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 […]
RDSEA supports the Tampa Bay Physical Real-Timie System (PORTS) by installing a new waves buoy system at the enterance to Egmont Channel, Tampa Bay. On June 5th, a new Datawell Waverider Mk II wave monitoring buoy was deployed on the Tampa Bay PORTS system. Wave height, period and direction along with sea-surface temperature will be […]
RDSEA supports Moss Landing Marine Laboratories in Hawaii, May, 2015. The Marine Optical BuoY (MOBY) is a NOAA funded project to provide vicarious calibration of ocean color satellites (SeaWiFS and MODIS). MOBY is an autonomous optical buoy which is moored off the island of Lanai in Hawaii. The system was designed for measuring sunlight incident […]
2015 IEEE Currents, Waves and Turbulence Measurement Workshop; St Petersburg, FL “Quality from End to End“ In today’s world, there have been many changes in the science and technology of current, waves and turbulence measurement. Sensors are linked to real-time data telemetry, QA, archiving, processing, and distribution systems and what happens to data in these […]
RDSEA International, Inc. and Olin Hydrographic Solutions (Miami, FL) recently complete an oceanographic assessment and survey for a new platform production facility to be installed in Cook Inlet, AK for Furie Alaska and Crowley Marine. Furie is presently drilling both exploration and development wells with a jack-up rig in the Cook Inlet region. A platform, […]
10th Bi-Annual ONR/MTS Buoy Workshop
As part of our publication series for 2013, our seventh publication on the year was a small focus on “Data”, the real reason for making ocean measurements in the first place. We thank TSC (publisher) and the ECO Journal for accepting our submittal for the Nov/Dec. edition. Monitoring our oceans, bays, estuaries and rivers takes […]
RDSEA has recently been engaged by the Seafloor Massive Sulfide (SMS) exploration community (i.e. Deep Sea Mining).
President and COO Rick Cole will update on recent activities in the Atlantic Ocean on the PIRATA Program that Brazil’s climate monitoring community is developing.
RDSEA welcomes everyone to the “2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season”, an event in the annual cycle of tropical cyclone formation. The season officially started on June 1st and will end on November 30th. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical cyclones form in the Atlantic basin. However, the formation of tropical cyclones is […]