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All In A Day’s Work: Marine Trash Collection

  • Written by CSA Ocean Sciences
  • Category: Blog

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) recently completed its 2019 fieldwork season in Florida, performing marine biological monitoring of multiple coastal projects throughout the state. The majority of these projects involve monitoring nearshore hardbottom communities for compliance with State and Federal permits associated with beach restoration projects.

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CSA Assists NOAA, U.S. Coast Guard with Vessel Search

  • Written by CSA Ocean Sciences
  • Category: Blog

From September 14-28, 2019, CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) Operations Supervisor and Maritime Archaeologist John Bright joined a team of researchers from NOAA’s Maritime Heritage Program and the U.S. Coast Guard to conduct reconnaissance-level geophysical survey operations in search of remains belonging to U.S. Revenue Cutter (USRC) Bear. CSA provided a dual-frequency side-scan sonar system, customized 10 hp slip-ring winch, and personnel support to mobilize and operate the geophysical equipment onboard US Coast Guard Cutter Bear (WMEC 901), the modern namesake for the historic USRC Bear.

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CSA co-exhibits with partner MMT at AWEA

  • Written by CSA Ocean Sciences
  • Category: Blog

CSA Ocean Sciences Inc. (CSA) exhibit at the American Wind Energy Association’s Offshore WINDPOWER conference in Boston, MA on October 22-23, 2019. In attendance from CSA were Robert Mulcahy (Chief Operating Officer), Gordon Stevens (Vice President and General Manager), Mary Jo Barkaszi (Offshore Wind and Renewable Energy Market Director), Bob Erickson (Northeast Region Manager), and Melanie Cahill (Infrastructure Program Director). CSA co-exhibited with our partners MMT.

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Bahamas Relief Update

  • Written by CSA Ocean Sciences
  • Category: Blog

A month has passed since Dorian demolished the Northern Bahamas. The media have moved on, and the world shifts its focus back to the story of the day. But in the Bahamas, thousands of homes are still piles of rubble and thousands of people are still displaced. Families are looking for answers to questions that have been forced on them by this catastrophic event; Where will we live? How will we make a living? How do we feed our children? How do we rebuild our communities?

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