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Fugro Supports Scientists Study Corals Resistance to Environmental Stress

Coral reefs are often called the ‘rainforests of the sea’, contributing to marine biodiversity and food security worldwide. As environmental changes threaten the survival of these critical ecosystems, scientists are working to improve corals’ resilience. Fugro recently supported this work during an expedition onboard the Fugro Aquarius.

Fugro Supports Scientists Study Corals Resistance to Environmental Stress

Development of New Power Plant for Emission-Free Sailing on Methanol Vessels

System integrators Bakker Sliedrecht and RH Marine are going to develop a new electrical system that will enable vessels to sail on methanol and other zero-emission fuels. The aim is that in the future vessels will not only be able to sail more sustainably, but also more efficiently, safely and reliably.

Development of New Power Plant for Emission-Free Sailing on Methanol Vessels

Mission Begins to Antarctica’s Remote Thwaites Glacier

On the 100th anniversary of the polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton’s death, a research mission using a fleet of underwater robots to determine the impact of Thwaites Glacier on global sea-level rise, departed from Punta Arenas, Chile on January 6, 2022.

Mission Begins to Antarctica’s Remote Thwaites Glacier
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