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June 2012Authors in this edition Authors in this edition Lukas Brun is a senior research analyst at the Duke University Center on Globalization, Gover- nance & Competitiveness (CGGC). Dr. Odd Ketil An- dersen is a marine biologist with 30 years of experience in environmen- tal science and entrepre-neurship. He was Head of Research at the Interna- tional Research Institute of Stavanger (IRIS) for 17 years. Kathleen Gleaves is a freelance writer and runs an emergency management consulting Þ rm in the Se- attle area. Vol. 55 No. 5 ISSN 1559-7415USPS# 023-276118 East 25th Street, New York, NY 10010 tel: (212) 477-6700; fax: (212) 254-6271Marine Technology Reporter ISSN 1559-7415 is published monthly except for February, August, and December by New Wave Media, 118 E. 25th St., New York, NY 10010-2915. Periodicals Postage at New York, NY and additional mailing ofÞ ces. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to MARINE TECHNOLOGY REPORTER, 118 E. 25th St., New York, NY 10010-2915. Postmaster send notiÞ cation (Form 3579) regarding undeliverable magazines to Marine Technology Reporter, 118 East 25th Street, New York, NY 10010. Publishers are not responsible for the safekeeping or return of editorial material. ©2012 New Wave Media. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written permission of the publishers. Subscription: To subscribe please visit 28Gleaves ContentsVolume 55  Number 5 Interview: Scott Gartshore Interview: Scott Gartshore Marine Technology Reporter recently was afforded the opportu- nity to pick the brain of Scott Gartshore, Pharos Offshore Group Ltd.?s new Chief Technology Of Þ cer, to discuss emerging market trends and Pharos Offshore?s future. by Greg Trauthwein, Editor & Associate Publisher Real-Time Environmental Monitoring Real-Time Environmental Monitoring In the last 20 years, environmental monitoring in the sea has developed from classical analysis of biodiversity and chemical composition, to biomarkers and diagnostic methods of measuring the health status of individuals. There is now a renewed focus on real-time environmental monitoring. New methods are required based on the need for interactive environmental control. The offshore industry in Norway has been one of the driving forces. by Kirsten Redmond and Odd Ketil Andersen, BiotaTools Case StudiesCase StudiesARIS Sonar Systems offers clearer details to the Environment Agency (p. 50) Smart ROV Tools help guard the environment (p. 51) Silence is Golden [@ MARIN?s new silent towing carriage] especially underwater (p. 52) Unique Maritime Group helps in giving heavy loads a lift (p. 53) People People OBIT: Keith Field, President, Flange Skillets Optech Completes Field Trials for Bathy System Channel Technology Group Names Douville VP of Manufacturing Retiring USN EOD Expert [Fleming] Joins VideoRay McCarthy Joins Seabed Technologies ... & more Products Products EvoLogic?s Special Edition Underwater Acoustic Modem OSIL?s New Tern Buoy New Torpedo Range Record Set by SeaHake Sonardyne tapped to Protect Middle East Facility ... & more58MemberJune 20124 MTRMTR #5 (1-17).indd 4MTR #5 (1-17).indd 46/1/2012 1:57:17 PM6/1/2012 1:57:17 PM

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