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Ocean Observation: Gliders, buoys & sub surface monitoring networks

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ContentsVolume 55  Number 8 October 2012First Person 44 Jamie HannaMeet the new 55-ft. lobster/research vessel. by Chip Ryther, Chris Wright & Eli Perrone 443220Photo Credit: BMT Subsea Defense14 Changing of the GuardThe government is changing; are you ready?by Kevin Ruelas Marine Forensics 20 After the Storm Metocean data is an increasingly important investigation tool. by Jeroen De Haas & Han Wensink Offshore38 Cabling ChoicesSaving space, weight & increasing safety with the right Mark Casselton Surveillance 32 Networking Autonomy Challenges to connect air, surface and subsea autonomous systems. by Philip A. McGillivary, João Borges de Sousa & Ricardo Martins New England40 Gloucester Steps Up Setting its sights on expanded subsea biz. by Rhonda Moniz October 20122 MTRMTR #8 (1-17).indd 2MTR #8 (1-17).indd 210/3/2012 4:09:27 PM10/3/2012 4:09:27 PM

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