Broadband Acoustic Turbulence and Biology Mapping Instrument for Ocean Research

EdgeTech has delivered a Wideband Acoustic Mapping System (WAMS) to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI). The system provides for monitoring acoustic scattering from zooplankton, bubbles and turbulence in the ocean with a frequency range of 120kHz to 600kHz, in 4 overlapping bands. The system is built on EdgeTech's Full Spectrum chirp technology, and provides for very accurate, wideband, amplitude and phase weighted transmissions, combined with very low noise, high dynamic range and coherent digitizing receivers. The data are available as both de-chirped, complex valued time series and raw 16 bit data samples. The echo spectrum and echo positions are all... (read more)
2006-01-26 12:00:00

Dr Don McFarlane

Dr McFarlane is Professor of Biology and Environmental Science at the Claremont Colleges in Southern California, USA. He received his BSc from the University of Liverpool, his MSc from Queen’s University of Belfast and his PhD from the University of Southern California. He has a long standing interest in the interactions of biology and earth system processes, especially caves. (read more)
2017-04-11 02:41:10

University of Iceland chooses Gavia AUV

The University of Iceland, Institute of Biology have purchased a 500m rated Gavia AUV. The Institute of Biology will utilise their Gavia AUV primarily for scientific research into seafloor morphology, water quality, benthic habitat monitoring, and for estimating density of commercially important benthic species such as crabs and mollusks as well as hydrographic surveys.   In addition to the many projects planned in Icelandic waters later this year, the University of Iceland plans to use their Gavia later this year in Norway and in the Faeroe Islands with the objectives of benthic habitat monitoring and evaluation of the influence of... (read more)
2008-07-09 12:00:00

East Carolina University Orders LOPC

ODIM Brooke Ocean has received an order for the delivery of an ODIM LOPC to the Department of Biology, Institute for Coastal Science and Policy East Carolina University. The LOPC will be used by Dave Kimmel, Assistant Professor at the Institute for Coastal Science and Policy’s Biology Department, for high spatial and temporal resolution in the study of zooplankton distribution in coastal and estuarine waters. The ODIM LOPCTM is the next generation in plankton profiling. The LOPC’s high-speed processing and improved detection plane provides detection counts at higher resolutions and higher concentrations with lower coincidence. The system can be installed... (read more)
2009-12-30 11:46:04

Alan Jamieson

Senior lecturer in deep-sea biology at Newcastle University’s School of Natural and Environmental Sciences and chief scientist on the Five Deeps Expedition. (read more)
2019-07-04 10:36:30

Ben Frederiks

Ben Frederiks studied marine biology and hydrography and started working at Rijkswaterstaat in 2015. His current position is as a hydrographic surveyor at Rijkswaterstaat’s Survey Department. His main work area is the Dutch North Sea. (read more)
2019-10-03 02:49:37

REMUS 100 for Norwegian University of Technology and Science

The Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU) has purchased one REMUS 100 system to support and enhance the operations of the University’s Applied Underwater Robotics Laboratory (AUR Lab). The lab will use the REMUS 100 AUV to facilitate engineering education and research and support scientific data collection and samplings. "The AUR Lab includes many of the world’s leading experts in subsea technology, environmental monitoring and marine research, and we are honored to assist with their efforts," says Christopher von Alt, president and co-founder of Hydroid. "Employing a REMUS 100 will allow the lab to collect scientific data and samplings... (read more)
2012-05-18 12:00:00

Sonavision Delivers RoxAnn to Hellenic Centre for Marine Research

Sonavision has delivered a RoxAnn system to the Hellenic Centre for Marine Research, formerly called the Institute of Marine Biology Crete. RoxAnn was selected as the preferred tool following use of RoxAnn in many of the centre's previous programmes. The dual frequency RoxAnn system will be used to map sea-grass populations in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. (read more)
2004-04-09 12:00:00

Kongsberg AUVs and Hydrographic Technology for Peruvian Arctic Research Vessel

Kongsberg Maritime has been chosen to deliver an integrated subsea technology systems package including two HUGIN Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV) for a new Peruvian Navy Hydrographic & Oceanographic research vessel. The 97-metre ‘BAP Carrasco’ is being built at Construcciones Navales P. Freire shipyard in Vigo, Spain. The advanced research ship will have Polar capability and be classified with PC7 notation to perform research in Peruvian waters, in order to fulfill Peru’s commitment under the Antarctic Treaty. The Kongsberg technology on board will form the platform for the Peruvian Navy to perform missions within hydrography, oceanology, geology, biology and geophysics. Following... (read more)
2016-05-25 01:57:32

C&C Technologies Opens Shreveport area office

C&C Technologies has opened its Stonewall, Louisiana office, as well as its appointment of Josh McDaniel as senior regulatory specialist. McDaniel's background includes a degree in wildlife biology from Louisiana Tech University, time served on the state technical advisory committee for the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and certification as a Wetland Delineator. The office will provide land survey services, as well as wetland determinations and delineations, US Army Corps of Engineers permitting, drill site assessments and layouts, erosion control consultation, and surveys for threatened and endangered species, specialising in the Red-cockaded Woodpecker. (read more)
2010-05-26 02:44:56
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