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  • Rapp Hydema provided Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) a CTD winch for its new research vessel R/V Alucia, which is being managed and financed by Beta Maritime.  Rapp’s TBW-520E-T90 winch accommodates 7,000m of .322 Rochester Fiber-Optic cable, plus 100 ft. of 2.25-in. synthetic tether.  It has Active Heave Compensation (AHC) set for optimal use at 3000m of deployed line.   Rapp’s unit is compliant with UNOLS’ Research Vessels Safety Standard Appendix B:  Overboard Handling Systems Design Standard, a rigorous requirement that is only now in the process of implementation fleet-wide.  The Rapp winch develops five tons of line pull in Speed Step 1, on the bare drum, while retrieving at 60m/min. 
    Despite the presence of Active Heave Compensation, the Rapp winch has a power requirement of 70 kW with 3000m of line deployed.  Rapp’s electrically-driven, electronically-synchronized T90 level wind—popular in various other research vessel applications—is also used.  
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    (As published in the October 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)

  • sampling methods fail to identify fine-scale distributions while accounting for changes in environmental gradients. Now, a group of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) researchers and engineers have developed an innovative new system for sampling small planktonic larvae in coastal ocean waters

  • A-size profiling float, the Air Launched Autonomous Micro-Observer (ALAMO). MRV works with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution as suppliers to the international Argo Program, under the auspices of the United Nations. Today, the MRV flagship product S2-A constitutes

  • oceanographic research vessel, the R/V Neil Armstrong (AGOR 27), has completed acceptance trials, and the U.S. Navy turned the ship over to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) on Sept. 23, which will operate the vessel as part of the U.S. Academic Research Fleet (ARF). “The U.S. Navy is proud to support

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  • Office of Naval Research (ONR), the two vessels, designated AGOR 27 and AGOR 28, are expected to deliver in late 2014 and early 2015. The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution will manage AGOR 27, while the Scripps Institution of Oceanography will manage AGOR 28 under charter party agreements with ONR. Information

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  • Klunder, declared it a “magnificent vessel” that was “made and designed for the future.”  Dr. Susan Avery, President and Director of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) assured Mrs. Armstrong that her “husband’s legacy lives on in his namesake ship.”  She described the ship as a “high-tech marvel”

  • , Jim Defour, was a 30-year member of Scripps’ Instrument Development Group (IDG). Defour’s team, led by Dr. Russ Davis, collaborated with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution to develop the floats now used in the international Argo network. (Argo is a global array of roughly 3,600 free-drifting, vertical profiling

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