Australian Education Award

The Australasian Hydrographic Society offers an Annual Education Award of AUD 2,500. Doing so, also this year a student will be supported in his or her education towards the hydrographic profession.   The award is open to students studying or researching in any maritime discipline including, but not limited to, the following: Hydrography - Nautical Charting  - Surveying at Sea Coastal Studies - Coastal Zone Management Offshore Resource Surveys and Management Port Development and Maritime Engineering Law of the Sea Marine Cartography Environmental Studies Marine Geology and Geophysics   Closing date for applications is Friday 12th December 2008. Application Forms are available... (read more)
2008-10-06 12:12:36

Education Award 2010

The Australasian Hydrographic Society offers an Annual Education Award of AUD2,500. The award is open to students studying or researching in any maritime discipline including, but not limited to,• hydrography• coastal studies• offshore resource surveys and management• port development and maritime engineering• law of the sea• marine cartography• environmental studies• marine geology, geophysics.Closing Date: 9 December 2010Application forms are available from the Australasian Hydrographic Society website, below. For further information, please contact the Australasian Hydrographic Society Education Award Panel on tel: +612 99093437, fax: +612 99538203 and e-mail: fitzynet@bigpond.net.au (read more)
2010-05-31 11:38:38

Annual Education Award

The Australasian Hydrographic Society offers an Annual Education Award of AUD $ 2,500. The award is open to students studying or researching in any maritime discipline including, but not limited to, the following:   - Hydrography - Nautical Charting - Surveying at Sea - Coastal Studies - Coastal Zone Management - Offshore Resource Surveys and Management - Port Development and Maritime Engineering - Law of the Sea - Marine Cartography - Environmental Studies - Marine Geology and Geophysics   The closing date is Friday 7 th December, 2007. Application Forms are available from the Australasian Hydrographic Society Website.   For further... (read more)
2007-07-18 02:03:46

IHO Capacity Building Update

Capacity Building (CB) is one of the strategic objectives of the IHO. It aims to assist countries, especially IHO Member States, in better meeting their international obligations in hydrographic surveying, nautical charting and maritime safety information. This is done through identifying the needs in each region and countries, providing technical advisory visits, and the provision of workshops, seminars, training and education programmes held around the world. Funding comes from the IHO Member States’ annual contributions with significant additional funding from the Republic of Korea and the Nippon Foundation of Japan. This additional funding enables several high-level training and education programmes.... (read more)
2015-10-13 09:07:27

'As it Is'

by the Head of the Argentine Naval Hydrographic Service
Hydrography, as the science committed to safety of navigation, was centralised in our country 125 years ago by means of the creation of the SERVICIO DE HIDROGRAFêA NAVAL (SHN); its responsibility being exercised along more than 7,600km of maritime and fluvial coast in the South Atlantic and Antarctica. Our Hydrographic Office is part of the Argentine Navy and its responsibility as supplier of the Public Service of Safety of Navigation is exercised at national level. There are task-groups dedicated to hydrography and the sciences related to the sea and the atmosphere, which include Oceanography, Cartography, Meteorology, Astronomy, etc. In practice,... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

'As it Is'

In 1943, given the need to further hydrography in Spain, the hydrographic service was detached from the Observatorio de la Armada, and the Instituto Hidrográfico de la Marina was born by law. It is sited in Cádiz and as an organisation under Navy Staff promotes cartography and achieves wider action in all functions related to hydrography and navigation. Its historic roots date back to the sixteenth-century Casa de Contratación at Seville. In 1970 the Instituto Hidrográfico de la Marina was reorganised and updated, with the task of 'Ensuring the safety of navigation regarding the capture and dissemination of information on... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

‘As it Is’

by the Head of the Argentine Naval Hydrographic Service
Hydrography, as the science committed to safety of navigation, was centralised in our country 125 years ago by means of the creation of the SERVICIO DE HIDROGRAFåA NAVAL (SHN); its responsibility being exercised along more than 7,600km of maritime and fluvial coast in the South Atlantic and Antarctica. Our Hydrographic Office is part of the Argentine Navy and its responsibility as supplier of the Public Service of Safety of Navigation is exercised at national level. There are task-groups dedicated to hydrography and the sciences related to the sea and the atmosphere, which include Oceanography, Cartography, Meteorology, Astronomy, etc. In practice,... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

RADM Dato’ Fadzilah bin Mohd Salleh Appointed as Chief Hydrographer of Malaysia

Rear Admiral Dato’ Fadzilah Bin Mohd Salleh has been appointed as the 6th Chief Hydrographer of Malaysia. He took over the position from Rear Admiral Dato’ Pahlawan Zaaim Bin Hassan who retired from his active service of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN). Rear Admiral Dato’ Fadzilah started his military career in September 1977 as a Naval Cadet Officer and later was commission as a Sub Lieutenant of the RMN in May 1980. He was promoted to the current rank on 1 November 2014.  His career with the RMN hydrographic branch started after he successfully completed the Basic Hydrographic Survey Course... (read more)
2017-02-15 08:54:00

Earth Sciences and the Aquaculture Industry

The fast development of the aquaculture industry in Chile over the last decade has meant several undesirable effects on the environment and territorial organisation. This industry is producing revenues of over US$ 1,000 million per year and has transformed the economy of three of the largest regions in the country, from latitude 40° S. to the surroundings of Cape Horn. It is difficult to find unemployed people in this region. The country has become the second largest salmon producer in the world, preceded only by Norway. Several unpredicted effects of this industry have had an impact upon the environment due... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

Canadian Hydrographic Association Joins IFHS

The Canadian Hydrographic Association (CHA) has joined the International Federation of Hydrographic Societies (IFHS), the recently established elective international body comprising member organisations of Australasia, Benelux, Denmark, the UK and US. The sole hydrographic association in Canada, the CHA is a non-profit scientific and technical body with more than 180 individual and corporate members. Based in Burlington, Ontario and with six other branches in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, Québec and Nova Scotia, its principal aims include advancing professional development of hydrography, marine cartography and associated activities throughout Canada and abroad. It is formally affiliated to the Canadian Institute of Geomatics... (read more)
2005-02-24 12:00:00
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