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A Chinese scientific research company, Rainbowfish Deepsea Equipment & Technology Co., Ltd. will construct a deep-sea research vessel. A Finnish...
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Gill Instruments’ extensive portfolio of meteorological instruments are now fully compatible with the innovative RockFLEET tracking and M2M/IoT...
The method, developed by researchers from Cardiff University, uses underwater microphones, also known as hydrophones, to listen for underwater sound...
What would be the consequences for abyssal ecosystems if mining of marine ore deposits was to start? Can such exploitation be conducted in an...
The US Naval Research Laboratory has purchased an Acoustic Zooplankton Fish Profiler (AZFP, Figure 1) autonomous echosounder from ASL Environmental...
Leading international oilfield services company, Expro, has successfully accomplished the world’s first proven wireless transmission of reservoir...
An international team of scientists just finished probing the depths of the Pacific Ocean offshore of Alaska and British Columbia, to better...
Nortek’s innovative Doppler instrumentation is now helping students at UK’s Bangor University to understand the processes behind the sedimentation,...
Okeanus Science & Technology, LLC (Okeanus) announces that it has recently upgraded its Nortek Signature55 ADCP System and purchased the...
Category 5 hurricanes may have slammed Florida repeatedly during the chilly Younger Dryas, 12,000 years ago. The cause? Hurricane-suppressing...
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