RDSEA supports and assists AMBIDADOS and the Oceanographic Institute, Univ. of Sao Paulo (IOUSP), in the deployment of Brazil’s first “home-grown” buoy system (ATLAS-B) in the Atlantic. With a fiberglass toroid donated by NOAA-PMEL (Seattle, WA) and systems integration by AMBIDADOS, a successful deployment was conducted from R/V ALPHA CRUSIS (formerly MOANA WAVE of […]
Three publications this spring. See the links below on our recent projects.
Happy New Year Everyone! As RDSEA’s 10th Anniversary Year comes to a close we thank all of our friends and colleagues on all projects for their support and a very successful and rewarding 2012. RDSEA was proud to see and hear about one of our buoy systems deployed on a new project in the Andaman […]
RDSEA to support and assist the Oceanographic Institute of the University of Sao Paulo (IOUSP) efforts in the western Subtropical South Atlantic Ocean. An important component of the Brazilian observational program is the PIRATA Project, which has been monitoring the Tropical Atlantic for more than a decade, in cooperation with France and the United States. […]
RDSEA attends 2012 IOOS Summit: Ocean observing has come a long way since the Ocean Sciences Decadal Committee met over a decade ago. Since then, our use of the ocean and coast and their vast resources has increased substantially – with increased shipping, fishing, offshore energy development and recreational boating. That increased use has also […]
RDSEA teams with Olin Hydrographic Solutions of Miami, FL
Acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCP) deployed in 8~m depth offshore Sebastian Inlet State Park, Brevard County, Florida have recorded frequent summer cold water upwelling events.
RDSEA recently returned from a very successful research cruise in the Indian Ocean as part of the RAMA Program (Indian Ocean Observing System: “IndOOS”)
The 9th biannual ONR/MTS Buoy Workshop was recently held in early March, 2012 in the beautiful city of Victoria, capital of the Province of British Columbia, Canada. President Rick Cole, RDSEA co-chaired the workshop. Nearly one hundred attendees from around the world who are engaged in “buoy technology and engineering” attended and presented talks that made the workshop a huge success. This was the first ONR/MTS buoy technology meeting outside of US, just over the border from Seattle, WA.
EGS Metocean Sound Sciences was recently awarded a contract in the Indonesian outer islands (Karimun) to conduct a waves and currents study in parallel to a full site survey of the area as part of a large “reclamation” project.