The front cover of the July/August issue of Hydro International zooms in on the role that reliable, high-speed broadband is playing at sea in expanding knowledge and promoting a more sustainable future. Live transmissions from unexplored regions deep below the Indian Ocean have underlined this role. Read more in the article 'Live Transmissions from the Unexplored Deep' at page 28 in this magazine.
P. 12 - Seafarers Can Now Change Their Course
P. 19 - Submerged Munition, No Hazard Left Undetected
P. 25 - Trans-Atlantic Mooring Array Changes View of Ocean Circulation
P. 34 - World War II Submarine S-28 Gravesite Officially Identified off Oahu
P. 39 - The Ocean Cleanup Project
The Ocean Cleanup Project
Ocean Cleanup’s passive drifting system, also known as System 001, or ‘Wilson’, was deployed in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, located roughly midway between California and Hawaii for 116 days. A team of scientists and experts researched any possible environmental impact of the system. Read on...
The Nekton Mission
Live transmissions from unexplored regions deep below the Indian Ocean have underlined the role that reliable, high-speed broadband is playing at sea in expanding knowledge and promoting a more sustainable future. Read on...
The Lost 52 Expedition
After almost 75 years utilizing advanced imaging technology, Ocean Explorer Tim Taylor and his Lost 52 Expedition Team officially discovered the final resting place for the 49 Sailors of the U.S. submarine S-28 (SS-133) off Oahu, Hawaii. The U.S. Navy recently validated the identity of the wreck, which Taylor located in 2017. Read on...
Submerged Munition, No Hazard Left Undetected
Munition in the sea poses a risk to the sustainable development of the ocean economy. In particular, it remains a global challenge during the construction of wind parks, pipelines and other infrastructure. To ensure high-quality performance during the execution of the necessary maritime munitions detection and clearance operations, industry experts and scientists from Germany have defined a set of requirements. Especially in the detection phase which requires the attention of hydrographical surveyors. Read on...