CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) will be attending and presenting at the 30th annual 2017 National Conference on Beach Preservation Technology in Hutchinson Island, Florida from February 8 - 10. On Wednesday evening at 7 pm at the Hutchinson Island Marriott, CSA is co-sponsoring Game Night on the pool deck to celebrate the 30th Annual National Conference on Beach Preservation Technology.
On Thursday, two CSA scientists will present results of recent studies in Martin County.
At 11:50 am in Session D, Erin Hodel (manager of CSA’s Ports, Harbors, and Beaches market) will present on the topic "Sand Tracer Study in the Fort Pierce Inlet." Attend Erin’s talk to find out how CSA, Environmental Tracing Systems (ETS), and Taylor Engineering's recently completed sand tracer study is helping St. Lucie County gain a better understanding of sand transport pathways and rates in the Ft. Pierce Inlet and surrounding beaches.
At 2:55 pm in Session E, Dr. Jodi Harney (manager of CSA’s Environmental Data and Geospatial Services [EDGS] team), will present “Applications of Full Motion Video in Examining Coastal and Nearshore Issues." Attend Jodi’s talk to learn how CSA is applying high-definition digital video integrated with geospatial information, known as Full Motion Video (FMV), to examine local and regional environmental issues along our Florida shorelines and waterways.
Please visit us at Booth 10 in the Exhibit Hall for demonstrations of these emerging technologies and to learn more about CSA and our marine environmental services.