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CSA Ocean Sciences at WEDA Summit & Expo '17

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CSA Ocean Sciences at WEDA Summit & Expo '17

csa weda summit expo 2017 boat webFrom 26-29 June, CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) will be attending and exhibiting at the WEDA Summit & Expo in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Knowledgeable CSA scientists will be on-hand to discuss our environmental management and mitigation capabilities specific to dredging projects. Please visit us at Booth #41 to learn how CSA can help manage your environmental requirements.

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CSA Sponsors the Sebastian Lionfish Fest

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Debbie Kilbane, Marketing Director for Ports, Harbors and Beaches

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. and sister company, Morgan and Eklund Inc. were a proud sponsor of the 2017 Sebastian Lionfish Fest where “delicious dishes were made from destructive fishes”. Debbie Kilbane, Marketing Director, and Erin Hodel, Senior Program Manager of the Ports, Harbors, and Beaches division of CSA, as well as family and friends, attended the event which was held at Captain Hiram’s Resort in Sebastian, Florida. The event included a fishing tournament as well as a cook-off by 7 local restaurant chefs for best lionfish dish.

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Sea The Difference: Pillar Coral of the Carribean

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Pillar Coral (Dendrogyra cylindrus)

The pillar coral (Dendrogyra cylindrus) is a hard coral that grows up from the seafloor without secondary branching.  Though usually smaller, the D. cylindrus can grow to a height of 3 m, with pillars more than 10 cm wide.  Photo credit: CSA Ocean Sciences Inc.

CSA with Researchers Search for B-17 in the Netherlands

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Frank Johnson with CSA
The search team aboard the "Hydra": (from left) Frank Johnson (company CSA), Jeff Enright (DPAA), Enrico-R. Schwartz (MAACRT team), Joost Morsing (DPAA) and mission planner Lieutenant Commander Chris Gustafson. Photo: Kai-Uwe Hanken

The search has begun: A US researcher is on the way to the Dollart, the mouth of the Ems near Leer/Emden and the Netherlands, to search for traces of the crashed World War II B-17 bomber "Miss Deal." The Americans use state-of-the-art technology to illuminate the Watt.

Will the mystery surrounding the remaining two crew members in the B-17 bomber be resolved after seven decades? With the current mission in the Dollart, the chances of bringing light into the darkness of history have at least increased.

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