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Table of Contents

Volume 10 Number 3 (Fall)

Mapping our Oceans
  • Front Cover
  • Editorial Board
  • On the Cover
  • Guest Editor's Note
  • Paul Brett, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University
  • Soundings
  • Denis Hains, Canadian Hydrographic Service
  • Advertising and Publication Schedule
  • Essays
  • Seamounts, Submarine Channels, and New Discoveries: Benefits of Continental Shelf Surveys Extend Beyond Defining the Limits of the Shelf
  • Andrew Armstrong, NOAA-UNH Joint Hydographic Center
  • Larry Mayer, University of New Hampshire
  • James Gardner, University of New Hampshire
  • Hydrographic Processing Considerations in the Big Data Age: A Focus on Technology Trends in Ocean and Coastal Surveys
  • Matt Holland, CARIS
  • Andy Hoggarth, CARIS
  • The Modern Franklin Expeditions: Charting the Route to HMS Erebus
  • Theresa Nichols, Fisheries and Oceans Canada
  • Scott Youngblut, Canadian Centre of Inland Waters
  • Andrew Leyzack, Canadian Hydrographic Service
  • George Schlagintweit, Canadian Hydrographic Service
  • Acoustics in the Seabed: The Next Chapter
  • Jacques Guigne, PanGeo Subsea and Acoustic Zoom
  • Benthic Habitat Mapping: From Backscatter to Biology
  • Craig Brown, Nova Scotia Community College
  • INFOMAR: Navigating Ireland's Ocean Wealth
  • Tommy Furey, INFOMAR
  • Data Selection for Automatic Calibration of Multibeam Echo Sounder to Inertial Measurement Unit Boresight Angles
  • Rabine Keyetieu-Nlowe, CIDCO
  • Nicholas Seube, CIDCO
  • Reviews & Papers
  • An Ice Strengthened Autonomous Surface Vessel for Surveying Marine-Terminating Calving Glaciers
  • Colin Sauze, Aberystwyth University
  • Mark Neal, Aberystwyth University
  • Tom Blanchard, Aberystwyth University
  • Paul Miller, United States Naval Academy
  • Comparison of Medium and Long Wave Infrared Imaging for Ocean Based Sensing
  • Jordan Peckham, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Siu O'Young, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • John Jacobs, Raytheon
  • Reseach in Progress: Box Blade Turbine
  • Michael Hinchey, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Spindrift
  • Q&A with Craig McLean
  • Trade Winds
  • Rutter
  • Inside Out ... Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Sonar: The Future of Seabed Imaging
  • David Shea, Kraken Sonar Systems
  • Turnings
  • Perspective
  • Lollygagging
  • Homeward Bound ... Big Data Reveals Geology of World's Ocean Floor
  • Dietmar Muller, University of Sydney