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Volume Calculation & Analysis of Changes to Longbasaba Lake

Published 02/28/2018

According to observations by the local water conservation office, Longbasaba Lake grew rapidly in 2004, putting its dam at risk of failure. A Hazard investigation report on the lake issued by the Hydrological Department of the Tibet Autonomous Region in 2006 pointed out that a flood would threaten the towns of Saer and Jiangga, along...

StrataBox 3510HD Seabed Sediment Survey King Island, Queensland

Published 02/16/2018

Sub-bottom profiling (SBP) with the StrataBox 3510 HD revealed relatively heterogeneous surface substrate with boulder and reef formations throughout the initial proposed location. A zone west of the initial location was identified as more suitable with approx. 50 by 30 m cover in minimum of 800 mm sand and no boulder or reef structure.   To further...

Polish A.S. Uses StrataBox To Track Sediment in Shallow Water

Published 10/10/2017

The Polish Academy of Science conducted a scientific research survey to better understand the relationship between coastal processes and the properties of the nearshore seabed dynamic layer. The research site was chosen due to the proximity of the shore cliffs in Poland. The Polish Academy of Science implemented a SyQwest StrataBox to ensure that they...

SyQwest & Xylem Work Together to Integrate Sensors and Hypack

Published 07/07/2017

SyQwest Inc., renowned manufacturer of portable FM Chirp Sub Bottom profilers, collaborate in an effort to integrate its product line with Xylem Inc new post processing software "Hypack Sub Bottom". Browse the select images below showing these new capabilities.  Brand New Graphical User Interface Layout  Sub-bottom profile showing the interpretation of three distinct geological units. Note the annotation...

StrataBox Used in Search for Lost French Fleet of 1565

Published 05/31/2017

In 2014 the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) used our StrataBox Subbottom Profiler in search of  the location of the lost French Fleet of 1565. Read the excerpt from NOAA below:  Our subbottom Profiler is a SyQwest StrataBox. We first used this model in 2009, when we had one on loan from the University of...