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E.g., 2023-01-26
E.g., 2023-01-26
E.g., 2023-01-26
Nocus Light Technologies Today
Aug. 10, 2021
The uncrewed, autonomous, Saildrone Surveyor recently completed a groundbreaking maiden voyage from San Francisco to Honolulu. 
Physics Today
Aug. 1, 2021
Larry Mayer, a member of the SCICEX (Submarine Arctic Science Program) advisory science committee, explains why it's necessary to map the ocean floor and how civilian-military cooperation can contribute. 
Al Jazeera
Jul. 14, 2021
During its trip from England to the United States, the Mayflower Autonomous Ship will test advanced navigation and decision-making capabilities.
Hydro International
Jul. 13, 2021
The uncrewed, autonomous Saildrone Surveyor has arrived in Hawaii after a groundbreaking maiden voyage from San Francisco to Honolulu.
Movs.World
Jul. 12, 2021
The autonomous and unmanned Saildrone Surveyor arrived in Hawaii after a groundbreaking maiden voyage from San Francisco to Honolulu with the goal of conducting long-duration, unmanned ocean mapping operations.
Zolal News
Jul. 11, 2021
The Saildrone Surveyor successfully proved its mapping capabilities across a maiden voyage between San Francisco and Hawaii.
Wonderful Engineering
Jul. 10, 2021
The Saildrone Surveyor successfully proved its mapping capabilities across a maiden voyage between San Francisco and Hawaii.
Star Advertiser
Jul. 9, 2021
The Saildrone Surveyor — a remote-operated, autonomous vehicle that looks like a sailboat — successfully completed its maiden voyage from San Francisco to Honolulu on Thursday afternoon.
Seapower Magazine
Jul. 9, 2021
The uncrewed, autonomous, Saildrone Surveyor arrived in Hawaii July 8 after a groundbreaking first voyage from San Francisco to Honolulu, Saildrone Inc. said in a release.  
New Atlas
Jul. 8, 2021
The Saildrone Surveyor has just successfully proved its mapping capabilities on its maiden voyage between San Francisco and Hawaii.
Cision
Jul. 8, 2021
The uncrewed, autonomous, Saildrone Surveyor will arrive in Hawaii today after a groundbreaking maiden voyage from San Francisco to Honolulu. 
UNH Today
Jun. 23, 2021
Name announced for new seafaring research vessel co-operated by CCOM.
NOAA Office of Coast Survey Biweekly Newsletter
Jun. 23, 2021
The CCOM ASV team is part of a collaborative effort to map portions of Thunder Bay in Lake Huron.
The Alpena News
Jun. 11, 2021
Autonomous surface vessel (ASV) BEN is in Rogers City this month for lake floor mapping.
Rochester School News
May. 12, 2021
Fourth and fifth-grade students at Maple Street Magnet School will represent the Seacoast SeaPerch Program in the 2021 International SeaPerch Challenge.
The Alpena News
Apr. 28, 2021
CCOM researchers will return to Lake Huron this summer with a mission to map the bottom of the lake.
Eurasia Review
Apr. 26, 2021
CCOM researchers, led by Jenn Dijsktra, have discovered that when it comes to climate change not all deep-sea corals and sponges are affected the same and some could be threatened if average ocean temperatures continue to increase in the deep sea of the Northwest Atlantic.
UNH Today
Apr. 26, 2021
A successful maiden voyage of the Saildrone Surveyor from San Francisco to Hawaii will mark a quantam leap in ocean mapping. The environmentally-friendly, crewless vessel will use CCOM-developed software to collect data and compress it for transmission to researchers back on shore.
Granite Geek
Apr. 26, 2021
The Saildrone Surveyor, a 72-foot uncrewed vessel, will make its maiden voyage from San Francisco to Hawaii this spring, collecting environmental data and mapping the ocean floor along the way using software developed by CCOM researchers.
UNH Today
Apr. 22, 2021
A study led by CCOM research assistant professor Jenn Dijkstra concluded that foundational species of deep-sea corals and sponges are affected by climate change differently and some are threatened by rising ocean temperatures.
The Guardian
Apr. 17, 2021
A new software tool, Manta (Making Ambient Noise Trends Accessible), developed by an international team of experts led by CCOM research professor Miksis-Olds, will standardise ocean sound recording data which can be used to compare "normal" ocean sounds with the hush caused by the lessening of human-created ocean noise.
EurekaAlert!
Apr. 12, 2021
An international development team, led by CCOM research professor Jen Miksis-Olds, has released a user-friendly software program  created to process sound data collected from the world's oceans in a more standardized format that will enhance research and collaboration and help understand the global sea soundscape dynamics, including the impact of COVID-19 when travel and economic slowdowns put a halt to human activities in the ocean.
BBC
Apr. 9, 2021
CCOM Research Professor Jen Miksis-Olds is one of the ocean scientists around the world who are studying the "unique moment" of quiet created by the pandemic.
Granite Geek
Apr. 8, 2021
An international development team, led by Jen Miksis-Olds, has created MANTA (Making Ambient Noise Trends Accessible) Software to process sound data collected from the world’s oceans and help researchers understand the global sea soundscape dynamics, including the impact of COVID-19 when travel and economic slowdowns put a halt to human activities in the ocean. MANTA will be used to look at the effects of COVID-19 when human activities in the ocean, like shipping, fishing and recreational crafts essentially stopped, creating a unique opportunity for a time-series study of the impacts of sound on ocean soundscapes and marine life.
UNH Today
Apr. 8, 2021
New software, developed by an international team led by CCOM research professors Jenn Miksis-Olds and Tony Lyons, will help build a global repository of ocean sounds. The data will be used to compare the "usual" noise of the ocean with the sudden quiet that came from human activities being curtailed during the pandemic.

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