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AGU Releases List of Projects Going to Ruin During Shutdown

The American Geophysical Union (AGU) reports that the current U.S. government shutdown is negatively affecting Earth and space science research. Today, AGU released a list of projects affected by the lack of funding, transportation and manpower, and the union invited reporting on problems with immediate loss of real-time data and damage to immersed equipment due to lack of servicing. Projects

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ASL Hires New Acoustics Scientist to Manage Zooplankton Fish Profiler

ASL appointed Dr. Steve Pearce to the position of acoustics scientist. Pearce brings more than a decade of experience in underwater acoustics R&D to the ASL team. He earned his Ph.D. at Simon Fraser University in 2014, where his studies focused on sidescan sonar signal processing to suppress multipath interference in the context of a multi-angle swath bathymetry array. The

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Oceanology International Showcases Global Ocean Technology

The 49th annual Oceanology International (Oi) conference is now in full swing. Held in London Mar. 13-15, Oi showcases the latest in marine science and technology from around the globe. It includes an exhibition of approximately 500 companies and technologies, on-water vessels and product demonstrations, B2B matchmaking, an investment trade and innovation theater, and a series of technical tracks on

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