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Interesting Engineering
Apr. 20, 2023
CCOM Director Larry Mayer comments on a new catalog of seamount maps that could aid in studies of ecology, plate tectonics, and ocean mixing.
Science
Apr. 19, 2023
CCOM Director Larry Mayer comments on a new catalog of seamount maps that could aid in studies of ecology, plate tectonics, and ocean mixing.
Astrobiology
Apr. 2, 2023
The Saildrone Surveyor, the world’s largest uncrewed ocean mapping vehicle, completed a months-long survey around Alaska’s Aleutian Islands and off the coast of California, surveying more than 45,000 square kilometers of previously unknown ocean floor to address ocean exploration gaps in remote areas with uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs).
Catalyst
Mar. 17, 2023
The Saildrone Surveyor – the world’s largest unmanned ocean mapping vehicle – set sail from company headquarters in Alameda, California, in June 2022. It recently returned after mapping 4,739 square nautical miles of unknown seafloor around the Aleutian Islands.
The Alpena News
Mar. 13, 2023
Former Alpena News publisher Bill Speer recalls the establishment of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and the discovery of the Ironton.
Inceptive Mind
Mar. 9, 2023
The Saildrone Surveyor, the world’s largest uncrewed ocean mapping vehicle, has completed a months-long survey around Alaska’s Aleutian Islands and off the coast of California. The Saildrone surveyed more than 45,000 square kilometers of the previously unknown ocean floor to address ocean exploration gaps in remote areas with uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs).
Inceptive Mind
Mar. 9, 2023
The Saildrone Surveyor, the world’s largest uncrewed ocean mapping vehicle, completed a months-long survey around Alaska’s Aleutian Islands and off the coast of California, surveying more than 45,000 square kilometers of previously unknown ocean floor to address ocean exploration gaps in remote areas with uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs).
New Atlas
Mar. 8, 2023
The Saildrone SD 1200 uncrewed surface vessel has successfully surveyed more than 45,000 square kilometers of previously unmapped ocean floor around the Aleutian Islands in Alaska and a region off the Californian coast.
Carriage Towne News
Mar. 8, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
ECO
Mar. 8, 2023
Saildrone Surveyor surveyed more than 45,000 square kilometers of previously unknown ocean floor around Alaska’s Aleutian Islands and off the California coast to address ocean exploration gaps in remote areas.
Ocean News
Mar. 7, 2023
The Saildrone Surveyor, the world’s largest uncrewed ocean mapping vehicle, has completed a months-long survey around Alaska’s Aleutian Islands and off the coast of California as part of a multi-agency public-private partnership funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) to address ocean exploration gaps in remote areas with uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs).
NHPR
Mar. 7, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
Fox Weather
Mar. 7, 2023
Researchers have recently explored uncharted territory off the coast of Alaska and California using Saildrone Surveyor, an uncrewed surface vehicle, that spent 52 days scanning 10,000 square miles of the Aleutian Islands alone. 
Seapower Magazine
Mar. 7, 2023
The Saildrone Surveyor, the world’s largest uncrewed ocean mapping vehicle, surveyed more than 45,000 km2 of previously unknown ocean floor around Alaska’s Aleutian Islands and off the California coast to address ocean exploration gaps in remote areas.
gCaptain
Mar. 7, 2023
The Saildrone Surveyor, the world’s largest uncrewed ocean mapping vehicle, surveyed more than 45,000 km2 of previously unknown ocean floor around Alaska’s Aleutian Islands and off the California coast to address ocean exploration gaps in remote areas.
WHDH 7 News
Mar. 5, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
Union Leader
Mar. 4, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
KESQ News
Mar. 2, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
Erie News Now
Mar. 2, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
Boston Globe
Mar. 2, 2023
BEN, an autonomous surface vehicle operated by CCOM's ASV Team played a key role in the discovery of the Ironton, a 19th-century shipwreck submerged hundreds of feet in Lake Huron. The discovery, made in 2019, was publicly confirmed after painstaking visual documentation was recently completed.  
KIDK News 8
Mar. 2, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
WPTZ
Mar. 2, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
WMTW
Mar. 2, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
National Marine Sanctuaries Website
Mar. 2, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.
KTVZ
Mar. 2, 2023
CCOM researchers were on hand with the BEN ASV to assist a world-renowned team that found the pristine wreck of the Ironton at the bottom of Lake Huron.

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