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New Window Opens For Coral Reef Research
Research over the years has shown that the...
Offshore Wind Presents Powerful Opportunities, Gusty Challenges
As an alternative to fossil fuels, wind power is...
Permanent Ocean Presence With Autonomous Sailing Robots
The demand for accurate ocean sampling is...
OCEANSí14 St. Johnís—Preview
August 2014 Issue
Dr. Phillip Dustan from the College of Charleston uses a water level gauge to measure coral reef structure on Menjangan Island, Bali. (Photo Credit: Liv Wheeler)
OFFSHORE WIND PRESENTS POWERFUL OPPORTUNITIES, GUSTY CHANGES
Andrew Elmes (3sun Group) reviews installation and maintenance for wind turbines at sea.
BUILDING COASTAL RESILIENCE WITH OCS SAND RESOURCES
Renee Orr and William Yancey Brown (Bureau of Ocean Energy Management) detail managing shores for the long term.
NEW WINDOW OPENS FOR CORAL REEF RESEARCH
Evan Lubofsky (Onset Computer Corp.) describes a monitoring technique that precisely measures reef structure.
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WAVE CATCHER PROVIDES MOMENTUM FOR ALTERNATIVE ENERGY
Donald Gehring (Marine Energy Corp.) explains how a barge can turn the oceans into a power source.
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NOAA high-frequency radar surface currents Web product ... Monitoring technique precisely measures reef structure ... Building coastal resilience with OCS sand resources ... Sea ice drift monitoring based on SAR imagery ... Opportunities and challenges for offshore wind ... Conference previews: Euronaval and OCEANSí14.