Tagged: Climate Change

BOEM denied six pending permits for seismic surveys in the Atlantic Ocean. (Credit: International Association of Geophysical Contractors)

Geosciences Are Critical To All Aspects Of Offshore Energy

From the assessment of sediment characteristics used to identify where to drill for oil to the seismic surveys required to safely anchor a wind turbine, when it comes to finding and securing energy in an offshore environment, geosciences are of the utmost importance.

RADM Jonathan W. White, USN (ret.), President and CEO at Consortium for Ocean Leadership speaking at the Arctic Science and Technology briefing (Credit: Aurora C. Elmore)

Synergy Between Science And Technology In An Opening Arctic

Arctic temperatures are rising and sea-ice is diminishing, yielding new challenges for all Arctic stakeholders. Distinguished panel speakers from a range of backgrounds spoke at the congressional briefing, “Technology Solutions in an Opening Arctic,” that was hosted by the Marine Technology Society, the House Oceans Caucus, and the Congressional Arctic Working Group.