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Tour USS Indianapolis: Live-Streaming from 18,000 Feet Under the Sea
Tonight, a remotely-operated vehicle (ROV) will shoot video 18,000 feet under the sea to take viewers on a live-streaming tour
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NASA Project to More Thoroughly Understand Ocean Carbon Flux
Beginning in summer 2018, twelve groups of scientists will undertake field expeditions to perform robotic sampling, optical instrumentation deployments, light
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Registration is Open for the Teledyne Marine Technology Workshop
  This three-day workshop held October 15-18, 2017 at Catamaran Resort in San Diego, California is preceded by a full
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New Ocean Technology Group Promises a Fresh Voice on Capitol Hill
The International Ocean Science and Technology Industry Association (IOSTIA) officially launched Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. Located in Washington, D.C., IOSTIA
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USGS Installs Sensors to Gain Data from Irma
The U.S. Geological Survey is installing storm-tide sensors today in the Florida Keys to assist with data collection as Hurricane
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Hurricane Watch: Irma Approaching Virgin Islands
The National Hurricane Center has issued a public advisory stating that Hurricane Irma will move over portions of the Virgin
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Hurricane Update: Offshore Oil and Port Infrastructure
The U.S. Coast Guard reported ships entering and exiting the Houston Ship Channel on Labor Day and the Port of
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International Ocean Film Festival Submissions Open
The 15th Annual International Ocean Film Festival (IOFF) is now accepting film submissions. IOFF is the biggest festival of its kind
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Q&A: Jeff Orlowski’s ‘Chasing Coral’
If you haven’t seen “Chasing Coral” yet, we highly recommend you watch it. (It’s streaming now on Netflix.) This engaging
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More Rain to Come as Hurricane Harvey Returns to Land
The fourth largest city in the U.S., Houston, Texas is experiencing disastrous rains from category 4 hurricane Harvey, which made
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