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SAME Flatscreen TV Contest


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Bridging the Gap between Land and Water


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UXO Survivor to Break-Dance Advocate

Sometimes you meet incredible people. Pong, Pongsavath or Peter Kim as he sometimes likes to be called is one. Losing both hands and his eyesight to a Vietnam War Era cluster bomb when he was 16, Pong has persevered where many would have given up.


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UXO Survivor to Break-Dance Advocate


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Strange Reactions Throughout History and the Animal Kingdom


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CASE STUDY: 2,825 Sediment Cores in 3 Weeks


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EM ROV

Aqua Survey’s ROV’s provides a nimble survey solution for working in difficult to navigate locations or areas ecologically-sensitive areas where contact with flora and fauna must be minimized. Equipped with an electro-magnetic coil, the EM-ROV is capable of detecting non-ferrous as well as ferrous metals.


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Case Study 19: Amityville Handgun


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UMMA—the Ultra Marine Magnetometer Array

Sometimes our clients need to pinpoint metal objects while working in ecologically fragile environments or cover large areas quickly That’s when we deploy UMMA -- the Ultra Marine Magnetometer Array Aqua Survey's team of scientists pilot the UMMA underwater at a precisely predetermined altitude off the seafloor, mapping former military bombing ranges, harbors, and archeological sites for ferrous targets. It can be deployed in water depths up to 150 feet. Weighing 500 pounds, UMMA can be deployed and retrieved from its custom-made support vessel or another properly-equipped vessel. It can survey a 6 meter swath at just under 6 miles per hour. For survey speeds, that’s fast. We have surveyed over 30 acres in one day with the UMMA. UMMA’s Cesium magnetometers deliver the most precise MAG data at the lowest noise levels in the industry. Monitored in real time by a technician, the UMMA’s auto-adjusting altitude system can be overridden at any time – allowing the system to be raised immediately to avoid a collision with uncharted obstructions. This allows us to safely survey in an extremely environmentally sensitive manner. Protected flora and fauna, such as delicate corals, can be avoided with ease. If you need to survey for ferrous metal objects – whether it's the remains of a Spanish Galleon or unexploded bombs – let Aqua Survey's specialists put the Ultra Marine Magnetometer Array to work for you.


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Aqua Survey Lunch and Learn Tour - Back with a New Twist


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CASE STUDY #38: UXO Unearthed During Construction


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CASE STUDY #37: 50 Mile Pipeline


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Jacques Cousteau and the Assassin


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The Rossfelder / Cousteau / Aqua Survey Connection

Whenever we deploy our inflatable Rossfelder barge, it’s amazing to think that Jacque Cousteau’s son, Phillipe, used to go bombing around the South Pacific with it tucked away in Cousteau’s seaplane, the Flying Calypso. When I watch our field techs using one of Andre Rossfelder’s vibracore units, I think about some of the James Bond-like stories Andre told me about his youth, including his attempts to assassinate Charles De Gaulle. Andre was a fascinating man. If you have a few minutes, enjoy the video. -Ken Hayes


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Vibracore Assassin: the Real Day of the Jackal


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Master Inventor and Man of International Intrigue


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Sediment Vibracoring

Aqua Survey owns and operates more than ten heavy duty vibracoring systems. Vibracoring is considered to be the most cost effective technology to collect large numbers of sediment cores efficiently and with little distortion to the actual core. Three or four inch diameter cores can be collected continuously to a depth of about 40 feet. Sediment vibracores are used extensively for contaminant characterization, geotechnical characterization, geophysical data ground-truthing, mineral deposit characterization, archeological investigation.


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What does April 17, 2018, mean to you?


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Clean Earth - Client Testimonial


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Jt Cleary, Inc. - Client Testimonial


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Sediment Vibracoring

Aqua Survey owns and operates more than ten heavy duty vibracoring systems. Vibracoring is considered to be the most cost effective technology to collect large numbers of sediment cores efficiently and with little distortion to the actual core. Three or four inch diameter cores can be collected continuously to a depth of about 40 feet.


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Priceless Art, Old Cowhides & Mud


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Sediment Vibracoring Animation

Aqua Survey owns and operates more than ten heavy duty vibracoring systems. Vibracoring is considered to be the most cost effective technology to collect large numbers of sediment cores efficiently and with little distortion to the actual core. Three or four inch diameter cores can be collected continuously to a depth of about 40 feet.


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Aqua Survey to be Featured on Multiple Episodes of New Discovery Channel Series


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Marine Geophysics Team One Comes Home


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EM ROV

Our Marine Geophysics Team One (MGTO) has just returned from a several month deployment. Above they can be seen deploying an ROV with an EM (electromagnetic) array. Read the full story here.


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The Lunch and Learn Season is upon us.


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Living Breakwaters: A Safer Future for Staten Island

Read more about the Living Breakwaters here.


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‘Living Breakwaters’ Storm Barrier Project Taking Shape


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Garrett Hayes


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Bombs in New York Harbor


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Passaic Multibeam 2014

The top image shows the location along the river as well as shoreline structures and features. The bottom left is the sweep window. Each ray represents an individual sounding beam. Combined they constitute a single sweep of data. The line where they end at the bottom shows the profile of the river bottom for that sweep. The bottom right window is the waterfall window. Each individual sweep is plotted at the bottom one after another which results in a three dimensional color coded image of the survey transect.


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2014 Sediment Symposium


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2014 Sediment Symposium


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Horned Scullies, Bombs & Treasure


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Airborne Mag Survey


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A Floating Market, a King and a Father of Science and Technology


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Floating Market Thailand

On a recent layover in Thailand to continue our work with UXO (unexploded ordnance) in Laos, a few of us at ASI seized the opportunity to venture outside of Bangkok for a day. What we found was the Damnoenssaduak floating market. Consisting of an intricate network of canals, it's a writhing medley of commerce where everything from exotic fruits to touristy kitsch are hawked daily. Read the full story here.


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Laos Episode 03: Bomb Disposal

In Laos, the Aqua Survey team hits the road (and water) once again. This time they're on their way to a gold mine. It's hoped their techniques can help locate bombs hidden within the mine.


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Laos Episode 02: Roadside Explosives

Last time we tuned in, the team had just reached the first test site, but now the real challenge begins.

Some unexploded ordnance folks say this is one of the toughest places in the world to work.

Can they help the people of Laos?


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Rescue Archeology: Lantana, Florida


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Laos Episode 01

Recently an Aqua Survey team returned from a nearly month long expedition in the small Southeast Asian country of Laos.

Their mission: prove the capabilities of ASI's bomb hunting equipment in the highly conductive soils of Laos.

Fresh from his adventure with NASA in the Chilean Andes, Eric Wartenweiler Smith jumped on the opportunity to be part of the Aqua Survey team headed over.

Luckily for us, Smith had the camera rolling once again.


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Aqua Survey Joins SETI / NASA in the High Andes

On the shores of Laguna Negra in the Chilean Andes, a group of scientists from NASA and the SETI Institute are preparing for future missions to the lakes and seas of other planets in our solar system.

Contracted by the SETI Institute, Aqua Survey sent Eric Wartenweiler Smith to aid in the joint SETI / NASA expedition. His primary assignment was to perform a bathymetric survey of the glacial lake known as Laguna Negra. He also assisted in the testing of NASA's prototype autonomous watercraft, the Planetary Lake Lander.

Luckily for us, Smith had the video camera rolling.

Update: Smith's been at it again. Watch his latest adventure here.


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An Archeological Race Against Time


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HANDLE WITH CARE: Surviving the Centuries


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MAXIM News Article


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The Right Tools for the Job


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To Find a Needle in a Haystack You Must Have the Right Plan of Attack, Equipment and Training.


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Learn More


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“Amityville Horror” Handgun Recovery

Searching for Key Evidence? Finding a key piece of evidence such as a murder weapon can be a crucial component in an investigation. Read the CASE STUDY here.


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Enter Aqua Survey


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Magnetometer and Hand Held Detectors Also Have Their Limits


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Side Scan Sonar and ROV Video Have Their Limits


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Why Aqua Survey?


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CASE STUDY:  Amityville Handgun Recovery


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2012 Mid-Atlantic Sediment Symposium Speaker Presentations


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Symposium News, NASA Astronaut Joins Speaker List


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Back from Cleopatra’s Palace


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Iconic New York Landmark Keeps Up with the Times


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Bombs, Elephants and Puerto Rico


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Glacier Dwarfs Skyscrapers: Icy Past Revealed


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NJ Firm Uses High-Tech Toys in Search for Murder Case Evidence


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Why the R/V Tesla Will Make Your Project a Success


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Aqua Survey Unveils Dredger’s Smart Pipe


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Save Time and Money While Increasing Safety


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Aqua Survey’s UXO Survey Capabilities

Aqua Survey’s UXO/MEC/MC Capabilities:

1. Utilizing two dozen ASI owned and operated specialty vessels, an array
of geophysical survey, remote sensing instruments and precision positioning
systems we can provide you with reliable data.

2. Using proprietary sediment sampling we can safely collect sediment cores
in areas known to have or suspected of having UXO or MEC present.

3. Our certified sediment toxicology laboratory can expertly test sediment
samples for toxicity derived from environmental contaminants including
Munitions Constituents.  Tissue uptake studies can also be performed.

Services are provided worldwide.


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Dr. Doi to Present at Third International Dialogue on Underwater Munitions


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Identical Systems = Identical Results


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THIRD INTERNATIONAL DIALOGUE ON UNDERWATER MUNITIONS


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Introducing the R/V Tesla


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EM ROV Survey


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Upadated Flash 1


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UXO Found Near Major NYC Bridge


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Aqua Survey Staff Member Presents at the Franklin


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World War II bomb ignites off Okinawa beach


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Oil Spill Response: Back from the Frontlines


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ASI Captain Returns from Egypt to Work on Philadelphia-area Drilling Project


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Rock Coring with the R/V Hayes in Philadelphia


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ASI Webcast from Egypt


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Rapid Turnaround on Your Oil Dispersant Test


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Speaker Presentations Available from the Mid-Atlantic Contaminated Sediment/Soils Symposium


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Guest Luncheon Speaker Dominique Görlitz

Mid-Atlantic Contaminated Sediment/Soils Symposium: March 24, 2010, Liberty Harbor Restaurant, Jersey City, NJ


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EM Technologies

Electromagnetic detectors increase project safety


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Cleopatra Exhibit Soon to Make American Debut


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Samurai Invasions, Stepping Stones & Human Ingenuity


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ADCP Water Current Studies


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Trail of the Atocha - The Second Season

Watch as the Aqua Survey team joins Mel Fisher's Treasures to continue pinpointing historical artifacts along the Atocha debris trail in Key West, FL. Aqua Survey employs the new 1 meter diver EM sled to search the bottom and help locate treasure. The divers locate a high priority signal and the Mel Fisher crew decide to excavate. Could they be on the heels of a new stockpile of treasure?


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NASA High Lakes Expedition

Aqua Survey provided laboratory services to the 2007 NASA High Lakes mission.


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The Search for the Guggenheims’ Lost Treasure

Will a treasure lost over a hundred years ago by one of New York's richest families soon see the light of day?


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Aqua Survey presents at HDC SETAC Meeting


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An Old Friend Visits the US


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Drop Page


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UXO Surveys: A Safer Future

In the United States alone there are over 200,000 submerged acres suspected of containing Unexploded Ordnance (UXO) and Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC). These areas are in shallow water zones such as wetlands, freshwater ponds and lakes, estuaries, rivers, coastal bays, tidal flats, ocean shores and coral reefs. As many of the nation’s military bases are closing and being turned over to civilian use, there is a mandate for these areas to be geophysically surveyed to reveal any concealed hazards.


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The Abora III Project

Aqua Survey was a scientific sponsor for the Abora III project.


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“Can you hear me now?”


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Aqua Survey Fulfills Your Underwater Markout Needs


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Services Provided to the Energy Field


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Aqua Survey Experience Handles Projects Smoothly


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Atocha Episode 3


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Atocha Episode 2


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UXO Survivor to Break-Dance Advocate

EM ROV

UMMA—the Ultra Marine Magnetometer Array

The Rossfelder / Cousteau / Aqua Survey Connection

Sediment Vibracoring

Clean Earth - Client Testimonial

Jt Cleary, Inc. - Client Testimonial

Sediment Vibracoring

Sediment Vibracoring Animation

EM ROV

Living Breakwaters: A Safer Future for Staten Island

Passaic Multibeam 2014

Airborne Mag Survey

Floating Market Thailand

Laos Episode 03: Bomb Disposal

Laos Episode 02: Roadside Explosives

Laos Episode 01

Aqua Survey Joins SETI / NASA in the High Andes

“Amityville Horror” Handgun Recovery

Aqua Survey’s UXO Survey Capabilities

Identical Systems = Identical Results

EM ROV Survey

Rock Coring with the R/V Hayes in Philadelphia

ASI Webcast from Egypt

Guest Luncheon Speaker Dominique Görlitz

EM Technologies

Trail of the Atocha - The Second Season

NASA High Lakes Expedition

The Search for the Guggenheims’ Lost Treasure

UXO Surveys: A Safer Future

The Abora III Project

Atocha Episode 3

Atocha Episode 2

Atocha Episode 1

Atocha - A New Project Begins

Vibracoring

Effective Vessel Deployment Options

Vibracoring in Daniel Boone National Forest

Aqua Survey Featured on the Evening News