Theme: Seismic Survey

Seismic survey theme imageEvery month we will focus on a specific theme, featuring a selection of articles which have previously been published in Hydro International magazine. By including a mix of older and more recent articles, we will present a complete recap of the subject. The theme for May 2017 is seismic survey.

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Tsunami Local Alarm System

Tsunamis are in no way a new phenomenon, but the December 2004 tsunami drew attention to warning systems and generated new ideas for those capable of providing timely warning, even when a tsunami is generated near the coast. This article describes such a system, currently at... (read more)
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Relationship between Gas-bearing Sediments and Biogenic Mounds

Here we present the winning project of an industry-supported student research campaign, initiated in 2013 by Innomar Technologie GmbH, Germany. More than 25 European scientific institutions participated with research proposals from Master and PhD students in order to perform... (read more)
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Seismic Survey

“How to Sustainably Use and Protect Oceans and Coasts”

During the recent Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas, USA, the Executive Order on Implementing an America-First Offshore Energy Strategy was signed to support offshore science development. In the context of the highly dynamic offshore energy sector, 'Hydro Inte... (read more)

High-Resolution 3D Geotechnical Survey Tool

Prior to driving piles into the sub-seabed to serve as foundations for wind turbines, it is critical to ensure that the chosen locations are free from boulders and geohazards. At a wind farm site on the Baltic Sea, previous site investigations and tunnel excavation historica... (read more)

Research on Varied Caribbean Geophysical Aspects

The Caribbean Netherlands Science Institute at St Eustatius (CNSI) is a research facility that supports basic, strategic, applied, societal and policy relevant research and education in all fields of science. This initiative has been made possible by the Netherlands Ministry... (read more)

iXblue’s Sub-bottom Profiler Solution

The need for lake & river surveys constantly increases as human activity expands in these areas. While navigation remains a main focus, nowadays other applications such as hydraulic construction inspection, biomass and resource control, pollution tracking or historical s... (read more)

Autonomous Arctic Drifting Seismic Buoys

Less than 30,000km of seismic profile exist for the Arctic Ocean. Components of a new autonomous drifting seismic buoy have now been successfully tested using the hovercraftR/H Sabvabaa. Three buoys will be deployed in Spring 2009 and could potentially produce over 5,000km o... (read more)
Seismic Survey

WiMUST – A Fleet of AUVs for Seismic Surveys

The ongoing WiMUST (Widely scalable Mobile Underwater Sonar Technology) project aims to design and test a system of cooperating autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) that would simplify seismic surveying and offer significant advantages over modern streamer-towing operations... (read more)

Oceans of Earthquakes

Globally, the proliferation of sensors and resultant explosion of data is growing at exponential rates. Every digital device and sensor is expected to be available day/night to provide instantaneous results. This is possible if sensors are land or space based. This is not th... (read more)

Geophysical Instruments for Land, Sea and Air ­Subsurface Investigations

Geometrics Inc., based in San Jose, CA, USA, designs and manufactures rugged, portable and technologically-innovative geophysical instruments for land, sea and air subsurface investigations. The company’s main product lines include high speed cesium magnetometers, expl... (read more)

The Discovery of Long-Distance Sound Transmission in the Ocean

The existence of the SOFAR Channel has been known for many years. In the American geophysicist Maurice Ewing’s authorised biographical memoir The Floor of the Sea, the following passage occurs: “The first time Ewing’s seismic gear was tried at a thousand fa... (read more)

Offshore Surface ­Geochemical Survey (OSGS)

The all-Russian Scientific Research Institute for Geology & Mineral Resources of the Ocean (VNIIOkeangeologia) is situated in St. Petersburg, Russia and is currently the leading scientific organisation of the Russian Federation Ministry for Natural Resources in the field... (read more)
 
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