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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...

Subsea Autonomy is Moving Beyond Waypoints

Subsea Autonomy is Moving Beyond Waypoints

The AUV has been the tool of choice for shallow-water MCM and EOD operations for a number of years. The coverage by popular news channels of unfortunate events, such as the MH370 tragedy, has also sho...

This is NOAA’s Plan for Deep Ocean Mapping of US Waters

This is NOAA’s Plan for Deep Ocean Mapping of US Waters

NOAA is using a systematic approach to map all US waters in support of Seabed 2030 objectives and to contribute to the complete mapping of the world’s oceans in the next ten years. Mapping within US...

“Tharp Helped Keep Me Going”

“Tharp Helped Keep Me Going”

“It wasn’t always easy being a black woman in my early days as an oceanographer,” says Dawn Wright, chief scientist at a worldwide operating company specialized in mapping and spatial analytics ...

Research Expedition to Map Scottish Seabed

Research Expedition to Map Scottish Seabed

Newly developed 3D imaging technology has allowed scientists to map Darwin Mounds, a unique area of cold-water coral reefs off the coast of Scotland, to see whether it has recovered since being decl...

Hydrographic Education During a Lockdown

Hydrographic Education During a Lockdown

On 12 March, the Dutch government decided to ‘lock down’ all activities involving multiple persons, including education. That decision immediately affected the hydrographic institutions in the Net...

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