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University of Miami Researchers Submerge Hybrid Reef Structure off Miami Beach

A team of marine scientists and engineers from the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric, and Earth Science, and the College of Engineering, in collaboration with the City of Miami Beach, deployed two innovative artificial reef structures off Miami Beach on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, to kick off a two-year project called ECoREEF - Engineering Coastal Resilience Through Hybrid Reef Restoration.

University of Miami Researchers Submerge Hybrid Reef Structure off Miami Beach

Heat Waves Happen at the Bottom of the Ocean Too

The 2013-2016 marine heat wave known as “The Blob” warmed a vast expanse of surface waters across the northeastern Pacific, disrupting West Coast marine ecosystems, depressing salmon returns, and damaging commercial fisheries. It also prompted a wave of research on extreme warming of ocean surface waters.

Heat Waves Happen at the Bottom of the Ocean Too

Chevron to Digitize Its Global Assets Using Kongsberg Digital's Digital Twin Technology

Kongsberg Digital (KONGSBERG) has entered into a strategic agreement with the integrated energy company Chevron Technical Center, a division of Chevron U.S.A., Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “Chevron”) to digitize its global assets using Kongsberg Digital's digital twin technology. The agreement includes a multi-year commitment.

Chevron to Digitize Its Global Assets Using Kongsberg Digital's Digital Twin Technology
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