- Subzero scientists will break their own ice. Dane, A.; Pope, G. // Popular Mechanics;Dec91, Vol. 168 Issue 12, p15
Gives details on the brand-new Nathaniel B. Palmer, an oceanographic icebreaking vessel. Built by North American Shipbuilding, the vessel will ferry researchers wherever they desire and park while they conduct their studies.
- Oceanographic research vessels: Then, now, and in the future. Pittenger, Richard F.; Dinsmore, Robertson P. // Oceanus;Summer93, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p80
Discusses the developments in oceanographic vessels. Research vessels during World War II; Ocean-going vessels influenced by the focus on blue-water research in the 1960s; Coastal research vessels and the organization of coastal zone management in the 1970s; Oceanographic community's fleet...
- Disestablished. // Naval Aviation News;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p8
Presents news items on disestablished oceanographic research ships in the United States as of September 1994. VXN-8 World Travelers; HSL-34 Greencheckers; HSL-32 Invaders; HSL-74 Demon Elves; HC-16 Bullfrogs.
- UNOLS FLEET. // Sea Power;Jan2015, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p51
The article lists the U.S. twenty-one civilian oceanographic research ships which are used as part of the University National Oceanographic Laboratory System (UNOLS) fleet along with their operators and homeports including Sikuliaq, Atlantis, and Roger Revelle.
- United States Antarctic Research Program in Biology. Llano, George A. // BioScience;Apr1965, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p254
The article presents information about the U.S. Antarctic Research Program in biology. In 1790, U.S. vessels joined English sealers in the Falklands and South Georgia. James Eights, a New York naturalist, became the first American to visit Antarctica. National expeditions, however, began toward...
- UNOLS FLEET. // Sea Power;Jan2009, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p54
The article lists the civilian oceanographic research ships that are part of the University National Oceanographic Laboratory System fleet which include the Kilo Moana ocean ship, the Seward Johnson intermediate ship, and the Urraca local near-shore ship.
- Oceanographic Research Vessels. // Sea Technology;2012 Buyers Guide, p113
A directory is presented of U.S. and foreign oceanographic research vessels, including brief information on their equipment, missions, and availability.
- 3,000 feet down. Allen, Jeremy // All Hands;Apr98, Issue 972, p26
Features the US Navy's smallest nuclear-powered submarine called the NR 1. Dimensions of the vehicle; Past deployment; Unique characteristics; Technological capabilities in ocean floor investigation.
- OPENING SHOT. // PM Network;Apr2010, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p1
The article provides information on the underwater sea station SeaOrbiter, a pressurized workspace that allows divers to undertake daily missions and oceanographers to study the underwater world, with construction set to begin in September 2010.