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January 2017 Issue

ANNUAL REVIEW
& FORECAST


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Deployment of an AquaTROLL 600 Multiparameter Sonde on the coast of Gulfport, Mississippi, on August 20, 2016 for the MDEQ Oyster Restoration and Management Project. (Photo Credit: Ashley Steinbach/In-Situ and Malcolm Lynch/CC Lynch and Associates)

 




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February 2017 Issue

INSTRUMENTATION
MEASUREMENT
PROCESSING &
ANALYSIS


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Chris Martens of UNC with a Sea-Bird Scientific SeaFET during a saturation dive mission focusing on ocean acidification at Aquarius Reef Base on the outer reef tract of the Florida Keys. (Photo Credit: Chris Martens)

 




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March 2017 Issue

ELECTRONIC CHARTING
VESSEL MANAGEMENT
PORTS & HARBORS
DREDGING
HOMELAND SECURITY


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Coral reef bathymetry image off the coast of Honduras recorded by Alpine Ocean Seismic using an EdgeTech 6205. (Photo Credit: EdgeTech)

 




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April 2017 Issue

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY &
OCEAN ENGINEERING


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Underwater view of active oil rig Ellen off the Pacific Coast near Long Beach, California. (Photo Credit: U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management)

 




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May 2017 Issue

COMMUNICATIONS
TELEMETRY
DATA PROCESSING


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The RV Sally Ride features a dual Cobham Sea Tel radome configuration to negate the effects of satellite blocking on certain headings. (Photo Credit: Kevin Walsh, Scripps Institution of Oceanography)

 




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June 2017 Issue

SEAFLOOR MAPPING
SONAR SYSTEMS
VESSELS


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The SonaDive handheld navigation sonar in use by a diver in St. Fausse sur Mer, France, for an environmental study on the impact of treated water on underwater life. (Photo Credit: Créocéan)

 




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July 2017 Issue

DECK GEAR
CABLE/CONNECTORS
POWER SYSTEMS
& SALVAGE


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Global Diving & Salvage lifted, refloated and towed the derelict Helena Star from Tacoma, Washington, to be recycled by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources. (Photo Credit: Global Diving & Salvage)

 




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August 2017 Issue

OCEAN RESOURCES
DEVELOPMENT &
COASTAL ZONE
MANAGEMENT


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Scientists at Florida Atlantic University’s Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute found that a deepwater marine sponge collected off Fort Lauderdale’s coast contains leiodermatolide, a natural product that has the ability to inhibit the growth of cancer cells, as well as block cancer cells from dividing, using extremely low concentrations of the compound.

 




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