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Marine Technology Reporter - October 2017 Edition

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Marine Technology Reporter

The October 2017 edition of Marine Technology Reporter is now available - in print, and online.
This edition includes features on:
  • The sophisticated technology used to find and explore the long-lost USS Indianapolis

  • Deep-sea mining: the promises of subsea riches pose a threat to subsea environments
  • Unmanned forces: building a multi-domain autonomous fleet
  • Aerial drones improve safety and performance offshore
  • The Arctic "Roomba": new technologies for recovering oil spills in icy waters
Read more at http://digitalmagazines.marinelink.com/nwm/MarineTechnology/201710/

Oct 10, 2017

 

Arctic Operations

Aker Arctic Tests Autonomous Ship Model

(Photo: Aker Arctic)

A Finnish engineering firm known for its ice-going vessel expertise says it is studying another

Accelerating Antarctic Thaw Speeds Sea Level Rise

Crevasses near the grounding line of Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica. (Credits: University of Washington/I. Joughin)

An accelerating thaw of Antarctica has pushed up world sea levels by almost a centimeter since the

SunStone Orders Third Expedition Ship from China

3D rendering of an Infinity class ship (Image: SunStone Ships)

SunStone Ships, Inc. announced it has finalized an agreement with shipbuilder China Merchants

Environmental

Port of Dunkerque Obtains EcoPorts’ Environmental Standard (PERS)

Photo: EcoPorts

ESPO congratulates Port of Dunkerque (France) for obtaining for the first time EcoPorts’

Accelerating Antarctic Thaw Speeds Sea Level Rise

An accelerating thaw of Antarctica has pushed up world sea levels by almost a centimeter since the early 1990s in a risk for coasts from Pacific islands to Florida

Spill Prevention & Response: Old Lessons, New Challenges

Credit: and paid for by Sea-Machines

Emerging spill response trends fit into two big categories: technology and a combination of

Maritime Apps