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JAN 2019

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www.sea-technology.com January 2019 | ST 5 JANUARY 2019 Volume 60, No. 1 CONTENTS FEATURES 7 Editorial 39 Product Development 45 Contracts/Meetings 9 Soundings 40 Environmental Monitoring 46 Professional Services Directory 36 Ocean Business 41 Navy Currents 47 Soapbox 37 International 42 Marine Electronics 48 Advertiser Index DEPARTMENTS 11 WE CAN NO LONGER IGNORE OUR OCEANS By Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.), Co-Chair, U.S. Senate Oceans Caucus 12 CONGRESS MUST BACK NOAA'S GROUNDBREAKING EFFORTS By Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Texas), Chair, U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology 14 THE FIGHT TO PROTECT OUR NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARIES By Rep. Salud Carbajal (D-Calif.), Member, Congressional Oceans Caucus, U.S. House of Representatives 15 STRENGTHENING THE NATION'S BLUE ECONOMY By RAdm. Timothy Gallaudet, Ph.D., U.S. Navy (retired), Assistant Secretary of U.S. Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, Acting Head, NOAA 17 CAN MARINE ENERGY UNLOCK OPPORTUNITIES FOR OTHER OCEAN INDUSTRIES? By Alejandro Moreno, Director, Water Power Technologies Office, U.S. Department of Energy 19 BALANCING NEAR-TERM IMPERATIVES WITH LONG-TERM INVESTMENTS By Jessica F. McGrath, Policy Advisor; Danielle Dodge, Knauss Fellow; Terrence Quinn, Director, Division of Ocean Sciences, U.S. National Science Foundation 20 INNOVATING NOW TO MEET TOMORROW'S COMPLEX MARITIME CHALLENGES By Admiral Karl L. Schultz, Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard 23 KEY ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES POWER NATO, EU MARITIME ACTIVITIES By Dr. Emilio F. Campana, Director, Department of Engineering, ICT and Technologies for Energy and Transportation, Italy National Research Council; Dr. Giovanni Sembenini, Head, NATO and Non-European Countries R&T Programs, Italian Secretariat General of Defence/National Armaments Directorate; and Dr. Sandro Carniel, Senior Scientist, Institute of Marine Sciences, Italy National Research Council 25 S&T APPLICATIONS, TRENDS IN THE MARITIME DOMAIN By Dr. Catherine Warner, Director, Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation, NATO Science and Technology Organization 26 KEEPING UP WITH GROWING ENERGY DEMANDS By Randall Luthi, President, National Ocean Industries Association 28 INCREASING OUR OCEAN SECURITY: HOW A HEALTHY OCEAN BENEFITS US ALL By RAdm. Jonathan White, U.S. Navy (retired), CEO, President, Consortium for Ocean Leadership 30 WORKING WITH GOVERNMENT TO GROW INDUSTRY By Rich Lawson, CEO, International Ocean Science and Technology Industry Association 31 CORAL BLEACHING REQUIRES ACTION By Dr. Phil Dustan, Biology Professor, College of Charleston 33 FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE: CLIMATE RIGHT FOR INDUSTRY GROWTH, BUT HURDLES REMAIN By Rick Martin, Publisher, Commercial Fisheries News and Fish Farming News 35 FIRING LINE REPORT By Aileen Torres-Bennett, Managing Editor, Sea Technology magazine

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