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  • For the first time in its history, marine scientists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) and Duke University have begun monitoring surface water quality in the Neuse River with the assistance of the Neuse River and its North Carolina Department of Transportation staff.

    The effort, which will be called Ferry- Mon, is expected to become a model for ferry-based water quality monitoring throughout the U.S. Co-directed by Drs.

    Hans Paerl and Joseph S. Ramus, professors at the UNC-CH and Duke marine laboratories in Morehead City and Beaufort, respectively and project co-directors, will expand their monitoring to the Swan Quarter-Ocracoke and Cedar Island-Ocracoke ferries next spring.

    The goals of this program consist of learning how excessive naturally produced nutrients and those resulting from agriculture, industry, municipalities and domestic sources affect the environment and providing information needed for long-term water quality management.

    In order to properly implement the system, Ramus and Paerl consulted with colleagues in Finland, where a comparable monitoring system already is operating.

    The Finns coerced the two, who commenced work on the N.C. version three years before last year's disastrous effects of Hurricane Floyd, which prompted the state's financial support.

    The FerryMon equipment, which is reportedly one of the most sophisticated in the world, was constructed at EndecoYSI of Marion, Mass. According to Paerl, one of the product's major advantages is its cost savings, which results from its placement aboard the ferries.

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  • Northrop Grumman Corporation said that aircraft carrier, Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), returned to the Newport News sector following successful completion of initial sea trials — deeming that Reagan's two nuclear propulsion plants and their operators are fully mission capable. Adm. Frank L. "Skip" Bowman

  • The Navy's newest and most sophisticated nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), was commissioned July 12, 2003 at the Norfolk Naval Station in Norfolk, Va. Named after America's 40th president, Reagan is the ninth Nimitz-class aircraft carrier built by Northrop Grumman Newport

  • Co., vice president and manager of traffic and personnel. The board of governors for the club, in addition to the above officers, will be: Ronald A. Bennett, St. Louis Ship; Capt. David R. Carlton, Federal Barge Lines, Inc.; Charles A. Newton, Economy Boat Store Co.; William M. Gardner,

  • Ronald C. Olander has been named manager of boat maintenance for Union Mechling Corporation, a subsidiary of Dravo Corporation. Mr. Olander, who has more than 20 years' experience with Dravo, was formerly planning engineer with Union Mechling. A graduate of Webb Institute of Naval Architecture

  • Ronald L. Gaylord has been named director of the general sales force of the American-Standard Power and Controls Group, headquartered in Dearborn, Mich., according to H.J. McBride, vice president of the Group. He was formerly field sales manager of the organization. The general sales force, also head

  • Assistant Secretary for Maritime Affairs Samuel B. Nemirow has announced the appointment of Ronald L. Stone to the newly created post of Deputy Assistant Administrator for Maritime Aids (Trade). Mr. Stone will serve as the Assistant Administrator for Maritime Aids' principal advisor on commercial

  • Ronald A. Rossway has been named vice president of Twin City Shipyard, Inc. (TCS), St. Paul, Minn., according to an announcement by the company's president John Buursema. Mr. Rossway formerly served as director of engineering for Twin City Shipyard a f t e r the company initiated a facilities

  • , to further honor Mr. Mende, the society's headquarters in Jersey City, N.J., was named the Robert G. Mende Building. In making the presentation, Ronald K. Kiss, SNAME president, said, "He has guided the society with loyalty, strength, efficiency and total dedication through a period of great change

  • Towboats," by Fred A. Prahl III An afternoon panel discussion on "Future Outlook of Fuel" will be chaired by C.J. Santavicca. Panelists will include Ronald E. Brown, Steven Mulvaney, and Roger E. VanDuzer. For additional information or advance registration, contact Thomas Mackey of Hyde Products, (216)

  • Selby, Battersby & Co. of Philadelphia, Pa., recently appointed Ronald P. Fendrick as president and chief executive officer. Mr. Fendrick is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and attended graduate school there. He has an extensive background in purchasing at the

  • The appointment of John T. Lehman as naval architect/projects manager for Bultema Marine Transportation Inc., has been announced by Ronald G. Bublick, vice president. A subsidiary of The Canonie Companies, Inc., which was named the largest excavation and foundation specialty contractor in the

  • MT May-19#58 Products Beacons, Flashers, Trackers
Beacons, Flashers &)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    Products Beacons, Flashers, Trackers Beacons, Flashers & Trackers: Products to Promote Safety at Sea By Tom Mulligan L3 Technologies, together with So- tracking and communications with up to The Oculus M750d is a general-pur- nardyne, will offer 6G-enabled capabil- 10 AUVs at the same time. pose dual-freque

  • MN Apr-19#55  of the future.” 
said  Ronald Baczkowski, Chief Ex-
ecutive)
    April 2019 - Marine News page: 55

    have every con? dence that our team will produce the platform to most effec- tively implement NOAA’s current mission and missions of the future.” said Ronald Baczkowski, Chief Ex- ecutive Of? cer of VT Halter Marine. Marad Announces Small Ship- yard Grant Program Deadlines Under the Small Shipyard Grant

  • MN Apr-19#41  Marine 
President and CEO Ronald Baczkowski called the)
    April 2019 - Marine News page: 41

    experts Bennie Curry, Anthony Krebs, and Ron Arnold. Arnold now runs the facility. When it was fully up and running, VT Halter Marine President and CEO Ronald Baczkowski called the new fa- cility, “a game-changer.” Pryor agrees, explaining, “There are three aspects to the facility that Ron is referring to

  • MN Aug-18#88 MN
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    August 2018 - Marine News page: 88

    MN Environmental / Response / SalvageEnvironmental / Response / SalvageEnvironmental / Response / Salvage 100 THE COMPANY: ? rm’s core businesses includes Emergency Response. This Resolve Marine Group began in 1980 as a one-tug op- commitment is re? ected through the investment the ? rm eration after

  • MN Jul-18#33 use of digital navigation aids. Crews lacking the compe-)
    July 2018 - Marine News page: 33

    use of digital navigation aids. Crews lacking the compe- With the availability of internet access aboard vessels, tence to properly operate equipment can provide a basis mariners may have more up-to-date information in devel- for a vessel to be found unseaworthy, leading to liability oping passage plans.

  • MN Jul-18#32 COLUMN LEGAL
The Legal Rami?  cations of the 
Marine)
    July 2018 - Marine News page: 32

    COLUMN LEGAL The Legal Rami? cations of the Marine Industry in the Digital Age An overdue, but essential primer on technology and its impact on the waterfront. By David James and Marianne Laine The digital revolu- a lawsuit would, in the past, present their case by offering tion has changed the witness

  • MR Apr-18#54  concluded. The great debate As Ronald  gic approach to vessel)
    April 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 54

    , he empowering staff to take a more strate- ways of enhancing the value propo- well-trained crews on board who can concluded. The great debate As Ronald gic approach to vessel operation. sition for the end customer. Satellite respond quickly to any technical issue. Spithout, president of the maritime

  • MR Feb-18#70  positions will report to the  Ronald Tan Lian Huat.
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    February 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 70

    the retirement of long-serving CEO Global Logistic Group) board of direc- E-navigation specialist NAVTOR ap- trading. Both positions will report to the Ronald Tan Lian Huat. tors in Duqm/Oman. Prior to his role at pointed Anders Holme for the role of COO. ODC, Said was providing leadership and Chief Technology

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    November 2017 - Marine News page: 94

    ech file T The Digital Voyage – ‘Onboarding’ Shipping to the Digital Age t Nor-Shipping this year, Akzonobel announced The Digital Revolution De? ned the of? cial launch of its ‘Digital Voyage’ strategy. A useful place to start is to quantify what exactly the A This program builds on the foundations

  • MT Sep-17#11  (GEO) 
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    September 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 11

    2017 When ..............................................October 23-27, 2017 Who ........................Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Where............Ronald Reagan Center, Washington, D.C. Web ...........www.earthobservations.org/geoweek2017 The Photo One of the fascinating aspects of viewing Earth at

  • MR Jun-17#34  (CVN 70) operate with the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike)
    June 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    COST? BY EDWARD LUNDQUIST SEA OF JAPAN - The Carl Vinson Carrier Strike Group, including the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) operate with the Ronald Reagan Carrier Strike Group and the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force ships (JS) Hyuga (DDH 181) and JS Ashigara (DDG 178) in the western Paci?

  • MR May-17#86 , Mexico,  son executives: Ronald J. Forest and  Stockholm)
    May 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 86

    other senior Mat- on the Turku, Finland – Åland Islands– appointed Ioannis “John” Kartsonas as a tomers across the U.S., Canada, Mexico, son executives: Ronald J. Forest and Stockholm, Sweden route. Passenger member of its board of directors, effec- Central America and the Caribbean. John P. Lauer. Forest

  • MR May-17#12 GOVERNMENT UPDATE
Biofouling Keep Out!
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    May 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    GOVERNMENT UPDATE Biofouling Keep Out! Biofouling was a backburner issue until 5 March 2017. On that day the Gov- ernment of New Zealand ordered the bulk carrier DL MARIGOLD out of NZ waters after the vessel’s hull was determined to be excessively fouled with po- tentially invasive organisms including

  • MR Apr-17#20 OPINION
CBP’S Lawful Jones Act Revocation
n 2009, the U.S.)
    April 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    OPINION CBP’S Lawful Jones Act Revocation n 2009, the U.S. offshore marine This lawful revocation notice called Typically followed by a thirty-day sector received a long over-due in- for reinstatement of proper enforcement opportunity for public comment and a dication that the U.S. Customs and of the

  • MR Apr-17#17 In the past, I have been asked to review  Engine room not)
    April 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    In the past, I have been asked to review Engine room not properly sealed system has been limited by excessive for a single discharge into a protected the ? re? ghting procedures used aboard prior to release: The extinguishing leakage of gas through open or im- space.” vessels in a post ? re reviews.

  • MN Apr-17#27 required to comply with the TSMS 
option. Reports created)
    April 2017 - Marine News page: 27

    required to comply with the TSMS option. Reports created by the Coast Guard as part of a marine casualty in- vestigation are protected by Title 46 of the United States Code. Notwithstanding any other provi- sion of law, no part of a report of a marine casualty investigation con- ducted under section

  • MR Mar-17#20  aircraft carrier USS 
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    March 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    U.S. Navy: Force of the Future Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) works with Military Sealift Command (MSC) am- munition ship USNS Flint (T-AE 32) as the aircraft carrier unloads all of her weapons signaling the beginning of the end of the carriers surge de- ployment. Ronald

  • MP Q1-17#25 Photos: Information Services Department of Hong Kong SAR)
    Jan/Feb 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 25

    Photos: Information Services Department of Hong Kong SAR Government it comes to bee? ng up berths to support the new post-Panama reach cranes. Those improvements continue at a breakneck pace because Hong Kong’s chief advantages leverage not only its naturally deep harbors and centrally located geography

  • MR Feb-16#36  marine  greater value,” said Ronald Spithout, 
fuel ef?  ciency)
    February 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    ? ciently, Se- two minutes. As they are continuously rafeim said that changes ashore, among company providing Big Data for marine greater value,” said Ronald Spithout, fuel ef? ciency,” said Daniel J. Jacobsen, President Inmarsat Maritime. sending up more satellites, maybe in the shipowners, are needed

  • MR Dec-16#8 MARITIMEPROFESSIONAL.COM
Laudable Logistics
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    December 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    MARITIMEPROFESSIONAL.COM Laudable Logistics Happy Holidays from Hong Kong About the Author Hong Kong’s impressive logistics hub(s) set to get Joseph Keefe is the lead commenta- tor of MaritimeProfessional.com. Ad- even better. A local look at all of it from the sixth ditionally, he is Editor of both

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    December 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    it may be premature to conjure memories our various media outlets serving the global maritime, naval, Scandinavia Roland Persson roland@orn.nu of the “Ronald Reagan 600-Ship Navy,” it is safe to assume offshore and subsea sectors. Orn Marketing AB, Box 184 , S-271 24 Ystad, Sweden that emphasis and

  • MR Nov-16#8 EDITORIAL
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    November 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

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  • MR May-16#16 LEGAL BEAT
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    May 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 16

    LEGAL BEAT The U.S. Election Evaluating the Rami? cations for Maritime proverb common to both try to in? uence and change Iranian be- port for the end of the embargo, while Greek and Turkish cultures havior.” These statements demonstrate characteristically noting that he would states that a wolf may

  • MN Nov-16#32 LEGAL
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    November 2016 - Marine News page: 32

    LEGAL will apply the selected state law to evaluate the terms of the Forum selection clauses should also be analyzed to de- agreement. There is always the chance of an unintended termine if the agreement is selecting a forum that is fair consequence based upon the application of a state’s law to both