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First Version of the Russian Wave Energy Web-atlas

Scientists from Lomonosov MSU (Faculty of Geography) have published the first version of the Russian wave energy web-atlas. The test version of the web-atlas posted at ht... (read more)

Laurent Kerléguer appointment general manager of the French Hydrographic Service

Laurent Kerléguer is appointed general manager of the French Hydrographic and Oceanographic Serves. (Service hydrographique et océanographique de la marine). The... (read more)

Robots probe ocean depths in mission to fine-tune hurricane forecasts

The robotic, unmanned gliders are equipped with sensors to measure the salt content (salinity) and temperature as they move through the ocean at different depths. The gliders,... (read more)

Live from the Arctic: the Northwest Passage Project

Today a group of American and Canadian scientists will embark on a two-week research mission through the Northwest Passage. Led by the University of Rhode Island’s Inner... (read more)

Pavlopetri Watch Day and Eco-Marine Festival at Laconia, Greece

Pavlopetri, a Bronze-Age underwater city,  has fascinated generations of professional archaeologists and enthusiasts across the world. In celebration of its discover... (read more)

Exploring the Wold’s Most Unknown and Least Protected Ocean

Increasing our knowledge of the marine fauna that populates the depths and the physical systems governing ocean behaviour is essential for a scientific community seeking to be... (read more)

Marine and Diving Contractors Sign Memorandum of Understanding

The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) and the Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI), the two major trade associations in the commercial divi... (read more)

Fugro Succeeds with Seep Survey License Sales Offshore Newfoundland

Fugro and partner Amplified Geochemical Imaging (AGI), are reporting recent success selling multiple licences for data from frontier regions offshore of the east coast of Cana... (read more)

Report Warns of Irreversible Harm from Deep-sea Mining

The world’s oceans could face severe and irreversible harm unless tighter environmental safeguards are put in place to protect them from the risks of deep-sea mining, wa... (read more)

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