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May 2015 Issue
A pipeline end manifold (PLEM) surveyed using a Bluefin-12 AUV equipped with a Sonardyne Solstice high-resolution side scan sonar. The PLEM consists of a large square template (12 by 12 meters), pipe and mattress protectors; the individual elements of the mattress are clearly resolved in the imagery. (Image Credit: Sonardyne/Bluefin)
SOFTWARE ADVANCES IN FORWARD-LOOKING SONAR
Cheryl M. Zimmerman, Matthew J. Zimmerman (FarSounder) and Paul Elgar (Jeppesen) describe better navigation and situational awareness via 3D FLS.
REVOLUTIONARY DEEP-SEA VESSEL: CYCLOPS MANNED SUBMERSIBLE
Peter Brodsky (University of Washington), Dr. Erika H. Montague and Stockton Rush (OceanGate) explain a new series of versatile subs that streamline costs and operations.
CHESAPEAKE TECHNOLOGY: A CUSTOMER-DRIVEN COMPANY
— Company Profile
NEXT-GENERATION ACOUSTIC VELOCITY SENSORS FOR UNDERWATER NAVIGATION
Dr. Jeremy Dillon (Kraken Sonar Systems Inc.) demonstrates how a CVL array can lessen cost and complexity by streamlining receiver redundancy.
SOLO TRANS-PACIFIC ROW WILL PROVIDE 6,500-MILE LOOK AT OCEAN SALINITY
Steve Werblow (freelance) reports on Sonya Baumstein’s plan to journey from Japan to San Francisco, California.
NOIA 2015 ANNUAL MEETING REVIEW
— Conference Review.
TRIMMING THE FAT FOR SEAFLOOR RESEARCH IN CHINA
Amy West (freelance) provides a look at constructing a tripod to monitor deep-sea sediment movement.
OCEAN MONITORING FROM SHIPS OF OPPORTUNITY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN
Alberto Ribotti (National Research Council, Italy), Alvaro Bucci (Superior Master Mariner FG) and Franco Reseghetti (ENEA, UTMAR) review gathering scientific marine data from instruments on commercial ships.
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Custom ABS-certified penetrators for use on a tourist submarine ... Energy harvesting system using sea water in a microbial fuel cell ... SEAMOR Marine’s newest observation-class ROVs ... A greener and smarter vessel ... Novel multipurpose buoy for offshore wind profile measurements ... Conference Review: EGU 2015 General Assembly.
The article “The Next Global Energy Powerhouse,” written by Kell Sloan and appearing in the April 2015 issue, erroneously stated that CSnet International, JAMSTEC and Pro-Oceanus Systems were working collaboratively to map the distribution of methane in the Nankal Trough. CSnet International was not involved in this effort.