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WHOI Reveals Upgrades to Iconic Submersible Alvin

Increased depth range and the ability to explore 99% of the ocean floor, including the abyssal region—one of the least understood areas of the deep sea—are just some of the upgrades underway for the iconic human-occupied Vehicle (HOV) Alvin that were unveiled today at the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) Fall Meeting 2020.

BOEM Announces New Center of Marine Acoustics

The ocean is vast and full of sounds. Many are naturally occurring while others are anthropogenic (man-made). When these anthropogenic sounds are unwanted, we call them noise. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) manages energy and mineral resource development on the Outer Continental Shelf subject to environmental safeguards, and noise is high on the list of issues we need to understand and address to protect ocean life.

Oi Connect Delivers for the Ocean Science & Technology Community

Oceanology International 2020, held this year as a virtual event from 1st to 4th December on the custom-built, AI-driven Oi Connect events and meetings platform, completed its inaugural session to acclaim from the ocean science and technology communities.

CSA Ocean Sciences Expands Activities in the Guyana-Suriname Basin

As exploration activities in the Guyana-Suriname Basin expand, CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) and its Trinidad subsidiary follow suit, building on a 30-year history of marine environmental consulting work in the Caribbean and serving the scientific and operational needs of the offshore energy industry.

Inmarsat’s Most Powerful Satellite Enters Service

Inmarsat, a world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, confirms commercial service introduction (CSI) of GX5, the company’s newest, most powerful geostationary satellite to date.

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