The focus of the Hydro International November-December 2016 magazine is on Surveying in the Arctic. You’ll find a broad range of articles on products, applications and applied techniques – in addition to regular columns and a technical article on Trends in Hydrographic Processing Software. Do you like it better to have the magazine in your hands? Get the print edition!
In this issue:
Page 14-17: Colombia’s First Scientific Expedition To Antarctica. The first Colombian scientific expedition to Antarctica was a major challenge for the country and the Colombian Hydrographic Survey because of the extreme conditions in which the investigations had to be carried out. Read now.
Page 25-27: title: In What Direction is Progress Headed? An overview of hydrographic processing software: highlights of trends and movements as indicated by the responses from software suppliers to our questions. In addition, our own observations. All in all, this makes for interesting reading, as it tell us where the profession is headed. Read now.
Page 30-32: The high cost of exploration in subarctic, often uncharted, waters was demonstrated in an unorthodox but convincing way by the 1974 grounding and sinking of the MV Minna off Resolution Island (Canada) while conducting a combined hydrographic-geophysical survey in the northern Labrador Sea. Read now.
Page 22-24:DHN Presence at Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016. The Brazilian Directorate of Hydrography and Navigation (DHN) has been supporting Olympic sailing and other international yachting races since Athens 2004. As a result, the Rio 2016 Organizing Committee selected DHN to add expert weather forecasting and to deploy metocean buoys to collect data to support water sports during the Olympic Games. Read now.