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January 2016 Issue

ANNUAL REVIEW
& FORECAST


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Rear Adm. Tim Gallaudet, oceanographer of the U.S. Navy, poses for a photo shortly after looking over the REMUS 6000, an AUV. AUVs are a critical component to assist in collecting information from more than 250,000 mi. of physical battlespace so that Naval and Joint commanders can make better decisions faster than the adversary. (Photo Credit: U.S. Navy)

 




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February 2016 Issue

INSTRUMENTATION;
MEASUREMENT
PROCESSING &
ANALYSIS


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A NOBSKA MAVS 3D acoustic current meter measured temperature and oxygen flux across a coral reef in the Florida Keys to determine rates of respiration and bio productivity by the reef and its response to ocean acidification. (Photo Credit: NOBSKA)

 




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March 2016 Issue

ELECTRONIC CHARTING
VESSEL MANAGEMENT
PORTS & HARBORS
DREDGING
HOMELAND SECURTIY


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This image was collected by Geomytsa using Chesapeake Technology’s SonarWiz for acquisition and processing with an EdgeTech 4125 side scan sonar. The group of vessels in the center of the image, called “Pecikinder,” is comprised of the Icam, Majidum and Alga and located off the coast of Spain’s Canary Island. (Photo Credit: Chesapeake Technology)

 




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April 2016 Issue

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY &
OCEAN ENGINEERING


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Exxon Mobil Corp.’s Platform Heritage in the U.S. Pacific Outer Continental Shelf Region. (Photo Credit: Bureau of Ocean Energy Management)

 




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May 2016 Issue

COMMUNICATIONS
TELEMETRY
DATA PROCESSING


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A hybrid AUV/ROV with optical and acoustic communication methods in use at NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Lab (NBL) in Houston, Texas, with a replica of the International Space Station in the background. (Photo Credit: Sonardyne International Ltd.)

 




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June 2016 Issue

SEAFLOOR MAPPING SYSTEM
SONAR SYSTEMS
VESSELS


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A commercial trawler uses Furuno Sonar to assist with navigation. (Photo Credit: Furuno Norge AS)

 




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July 2016 Issue

DECK GEAR
CABLE/CONNECTORS
POWERSYSTEMS
& SALVAGE


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The InterOcean Systems Rig Anchor Release (RAR), a large acoustic release with 1.5 million-lb. load capability, being deployed in the Kara Sea in August 2015. The RAR is used for mooring large offshore platforms. (Photo Credit: InterOcean Systems LLC)

 




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August 2016 Issue

OCEAN RESOURCES
DEVELOPMENT &
COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT


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Depicted in the Strait of Gibraltar on the way to the deployment site, the Teledyne RD Instruments Workhorse 600 kHz ADCP was used to collect ocean current data for 40 days at approximately 50 m depth. (Photo Credit: Michiel Reneerkens, Aqua Vision BV)

 




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September 2016 Issue

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
REMOTE SENSING & POLLUTION CONTROL


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A rotorcraft equipped with thermal infrared sensor is capturing images of emulsified oil in the Ohmsett tank from multiple angles and heights to validate the sensor’s capabilities during a BSEE/NOAA-funded remote sensing test in July 2016. This was the largest emulsified oil slick ever used at Ohmsett. (Photo Credit: John Caplis, BSEE)

 




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October 2016 Issue

ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
REMOTE SENSING & POLLUTION CONTROL


COVER
A rotorcraft equipped with thermal infrared sensor is capturing images of emulsified oil in the Ohmsett tank from multiple angles and heights to validate the sensor’s capabilities during a BSEE/NOAA-funded remote sensing test in July 2016. This was the largest emulsified oil slick ever used at Ohmsett. (Photo Credit: John Caplis, BSEE)

 




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November 2016 Issue

UNDERSEA DEFENSE
ANTISUBMARINE WARFARE


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The future USS Ralph Johnson (DDG-114) was launched at the Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard in Mississippi. The ship, a Flight IIA destroyer, will be equipped with Aegis Baseline 9, which incorporates integrated air and missile defense and enhanced ballistic missile defense capabilities. DDG-51-class ships are integral players in global maritime security, engaging in air, undersea, surface, strike and ballistic missile defense. (Photo Credit: Huntington Ingalls Industries)

 




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December 2016 Issue

DIVING, UNDERWATER
VEHICLES & IMAGING


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Hawaii Underwater Research Laboratory’s manned research submersible PISCES IV during a 900-m dive off the coast of Oahu to survey the World War II tank landing ship USS Chittenden County, which was sunk in 1958. (Photo Credit: Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory, HURL)

 




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