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October 2020


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On the Cover (Photo: U.S. Navy) 18 Taking Wave Energy to the Bank Sweden-based CorPower Ocean is on a mission to supply utility scale wave power by 2024.

By Greg Trauthwein 24 On Watch with RDML John A. Okon The U.S. Navy’s Commander,

Naval Meteorology & 18

Oceanography Command

Credit Colin Keldie shares insights on the future of umanned maritime systems.

By Greg Trauthwein 34 Inside Emily Penn’s eXXpedition Emily Penn is on a mission to meld art and science to help uncover and solve some of the ocean’s most vexing problems.

By Celia Konowe 40 If Nodes Could Fly Making ? ying nodes, and increasing survey speed, is the focus of ARL.

By Elaine Maslin Seabed Imaging 44 ... Re-Imagined A project to cover large areas of the seabed at high res while processing the data with expedition time-scales looks promising.

By Geraint West, Adrian Bodenmann,

Darryl Newborough & Blair Thornton 4 Editor’s Note 24 6 Authors & Contributors 7 Quotable 8 Leading Off: Mitigating Noise 10 Leading Off: Bubble Curtain 8 Insights: Cloud Computing: The Next Big Bang for Seismic 40 50 Case Studies 52 In the News 56 People & Companies 58 New Products 63 Classi? ed 64 Advertisers Index U.S. Navy

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