This collection represents book chapters, research papers, journal articles and conference papers and presentations by the staff of the Ocean Technology Group

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  • Engineering Ocean Nourishment 

    Judd, Bruce; Harrison, Daniel P; Jones, Ian S F (World Conference of Engineering, 2008-07)
    The annual productivity of the ocean is limited by the availability of nutrients. Ocean Nourishment is the concept of purposefully introducing nutrients to the surface ocean to sequester carbon dioxide and increase the ...
  • The Economics of CO2 Sequestration Scenarios Using Ocean Nourishment 

    Jones, Ian S F; Altarawneh, Mohammednoor (Fourth Annual Conference on Carbon Capture & Sequestration, 2005-05-02)
    With the aid of a dynamic, general equilibrium model of the global economy, the optimum economic path of carbon dioxide abatement in the atmosphere can be predicted. The “optimum” sequestration path is defined as that which ...
  • Underwater acoustic imaging: image due to a specular reflector in the geometrical-acoustics limit. 

    Blair, David G (Springer, 2006)
    In underwater acoustic imaging, used to produce high-quality images in turbid waters, a specular reflector can produce a 'pseudoimage' of the receiving array at the reflecting surface. Based on the 'geometrical approximation' ...
  • Underwater Acoustic Imaging: One-bit Digitisation 

    Blair, David G; Jones, Ian S F; Madry, Andrew (2006-08-17)
    In underwater acoustic imaging (UAI), the combination of a two-dimensional (2-D) array and replicate correlation can produce 3-D images, typically of objects at a range of 2 m. A system already developed achieves the high ...

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