Researchers to Spend a Whole Year Trapped in the Ice

600 Researchers to Spend a Whole Year Trapped in the Ice

On 20 September 2019, the German research icebreaker Polarstern left Tromsø, Norway, for what could be the biggest Arctic research expedition of all time. Once she reaches the destination, the ship ...

Submerged Munitions, No Hazard Left Undetected

Submerged Munitions, No Hazard Left Undetected

Munitions in the sea pose a risk to the sustainable development of the ocean economy. In particular, they are a global challenge during the construction of wind parks, pipelines and other infrastructu...

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