marine surveillance Articles

  • Detection and phylogenetic analysis of hepatitis A virus and norovirus in marine recreational waters of Mexico

    An investigation was conducted to determine hepatitis A virus (HAV) and norovirus (NV) presence in marine recreational waters (MRWs) from two Mexican tourists beaches (Altata and Mazatlan), located at the northwestern state of Sinaloa, Mexico. Also, Binary Logistic Regression (BLR) analyses were conducted between physicochemical parameters (temperature, turbidity and salinity) and viral organisms ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Swimming in the USA: beachgoer characteristics and health outcomes at US marine and freshwater beaches

    Swimming in lakes and oceans is popular, but little is known about the demographic characteristics, behaviors, and health risks of beachgoers on a national level. Data from a prospective cohort study of beachgoers at multiple marine and freshwater beaches in the USA were used to describe beachgoer characteristics and health outcomes for swimmers and non-swimmers. This analysis included 54,250 ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • An estimate of the cost of acute health effects from food- and water-borne marine pathogens and toxins in the USA

    Large and growing segments of the United States population consume seafood or engage in marine recreation. These activities provide significant benefits but also bring risk of exposure to marine-borne illness. To manage these risks, it is important to understand the incidence and cost of marine-borne disease. We review the literature and surveillance/monitoring data to determine the annual ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Case study - SEAWATCH Indonesia

    Phase 1, 1996-99; Operational Phase 2, 1999-2004 CLIENT: The Agency for Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT) PURPOSE: Implementation of a Marine Surveillance and Information System (MIS) for the Java Sea and Malacca Strait. DURATION: Phase I, 1996 to 1999 Operational Phase, 1999 onwards ...


    By Fugro OCEANOR AS

  • Case study - SEAWATCH Spain

    CLIENT:  Puertos del Estado PURPOSE:  Implementation of a Marine Surveilance and Information System (MIS) for Spanish Coastal waters DURATION:  Phase 1, 1996 to 1998 Operational phase, 1998 onwards LOCATION: The Bay of Biscay, the Mediterranean and Atlantic sides of the Gibraltar Strait and the ...


    By Fugro OCEANOR AS

  • Case study - SEAWATCH Thailand

    CLIENT: National Research Council of Thailand (NRC) PURPOSE: Implementation of a Marine Surveillance and Information System (MIS) for Thailand. DURATION: Phase I, 1991 to 94 Phase II, 1995 to 98 Operational phase, 1998 onwards. LOCATION: Gulf of Thailand and Andaman Sea DESCRIPTION: ...


    By Fugro OCEANOR AS

  • Case study - SEAWATCH India

    CLIENT: Department of Ocean Development (DOD), Government of India PURPOSE: Implementation of a Marine Surveillance and Information System (MIS) for Indian waters DURATION: Phase 1, 1997 to 2000 Operational phase: 2000 onwards LOCATION: Indian EEZ DESCRIPTION: The project ...


    By Fugro OCEANOR AS

  • Case study - SEAWATCH Norway

    DURATION: 1990 onwards DESCRIPTION: SEAWATCH Norway, which is a continuation of SEAWATCH Europe in Norwegian waters, focuses on developing new technologies, special applications and sensors. One of the buoys is specifically reserved for testing new technologies and is located nearby Fugro premises. Users of the services include: ...


    By Fugro OCEANOR AS

  • Asia–Pacific Analysis: Protecting and restoring coral reefs

    Better navigation and surveillance can help to prevent ships from damaging coral reefs and the need for expensive restoration, says Crispin Maslog. When the US Navy minesweeper USS Guardian smashed into the Tubbataha Reefs in the Sulu Sea off the Philippines at dawn on 17 January, it sent shock waves to the Philippine government and ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Asia–Pacific Analysis: Protecting and restoring coral reefs

    Better navigation and surveillance can help to prevent ships from damaging coral reefs and the need for expensive restoration, says Crispin Maslog. When the US Navy minesweeper USS Guardian smashed into the Tubbataha Reefs in the Sulu Sea off the Philippines at dawn on 17 January, it sent shock waves to the Philippine government and environmental guardians in ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • European bathing water quality in 2010

    Europeans care about water quality and rank bathing water quality as a priority when judging their local environment. Knowing that they have clean and safe water to swim or play in is an important factor in their choice of a holiday or weekend destination. For the tourism industry, clean and safe water is also a major factor in attracting visitors to an area. To allow Europeans to make an ...

  • Algal blooms: What are they?

    Algal blooms are also known as marine blooms or water blooms, and are actually a sudden increase in the population of algae in water scenery. Algal blooms usually take place in freshwater, such as lakes and water reservoirs as well as in marine milieus. They can be easily identified by coloration of the water ensuing from the high density of pigmented cells. Though many types of algae can form ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Envision 2050: The future of protected areas

    The idea of setting aside areas of land and water to be protected against human activities has become a staple of the conservation movement. But with that movement itself at a crossroads, it’s worth exploring just what protected areas will look like in the future. For this third installment ...


    By Ensia

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