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ISE Explorer AUVs to Map Arctic Seabed

Posted to Subsea (by Chuck Bunton) on October 21, 2009

International Submarine Engineering (ISE) handed over two Explorer Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) to Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). The vehicles will be deployed to the high Arctic next year to map the seabed in support of Canada’s…

Diverse Submarine Force

Posted to Subsea (by Chuck Bunton) on October 19, 2009

Joint Chiefs Chairman Admiral Mullen told congressional lawmakers that he thought it was time to end the ban against women on submarines. “Having commanded a mixed gender surface combatant, I am very comfortable addressing integrating women into the submarine force.

Eye Of The Sea – World’s First Live Underwater Webcam

Posted to Subsea (by Chuck Bunton) on October 14, 2009

The first deep-sea webcam was successfully installed on the floor of California’s Monterey Bay earlier this year. The Eye-in-the-Sea camera will allow marine researchers and scientists to unobtrusively observe organisms in the deep ocean, some for the first time.

Ocean Observatories Initiative Gets Underway

Posted to Subsea (by Chuck Bunton) on October 12, 2009

Giving scientists never-before-seen views of the world's oceans, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Consortium for Ocean Leadership (COL) have signed a Cooperative Agreement that supports the construction and initial operation of the Ocean Observatories Initiative (OOI).

Cable Laying Ops Begin on Trans Bay Cable Project

Posted to Subsea (by Chuck Bunton) on October 8, 2009

Trans Bay Cable (TBC) is an energy transmission infrastructure project designed to provide additional energy to the City of San Francisco. TBC consists of an approximately 53 mile long transmission line buried under San Francisco Bay to transfer…
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