Ocean Current monitoring

Articles & Whitepapers

  • Animals could help humans monitor oceans

    Animals could help humans monitor oceans

    Sharks, penguins, turtles and other seagoing species could help humans monitor the oceans by transmitting oceanographic information from electronic tags. Thousands of marine animals are tagged for a variety of research and conservation purposes, but at present the information gathered isn't widely used to track climate change ...

  • Good weather for drying clothes

    Good weather for drying clothes

    The chance of an El Nino this year just increased, meaning there is now three times the normal risk of the climate driver associated with hot and dry conditions happening this year. Senior ...

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Equipment & Solutions

  • Self-Contained Energy Module
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    Self-Contained Energy Module

    Bourne`s CurrentStar (U.S. Pat. No. 7,492,054 B2 and U.S. Pat. No. 8,102,071) is a self-contained energy module 300 feet in length. The CurrentStar series is designed to harness the enormous potential source of clean energy in ocean currents. Ocean currents flow at all depths in the ocean but the strongest usually occur in the upper layer. Currents of over 3.5 mph are confined to very restricted ...