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  • Turner Designs developed a chlorophyll sensor that uses a red excitation light source to detect algal fluorescence for estimating algal abundance. According to Turner, the sensor is ideal for environments rich in DOM and blue-green algae. Because DOM doesn’t absorb red excitation energy, but algae do, red excitation fluorimetry provides fluorescence detection free from interference errors caused by DOM. Studies done with both blue and red excitation chlorophyll sensors showed at least a 16% overestimation of the actual chlorophyll concentration when using the blue excitation sensor and not applying a correction, whereas the red excitation sensor needed no correction. This new red excitation chlorophyll sensor is available as a single sensor in our Cyclops-7 Submersible Sensor family or as one of three sensors on the C3 Submersible Fluorometer. Standard optical kits are available for detecting: in vivo Chlorophyll (blue or red excitation), Crude Oil, Refined Fuels, CDOM/FDOM (dissolved organic material), Blue/Green Algae, Fluorescein Dye, Rhodamine Dye, PTSA Dye, Optical Brighteners, Tryptophan, and Turbidity.
    www.turnerdesigns.com
     

    (As published in the September 2014 edition of Marine Technology Reporter - http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/Magazine)

  • and conversion business, has fall en on harder times in recent years. The forces which have slowed the area's break-neck pace of expansion and dom- inance are not at all unfamiliar to ship- builders and repairers in the U.S. and Europe: rising land and labor costs, cor- porate consolidations

  • MT Sep-19#8  Micro-
R/V Nanuq Delivered 
Freedom 
The College of Fisheries)
    September 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    & Notable VideoRay wins Navy Deal RV Nanuq Armstrong Marine VideoRay Valeport on Oceaneering Planck Institute for Marine Micro- R/V Nanuq Delivered Freedom The College of Fisheries and Marine biology (MPI) on board the research ROV/AUV Science at the University of Alaska vessel Sonne were examining

  • MN Aug-19#6 . And, on the often male-dom-
inated rough and tumble)
    August 2019 - Marine News page: 6

    the maritime ‘year of the woman,’ then, the Cape May-Lewes Ferry stands out as a leader, certainly worthy of top 100 consideration. And, on the often male-dom- inated rough and tumble waterfront, it takes staying power to rise to the top. These deserving Cape May-Lewes Ferry employees certainly have checked

  • MR Jun-19#19 . Hence the research into  dom is the largest offshore)
    June 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    , though, prevents ? xed- capacity of 16.3 GW. The United King- lines. turbine connected to the grid. This was bottom turbines. Hence the research into dom is the largest offshore wind market Gary Norton is a Senior Renewable a DOE partnership with the University ? oating technology. The University of

  • MR Aug-18#55 , with others 
8m water depth.  dom Total Value Added) which)
    August 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 55

    length of 1,200m with launched the IKTVA program (In King- the increase the shipyard,s competitive- Royce, MTU and Sparrow, with others 8m water depth. dom Total Value Added) which is mainly ness in the gulf region by capitalizing under negotiation. By Hassan Abouraya The Jeddah yard offers two ? oating

  • MR Aug-18#32  down a bit, and on the domestic  century modern.”)
    August 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 32

    gathered on the of this fascinating business to the other. American; Koehler describes it as “mid- port wing of the Drilling down a bit, and on the domestic century modern.” Let’s go with that. NS Savannah. L to waterfront, there’s arguably no bigger That comes complete with gallons of ON POINT

  • MR Aug-17#60  that the IMO’s proposed 0.5%  dom readily available in the)
    August 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    Ktomer Support, Two Stroke Marine at MAN be possible to sell HFO? Desulfurization plant is sel- Diesel & Turbo, has said that the IMO’s proposed 0.5% dom readily available in the re? neries and there will be marine fuel sulfur content limit was not unexpected but the need to use up the leftover from

  • MT Jul-17#63  range, the company can provide DOM-
management systems and)
    July 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 63

    , robotic components and launch shore projects. Having acquired MacArtney’s and recovery systems. Its thrusters, tether EMO range, the company can provide DOM- management systems and buoyancy foam are INO-7 Mk II and NANO-MUX multiplexers used by other ROV manufacturers. in response to a growing demand for

  • MN Apr-17#24  situation from becoming even 
dom involves a minor incident)
    April 2017 - Marine News page: 24

    had acted responsibly and did the Perhaps not surprisingly, when things go sideways, it sel- best he could to prevent a bad situation from becoming even dom involves a minor incident. The following case study worse; in other words, a collision with the Southbound vessel demonstrates how a seemingly routine

  • MT Oct-16#40  for designers to know about 
dom. Floes can split; features)
    October 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 40

    View from the Top The fracture problem is the worst part. It’s very ran- Why is it important for designers to know about dom. Floes can split; features can break in half, bits can peel the mechanics of high-pressure zones in ice- off; there can be local fractures associated with high-pressure structure

  • MT Sep-16#62  affecting the ? ight dynam-
dom to reduce potential leak)
    September 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 62

    axial speed of a glider is an impor- windows and sensor zones, design free- design and manufacture of engineering tant quantity affecting the ? ight dynam- dom to reduce potential leak paths, low- systems developed for the harsh envi- ics of the glider, as well as the accuracy cost tooling and fast time to

  • MR Jun-16#30 , and has since grown to be the dom- ter is more than double)
    June 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 30

    to San At nearly 110,000 square feet, the cen- able for other cruise companies to train, Wquanti? es the growth in Juan, and has since grown to be the dom- ter is more than double the size of the provided they provide their own instruc- simulation in the maritime sector, with inate cruise company with

  • MN Jul-15#24  54.77’ depth at side. They can  dom used any more in newbuild)
    July 2015 - Marine News page: 24

    her sister have a nominal LOA of 655’, and barge exceeded a certain value – and that system is sel- with a 104.96’ beam and 54.77’ depth at side. They can dom used any more in newbuild, state-of-the-art AT/B’s.” The Domestic AT/B: By the Numbers Total U.S. Flag: 137Largest Fleet: 44 (Kirby)Number U.S. Operators:

  • MR May-15#59 ? ts on three of 
RCl’s Freedom Class ships and on one)
    May 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    . Three of these are PureSOx 2.0 sys- tems, the fourth being the ? rst test inline version of PureSOx. Deliveries include retro? ts on three of RCl’s Freedom Class ships and on one of the com- pany’s Voyager Class vessels. Freedom of the Seas (pictured), Independence of the Seas and Liberty of the Seas

  • MR Mar-15#72  early 2014. Delivered 
in these domains,” he said. In late)
    March 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 72

    have product releases during 2015-2016 Simulation for MOL Synergy board for power management and distri- (KPTI), Busan in early 2014. Delivered in these domains,” he said. In late October 2014, MOL Synergy bution, a switchboard for handling emer- by ARI Simulation, the virtual crane In addition he said

  • MT Sep-14#71  
for environments rich in DOM and blue-green algae. Because)
    September 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 71

    light source to detect algal fl uorescence for estimat- ing algal abundance. According to Turner, the sensor is ideal for environments rich in DOM and blue-green algae. Because DOM doesn’t ab- sorb red excitation energy, but algae do, red excitation fl uorimetry provides fl uorescence

  • MR Nov-15-77#17  Defense of the United King-
dom on a military hydrofoil)
    November 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    , protection of offshore resources, and search and rescue. BMS is presently con- ducting a study for the Ministry of Defense of the United King- dom on a military hydrofoil con- cept to perform offshore pro- tection missions as set forth in requirements by the Royal Navy. Stabilimenti Navali

  • MR Dec-15-78#16  to ports in the United King-
dom, Republic of Ireland, and)
    December 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 16

    Waterman a 20-year operating-differential subsidy agreement to operate the vessels on Trade Route 21 (U.S. Gulf ports to ports in the United King- dom, Republic of Ireland, and Continental Europe north of Por- tugal, including Scandinavian and Baltic ports and Soviet ports on the Barents Sea)

  • MR Dec-15-78#14  which operates 120 vessels 
in domestic and foreign service)
    December 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    to his duties as chief executive officer, will assume primary responsibil- ity for the company's Marine Di- vision, which operates 120 vessels in domestic and foreign service to the oil industry. The Marine Divi- sion has experienced rapid growth during the past year in both size and geographical

  • MR Sep-80#39  Ltd. is the United King-
dom)
    September 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    career employees of their respec- tive companies, and will bring many years of experience to their new positions. Seadrec Ltd. is the United King- dom's most experienced dredge designer, builder, and supplier of dredging equipment, and has ac- quired international recognition in these highly

  • MR Mar-15-81#46  America. The United King-
dom Royal Navy is presently)
    March 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 46

    the Sundra Strait. Other Boeing Jetfoils currently operate on commercial routes in Hong Kong, Japan, Europe, and South America. The United King- dom Royal Navy is presently eval- uating a Jetfoil derivative for pa- trol missions in the North Sea. Barnett And Hulcher Elected Vice Presidents

  • MR Apr-81#30  of Hitachi Zosen for King-
dom Company S.A., Panama. This)
    April 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 30

    as a deck officer. The 133,361-dwt bulk carrier World Dulce (shown above) was completed recently at the Ariake Works of Hitachi Zosen for King- dom Company S.A., Panama. This large-capacity bulker was devel- oped specifically to meet world industry's growing raw materials needs. Ore and coal

  • MR Apr-15-81#5  technical elements, but it is 
dominated by psychological)
    April 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 5

    problem is a failure to make "security calls" before proceeding around blind bends. The problem involves some technical elements, but it is dominated by psychological, so- ciological and institutional com- ponents. "Of Computers and Ships" by C.S. Carney, Nav-Com Incorpo- rated. Synopsis—Ine

  • MR Jun-15-81#22  
until March 1981. He will be dom-
iciled in Eller)
    June 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 22

    . Dangerfield joined Street Brothers in Charleston, S.C., in the capacity of secretary- treasurer and held that position until March 1981. He will be dom- iciled in Eller's Charleston office, and will coordinate the company's South Atlantic traffic activities. BIW Awarded $247-Million Navy Contract

  • MR Apr-14#10  Imports of dry bulk commodities dom-inate the trade by accounting)
    April 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    has now more than doubled its imports from 1 billion metric tons in 2008 to 2.1 billion metric tons in just Þ ve years. Imports of dry bulk commodities dom-inate the trade by accounting for 74% in 2013. Led by iron ore, which accounts for 39%, the scope of imports become larger and wider every day. ?The