Scientists are expecting an average, but still large, hypoxic or "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico this year, and slightly above-average...
Subsea engineering, construction and installation company, Subsea 7, has taken delivery of a consignment of acoustic release transponders and...
Saturday, 21 June, was  "Ocean Sampling Day." Marine scientists took water samples at over 170 locations worldwide to investigate the...
Two oceangoing unmanned vehicles designed for long endurance scientific research were showcased at the National Oceanography Centre to potential...
Scientists from NOC have led a study to infer variability of the sub-polar Atlantic Ocean Meridional Overturning Circulation using estimates of...
Kongsberg Maritime, a leading developer of underwater imaging products has further enhanced its high resolution digital stills camera the OE14-408,...
Planet Ocean Ltd and CONTROS Systems & Solutions GmbH are teaming up to bring you a free one day workshop to discuss the latest research and...
New research reveals that Caribbean corals and the algae that inhabit them form a remarkably stable relationship -- new knowledge that can serve as...
Progress is on schedule with the Miami Harbor deepening and widening project, including the successful construction of artificial reefs and...
DSIT Solutions Ltd., a subsidiary of Acorn Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: ACFN), has announced the introduction of the AquaShield Extended Range (ER) Swimmer...
For nearly five decades, Nova Southeastern University’s Oceanographic Centerhas been a leader in marine research and education. The center focuses...
Flotation Products To Support New Undersea Research Network DeepWater Buoyancy has been awarded a major contract to supply flotation to the...
J2 Subsea, an Acteon company, was showcasing the We3D, WeSubsea's new 3" titanium remotely operated vehicle (ROV) dredger at Subsea Asia, in Kuala...

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