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Page 61 of 68 September 2017 / st 61 September Issue 25 Years Ago 1992. Ocean Optics designed a sen- sor that mimics the eye of an insect with multiple apertures and high sen- sitivity to movement. It was intended to measure ocean carbon dioxide with a neural network approach to interpret the signal from particles of marine snow "flurries": tiny particles of plants, animals and organic materi- als. … Lockheed Advance Computing Lab offered virtual-reality assistance for understanding 3D acoustic data for anti-submarine warfare applications using stereo goggles, a data glove and a video display. … Advanced Electronic released a high-density, solid-state data recorder offering 4 to 128 MB of den- sity and an internal bus up to 2.4 GB. 15 Years Ago 2002. Esquimalt Graving Dock, the largest nonmilitary ship-repair facility on the North American Pacific Coast, installed Applied Microsystems' early- warning system to detect waterborne spills of oil and other hydrocarbons. … The first order of aircraft identifica- tion systems, or IFF transponders, re- quired by European Air Traffic Control were installed on French and German aircraft. … Bob Thomas, Lorin Pruett, Harold Palmer and Joe Cimino au- thored the feature article "Maritime Cultural Artifact Exploration and UN- CLOS: GIS Approach to Evaluating U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea and Environmental Impacts on Search and Recovery Efforts." 10 Years Ago 2007. The Port of Houston Authority approved $3.1 million for container terminals and an update to the 2002 Houston-Galveston area vessel emis- sions inventory. … Adm. Eric T. Ol- son became the first U.S. Navy SEAL to command the Special Operations Command, and the first to wear four stars, during the 20th anniversary of the Special Ops Command. … Shark expert Dan Huber visited an 8-ft. great white entangled in netting in Australia and obtained a CAT scan of its skull in order to create a detailed digital model that simulates important physiological mechanics of the shark's bite. ST st looks back ARGENTINA • AUSTRALIA • AUSTRIA • AZERBAIJAN • BANGLADESH • BELGIUM • BELIZE BERMUDA • BOTSWANA • BRAZIL • BRITISH WEST INDIES • BRUNEI • BULGARIA • CANADA CANARY ISLANDS • CENTRAL AFRICAN REP. • CHANNEL ISLANDS • CHILE • CHINA • COLOMBIA COOK ISLANDS • COSTA RICA • CROATIA • CUBA • CYPRUS • CZECH REPUBLIC • DENMARK DOMINICAN REPUBLIC • ECUADOR • EGYPT • ENGLAND • ESTONIA • FAEROE ISLANDS • FIJI FINLAND • FRANCE • GERMANY • GHANA • GREECE • HONDURAS • HONG KONG • ICELAND INDIA • INDONESIA • IRAN • IRELAND • ISRAEL • ITALY • JAMAICA • JAPAN • JORDAN KAZAKHSTAN • KENYA • KOREA • KUWAIT • LAOS • LATVIA • LITHUANIA • MACEDONIA MALAYSIA • MALDIVES • MALTA • MAURITIUS • MEXICO • MONACO • MOROCCO NORTHERN IRELAND • NAMIBIA • NETHERLANDS • NEW CALEDONIA • NEW ZEALAND NICARAGUA • NIGER • NIGERIA • NORWAY • OMAN • PAKISTAN • PERU • PHILIPPINES • POLAND PORTUGAL • QATAR • REPUBLIC OF CHINA • REPUBLIC OF KOREA • REPUBLIC OF PANAMA ROMANIA • RUSSIA • SAUDI ARABIA • SCOTLAND • SERBIA • SINGAPORE • SLOVENIA SOLOMON ISLANDS • SOUTH AFRICA • SPAIN • SRI LANKA • SWEDEN • SWITZERLAND • TAIWAN THAILAND • TONGA • TRINIDAD & TOBAGO • TUNISIA • TURKEY • TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS UKRAINE • UNITED ARAB EMIRATES • UNITED STATES • URUGUAY VENEZUELA • VIETNAM • WALES • WEST INDIES Compass Publications, Inc. • 1600 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1010, Arlington, VA 22209-2510 • T 703.524.3136 • F 703.841.0852 Are you doing business in these countries? For more than 53 years, Sea Technology has delivered advertising messages to readers globally. Are you doing business in these countries? For more than 53 years, Sea Technology has delivered advertising messages to readers globally. SEA TECHNOLOGY SERVICES THE WORLD SEA TECHNOLOGY SERVICES THE WORLD

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