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Instrumentation: Measurement, Processing & Analysis

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Paul Devine earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Delaware (1993) and an MS Coastal and Oceanographic Engineering from the University of Florida (1996). Paul has utilized his extensive oceanographic knowledge and experience as a key member of Teledyne RD Instruments sales team since 1999. Email: p.18 Peer Fietzek has graduated in physics at the TU Darmstadt, Germany. He is currently in charge of the R&D department at CONTROS (CONTROS Systems & Solutions GmbH, Kiel) and a PhD student at the chemical oceanography department of the GEOMAR (GEOMAR|Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel). His scientiÞ c interest is in optical underwater sensors mainly for the measurement of dissolved gases. EMail: p.Þ p.18 Rick Cole manages RDSEA International, Inc., a private oceanographic and ocean engineering consulting Þ rm based in St Pete Beach, Fla. RDSEA is also a government contractor and supplies support to NOAA, NOAA- PORTS and multinational agencies. p.26Patricia Keefe is a Freelance writer and editor with more than 25 years? experience covering marine and high technology and its application to business problems. p.33Devine Authors in this edition Authors in this edition FietzekColeOn the CoverOn the CoverURI students, technicians and scientists launch the remotely operated vehicle ?Hercules? into the Black Sea to study the geology of the seaß oor. This is part of a special 16-page supplment on Rhode Island, starting on page 33.Credit: University of Rhode Island Keefe March 2013 MTR #2 (1-17).indd 6MTR #2 (1-17).indd 63/7/2013 1:04:13 PM3/7/2013 1:04:13 PM

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