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NOAA-CNES Argos-4 Reaches Orbit

Argos-4, an advanced instrument designed to improve knowledge of Earth’s environment, ecosystems, and biodiversity, roared into orbit at 1:09 pm EDT on October 7, from Māhia Peninsula, New Zealand.

NOAA-CNES Argos-4 Reaches Orbit

The Metals Company and Allseas Achieve Historic Milestone

TMC the metals company Inc. an explorer of the world’s largest estimated undeveloped source of critical battery metals, has successfully collected an initial batch of seafloor polymetallic nodules, and transported them up a 4km-long riser system to the surface, in what represents the first integrated system test conducted in the Clarion Clipperton Zone of the Pacific Ocean since the 1970s.

The Metals Company and Allseas Achieve Historic Milestone

NOAA Awards Contract to Establish Ocean Partnership Office

NOAA Research, through NOAA Ocean Exploration, has awarded a $3.5 million, five-year contract to Integrated Systems Solutions, Inc. (ISS) to establish the National Oceanographic Partnership Program Office to support NOAA and the Navy Office of Naval Research (ONR) in their role in jointly co-chairing the National Oceanographic Partnership Program (NOPP) Federal Interagency Working Group (IWG).

NOAA Awards Contract to Establish Ocean Partnership Office

Johanniter Combats Pollution with VSTEP’s Maritime Simulator

In June 2022, to raise awareness of marine pollution and train the offshore and shoreline response to marine incidents, a European consortium led by Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. Germany made use of the maritime module in VSTEP’s Response Simulator.

Johanniter Combats Pollution with VSTEP’s Maritime Simulator

NOAA Releases Stony Coral Disease Response Plan

NOAA is releasing a plan to guide future actions to treat and prevent the spread of a disease affecting coral reefs in Florida and the U.S. Caribbean. The plan also includes actions to prevent the spread of the disease to the Indo-Pacific.

NOAA Releases Stony Coral Disease Response Plan

TMC Subsidiary NORI Commences Monitoring of the Environmental Impacts of Pilot Nodule Collection System Trials in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone

The Metals Company, an explorer of lower-impact battery metals from seafloor polymetallic nodules, has announced that a multidisciplinary team of independent scientists from leading research institutions around the world and industry-leading contractors has commenced the next phase of an extensive environmental baseline and impact monitoring campaign in preparation for the Company’s subsidiary NORI’s ongoing pilot nodule collection system trials in the NORI-D area of the CCZ.

TMC Subsidiary NORI Commences Monitoring of the Environmental Impacts of Pilot Nodule Collection System Trials in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone
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