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October 2017 Issue

ENVIRONMENTAL
MONITORING
REMOTE SENSING
& POLLUTION CONTROL


COVER
A surface buoy is deployed at the Ocean Observatories Initiative Pioneer Array and loaded aboard the RV Neil Armstrong in Woods Hole, Massachusetts on June 4, 2017. Buoy-mounted sensors measure a suite of meteorological and upper ocean variables. Solar panels and wind turbines provide power for the buoy and subsurface instrumentation. Telemetry systems transfer data to shore and allow shore-side command and control. (Photo Credit: Kyle Covert: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

 


FEATURE ARTICLES


MEASURING NITRATE IN PUGET SOUND USING OPTICAL SENSORS
Kim I. Martini, Ian D. Walsh and Charles W. Branham (Sea-Bird Scientific) detail the use of the SUNA optical nitrate sensor for nitrate measurements without wet chemistry.

INTERNATIONAL WATER CONFERENCE
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AUV FLEET STREAMLINES OFFSHORE OPERATIONS
Joshua Broussard (Ocean Infinity) addresses the challenges of using multiple autonomous vehicles to streamline operations for seabed geophysical data acquisition.

SUSTAINABLE OCEAN SUMMIT
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INTERNATIONAL WORKBOAT SHOW
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DEPARTMENTS

Capital Report Contracts Environmental Monitoring
Marine Renewables International Marine Electronics
Marine Resources Meetings Navy Currents
Ocean Business Ocean Research Offshore Oil
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Radar calibration and signal analysis ... U.S. Navy unmanned systems ... S5900 side scan sonar for mine countermeasures ... Hearing assessment tech for sailors ... Speciality chemicals to treat oil spills and prevent corrosion ... FutureWaves measures and forecasts ocean waves for seabasing defense applications ... Lithium ion Fault Tolerant (LiFT) system for energy storage and delivery ... Autonomous marine vehicles to sample biological, chemical parameters in Svalbard Archipelago to understand climate change ... Conference preview: CLEAN GULF.