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The 38th Data Buoy Cooperation Panel (DBCP) Meeting, Geneva, Switzerland, Oct. 2022.

The 38th meeting of the DBCP, Geneva, Switzerland, Oct. 2022.  Helping Meteorologists and Oceanographers worldwide.  The Data Buoy Cooperation Panel (DBCP) is an international program coordinating the use of autonomous data buoys to observe atmospheric and oceanographic conditions, over ocean areas where few other measurements are taken.  Improving global forecasts of weather and ocean conditions.  […]

The 14th Biennial MTS Buoy Workshop, 2022, Wilmington, NC, UNCW is Host.

After a nearly 3-year delay due to the pandemic, the MTS 14th Biennial Buoy Workshop is officially down in the books after being on hiatus due to the pandemic. Approximately 140 buoy enthusiasts convened in Wilmington, North Carolina September 19-22 to network with other buoy and marine professionals and participate in two-and-a-half days of engaging […]

2022 MTS Buoy Workshop, Is On! Call for Speakers Now Out

ALSO!: AN OPPORTUNITY IN ADDITION TO THE CALL FOR WORKSHOP ABSTRACTS FOR INTERESTED PARTIES IS A CALL FOR PAPERS FOR A SPECIAL EDITION OF THE “MTS JOURNAL” NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2022 ISSUE – MANUSCRIPTS DUE JUNE 20, 2022: Advancements in Buoy Technology to Support Ocean Observations, Maritime Safety, and Environmental Characterization is a special issue of the MTS […]

RDSEA and Navocean Partner on New Coastal Ocean Observing Networks Plans

RDSEA is deployed globally and responds to the call from the “U.N. Decade of Ocean Science” in support of all efforts in ocean-health monitoring, mitigation, and the move towards sustainable development of Earth’s marine ecosystems.  In partnership with ASV provider Navocean (Seattle, WA) we aim to combine use of emerging Blue-Technologies and support efforts coastal […]

Success in the Caribbean, Costa Rica

RDSEA and Campbell Scientific Partner in the CaribbeanRDSEA International (St Pete Beach, FL) and Campbell Scientific; Centro Caribe (San Jose, Costa Rica) in collaboration have been awarded a contract with APM Terminals (Netherlands) for a MetOcean and EIS study of harbor and port expansion in Limon, Costa Rica. Full surveys, and a real-time data program […]

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