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“Islands in the Sand” – a Book on Florida’s Nearshore Hardbottom Reefs Co-authored by CSA’s Dave Snyder

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CSA ichthyologist David B. Snyder has lately been sharing a “Fish Blog” with insightful and entertaining fish tales accompanied by dazzling underwater photographs captured during his prolific diving career and sojourns. This blog recognizes David’s contribution to the new book “Islands in the Sand: Ecology and Management of Nearshore Hardbottom Reefs of East Florida” in which David and his co-authors, Dr. Daniel A. McCarthy (Jacksonville University), Dr. Kenyon C. Lindeman (Florida Institute of Technology), and Dr. Karen G. Holloway-Adkins (East Coast Biologists Inc.), integrate their decades of knowledge and experience with more than 1250 technical references to capture the story of the distinctive nearshore hardbottom reef habitats of eastern Florida and the organisms that rely on them.

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CSA Scientist Collaborates with Marine Acoustic Experts at USF’s College of Marine Science

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Mr. Eddie Hughes is a project scientist who has been with CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) for 15 years. He is one of CSA’s research divers and has been involved in a wide variety of nearshore and offshore domestic and international projects. Over the last several years, Mr. Hughes began to specialize in projects utilizing active acoustics, which involves using human-created sound to measure and visualize the environment. This differs from passive acoustics, which is essentially listening to sounds to understand the nature of their sources.

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CSA Concludes Second Produced Water Monitoring Survey within Guayaguayare Bay, Trinidad

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Produced Water Monitoring Surveys are an important element of the marine environmental consulting services provided by CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) in the U.S. and internationally. In Trinidad, the CSA team has completed the second annual Produced Water Monitoring Surveys in Guayaguayare Bay for a regional oil and gas operator. Both surveys were conducted to meet regional regulatory requirements.

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