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Shell Offshore Conducts Seismic Survey Using Strata Box 3.5 kHz

Published 11/05/2015

Shell Offshore collected marine seismic data in the Chukchi and Beaufort seas in support of potential future oil and gas leasing and development. Deep seismic acquisition for SOI was conducted by WesternGeco using the Gilavar, a source vessel that towed an airgun array as well as hydrophone streamers, and the Syqwest StrataBox to record reflected...

New and Improved Portable CHIRP: The Strata Box HD

Published 10/14/2015

The StrataBox-HD now uses FM CHIRP processing! FM CHIRP enhances and improves vertical layer sediment resolution significantly. Same seafloor bottom represented by CHIRP processing, vs. CW signal processing. Quite the image improvement, if we do say so ourselves.Additionally the following significant enhancements in design have been made. 16 Bit Full Spectrum CHIRP signal processing. High bandwidth digital...

SyQwest Seamlessly Integrates with SonarWiz5 and SBP Software

Published 08/21/2015

SonarWiz 5, from Chesapeake Technology, Inc., is seamlessly integrated with the full line of SyQwest sonar systems. Combining the precision sidescan sonar, sub-bottom profiling and hydrographic survey data acquisition products of SyQwest with the easy-to-use mapping capabilities of SonarWiz 5 produces a high-quality deliverable from a reliable package. SonarWiz 5 is a complete data acquisition...

Gowanus Canal Bottom Elevations, Brooklyn NY

Published 07/17/2015

CR Environmental, Inc. performed a bathymetric survey of part of Gowanus Bay and all navigable portions of the Gowanus Canal, located in Brooklyn, NY, on January 5, 2010 for Henningson, Durham and Richardson Architecture and Engineering, P.C. utilizing the SyQwest Bathy 500 and a SyQwest HydroBox.  The objective of the survey was to map seabed...

Autonomous Drifting Echo Sounding Buoys by SyQwest

Published 06/17/2015

A GEBCO meeting in Copenhagen twelve years ago began the push to develop an autonomous drifting echo sounding buoy (SSPARR or Seafloor Sounding in Polar and Remote Regions). It coincided, not incidentally, with Clinton’s removal of Selective Availability (SA) from GPS navigation, and the availability of worldwide Iridium satellite communications. ~ Dr John. K. Hall, Geological...