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March 2015 Issue
PORTS & HARBORS
A surface model of a combined multibeam bathymetric and aerial survey. The site is a 1-square-kilometer coastal inlet situated in the north of Scotland. The survey was carried out utilizing a R2Sonic (Austin, Texas) 2024 MBES and a Trimble (Sunnyvale, California) UX5 drone. The survey was processed within Hypack (Middletown, Connecticut) HYSWEEP software and surveyed by Gordon Campbell from Aspect Land & Hydrographic Surveys Ltd. (Irvine, U.K.). (Photo Credit: Hypack Inc.)
SHIPVIEW SIMPLIFIES TRACKING OF GLOBAL SHIPPING
Graham Stickler (exactEarth) describes a user-friendly software service that maps big data quickly via the Web.
SURVEYING WITH AIRBORNE MULTISENSOR MAGNETIC GRADIOMETER
Sean Scrivens (Aqua Survey Inc.) explains using airborne magnetic surveying to pinpoint unexploded ordnance.
THE IMPORTANCE OF EFFECTIVE DREDGE MONITORING
Dr. Richard Williams and Becky Childs (OSIL) review why port maintenance dredging is essential for continuous safe navigation.
COPERNICUS DOWNSTREAM SERVICE SUPPORTS NATURE-BASED FLOOD DEFENSE
Dr. Edward P. Morris, Dr. Jesus Gomez-Enri (University of Cádiz, Spain) and Dr. Daphne van der Wal (Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research) discuss the use of Sentinel Earth observation satellites for coastal needs.
CORRECTING NAVIGATION DATA OF SHALLOW-DIVING AUV IN ARCTIC
Uwe Wulff and Thorben Wulff (Alfred Wegener Institute) demonstrate how an algorithm improves data quality of biogeochemical research.
SOCIB CONTINUOUS OBSERVATIONS OF IBIZA CHANNEL USING HF RADAR
Dr. Arancha Lana, Dr. Joaquín Tintoré (Mediterranean Institute for Advance Studies) and Dr. Vicente Fernandez (freelance consultant) examine technology for the characterization and quantification of surface currents.
NOAA HIGH-FREQUENCY RADAR SURFACE CURRENTS WEB PRODUCT
Gregory Dusek, Paul Fanelli and Christopher Paternostro (NOAA) outline a new product that aims to expand the HF radar user base.
MINIATURE VERSUS SURVEY-GRADE INERTIAL SENSORS
Alexis Guinamard, Hélène Leplomb (SBG Systems) and Gilles Dandec (CADDEN) compare test performance results of Ellipse and Ekinox models.
SURFACE DETECTION FOR RECOVERY OF UUVS
Kevin Hardy (Global Ocean Design) and Brock Rosenthal (Ocean Innovations) explore using beacons to locate a UUV on the surface.
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H-1750 with MBES creates baseline surveys for memorial management … Miniature versus survey-grade inertial sensors … Equipping divers with the ultimate thickness gauging kit … Surface detection for recovery of UUVs … Constructing a tripod for seafloor research in China … Measured transmission loss as a key to improved sonar performance … Conference previews: Interspill, Ocean Business, U.S. Hydro.