Research Into Underwater Impact of Wave-energy Converter

Wave-energy developer Carnegie Wave Energy has released the results from its environmental monitoring and assessment programme undertaken as part of the recent deployment of its commercial-scale CETO unit (CETO 3) off Garden Island, Western Australia. These results were presented by Carnegie's Site Development Manager, Tim Sawyer, at the Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit in Honolulu, Hawaii.     Underwater noise monitoring and assessment was carried out by Curtin University's Centre for Marine Science and Technology (CMST). Underwater fauna monitoring was carried out using baited and unbaited video cameras and analysed by environmental specialist RPS Environment, based in Perth, to assess... (read more)
2011-09-26 11:02:08

YSI Inc. Market Manager

Rob Ellison has joined YSI Inc. as Global Market/Business Development manager for environmental monitoring products and systems. Mr Ellison becomes an interface between environmental scientists and YSI. He will also work with key customers and distributors worldwide to develop continuous monitoring systems for water resources. Mr Ellison comes to YSI with eight years of experience at Turner Designs, Inc., an environmental instrumentation company specialising in fluorescence instrumentation. He holds a Masters degree in Biological Oceanography from Old Dominion University. (read more)
2005-10-07 12:00:00

ISO Certification for SeaZone

SeaZone, UK, has recently been part of an audit by BSI Management Systems (UK). The Quality Management System (QMS) adhered to by SeaZone has been certified as compliant with the requirements of the international standard ISO 9001:2008. SeaZone processes are also certified as being compliant with the environmental management international standard ISO 14001:2004. For nearly ten years SeaZone, has been providing marine data to government,  industry and academia.  During that time, quality and the environment has always been at the forefront of SeaZone thinking when designing the systems and processes that support the development and delivery of their products. ISO... (read more)
2012-05-10 09:00:20

High Hopes for UK Marine Sector

The marine environmental services sector has proven much more resilient to the economic downturn that might have been expected against the background of a contracting environmental consultancy market in the UK. This experienced a decline of 5.1% in 2009, according to a new report by market intelligence providers'Environment Analyst'. The research assessed the performance of more than sixty operators in the sector, profiling in depth thirteen of the key operators.     Environment Analyst found that the top twenty firms together account for over 90% of the total market. Behind Cefas, the market leader, other leading operators in terms of... (read more)
2011-03-24 12:00:00

Business Development Manager Appointment

WFS announces the appointment of Ian Crowther as Business Development Manager with global responsibility for WFS's Environmental and Industrial business. WFS has recently formed a new Environmental and Industrial Division.   Ian, Educated at St John's College, Cambridge University, has over 10 years experience of international business development, working with Linn Products, 3D Engineering Services  and Scottish Development International.   With through-water and through-ground RF technology and a range of multi-bandwidth products, target applications include environmental monitoring of rivers, lakes, estuaries, and landfill sites, oceanographic monitoring, process control and communications in underground mines and culverts.     (read more)
2008-04-10 09:23:47

New Market Development Manager Joins YSI Inc.

Rob Ellison has joined YSI Inc. as the Global Market / Business Development Manager for the Company’s line of environmental monitoring products and systems. In his new role, Mr Ellison will become an interface between environmental scientists and YSI. He will also work with key customers and distributors worldwide to develop continuous monitoring systems for water resources. Mr Ellison comes to YSI with eight years of increasing experience at Turner Designs, Inc. an environmental instrumentation company specializing in fluorescence instrumentation. He holds a Masters degree in Biological Oceanography from Old Dominion University. (read more)
2005-09-02 12:00:00

Dr. Knut Hartmann

Dr. Knut Hartmann is director Client Services for EOMAP. During his educational and professional background in environmental science and remote sensing he was involved in projects for O&G and engineering, HOs and environmental agencies. (read more)
2017-06-06 04:29:20

Workshop Dredging Techniques and Environment

In connection with the MTEC 2011 in Singapore from 13th to 15th April 2011, a one-day pre-conference workshop is to take place on Tuesday 12th April 2011. Environmental aspects of dredging and dredging techniques will be presented by Frans Uelman for IADC.   The course is based upon the IADC-CEDA publication, Environmental Aspects of Dredging, published in 2008. The book was created by integrating and updating the stand-alone guides published between 1996 and 2001. This new work is completely revised and the material in the book and the course reflects recent advances in environmental dredging techniques. The price of this... (read more)
2011-02-07 11:48:08

Multidisciplinary Ocean Studies

Increasing global environmental awareness means that endeavours impacting any geographical area are subject to cumbersome processes in order to get clearance from government and, often, non-government agencies caring for preservation of natural resources, wildlife, human aborigine settlements and other factors involved in project development today. The coastal zone is not free from this reality, and projects like port construction, pipe-lay, bridges, dredging and many others are subject to environmental evaluation. This new reality demands a wide variety of hydrographic and oceanographic studies directed at assessing the baseline and foreseeing the future impact of the project in hand upon the coastal... (read more)
2008-01-01 01:00:00

AUV Contract to Monitor Munitions in the Baltic Sea

OceanServer Technology, Canada, has recently delivered an Iver AUV for the MODUM project supported under the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme. The Iver AUV is equipped with high-resolution sidescan sonar, a magnetometer and a full suite of environmental sensors utilising the YSI Sonde 6600. This combination of sensors enables the AUV to identify likely munitions and take georegistered environmental readings in close proximity to the targets. The vehicle will primarily be operated out of The Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IO PAN) in Sopot, Poland. The purpose of the MODUM is to move... (read more)
2015-01-12 10:28:09
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