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CSA completes mapping for Tampa Bay Estuary Program

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CSA Completes Large-Scale Hard Bottom Mapping Effort  for the Tampa Bay Estuary Program

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) recently completed another large-scale mapping effort to identify and characterize hard bottom substrate in Tampa Bay utilizing a combination of side‑scan sonar and high definition drift video.

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CSA presents Shading Model at International Conference

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CSA Presents The Development of a GIS-based Shading Model for Mapping Impacts of Structures on Submerged Aquatic Vegetation at the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation

CSA’s Vice President, Science, Dr. Mark Fonseca, and his colleague Mr. Amit Malhotra of Geohorizons, co-authored a presentation at the International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (ICOET) conference in San Diego, CA (https://icoet.net/ICOET_2019) on a GIS-based shading model they developed to predict the location and amount of shading from bridges. The presentation was in the “California Dreaming” session, which described various novel approaches to solving diverse transportation issues; approximately 70 persons were in attendance.

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CSA Protected Species Observer Training in Trinidad

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CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) is committed to building local regional capabilities in Trinidad and Tobago and other Caribbean nations. Working with our local subsidiary CSA Ocean Sciences (Trinidad) Ltd. and Marine Ventures Inc. (MVI), CSA provided specialized Protected Species Observer (PSO) training to local Trinidadians interested in learning how to identify and record observations of marine mammals, seabirds, and turtles during offshore operations, such as seismic surveys for the oil and gas industry.

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CSA Initiates Bahamas Fund Raising Effort

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CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA), headquartered in Stuart, FL, is approximately 80 miles away from the beautiful blue waters of the Bahamas. Our friends and families have made fishing trips, dive excursions, and vacationed on the Islands for decades. We are blessed to have such a beautiful area within reach of our shores–easily accessible by boat or plane. On August 30th, Hurricane Models indicated that Stuart could be hit by a CAT 4 or 5 Hurricane Dorian within a few days; it forecast the hurricane sitting on top of us for over 24 hours and then slowly turning north.

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