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CSA Ocean Sciences Kicks Off its 2019 Summer Field Season

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CSA Scientists perform nearshore surveys

Every summer, the Ports and Coastal Sciences division of CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) performs the majority of their in-water field surveys in Florida to coincide with calm marine weather patterns, which results in good underwater visibility ideal for scientific diving.

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Scientist Kathleen Gifford Receives Safety Excellence Award

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Scientist Kathleen Gifford Receives Safety Excellence Award

STUART, FL. May 20, 2019 – CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA), a leader in marine environmental consulting for the Energy, Government, Infrastructure, and Ports & Coastal Markets, announced the 2018 recipient of the CEO’s Safety Excellence Award to Project Scientist Kathleen Gifford. In late 2018, CEO Kevin Peterson solicited nominations from all CSA personnel for consideration of CSA’s most prestigious award. Nominations were considered from all departments and divisions within the company.

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CSA Scientists Attend the 2019 IAIA Conference

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CSA Scientists Attend the 2019 IAIA Conference

John Tiggelaar, Project Scientist and Marine Ecologist for CSA Ocean Sciences Inc., and Sarah Watson, Senior Scientist for CSA Ocean Sciences (Australia) PTY Ltd., attended the 2019 International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) conference held from April 29 to May 2, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia.

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John Bright Presents at 2019 Offshore Technology Conference

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John Bright Presents at 2019 Offshore Technology Conference

On Monday, May 6th, CSA Operations Supervisor and Maritime Archaeologist John Bright presented a paper at the 2019 Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) event in Houston, Texas. His paper, titled “Geospatial Survey Tools for Planning, Processing, Visualizing, and Assessing Marine Magnetic Survey Data for Archeological Resources” reviewed a customized set of four Python scripts used to process and review marine magnetic survey data collected during archeological surveys.

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