Ocean Science 2005 Archive

Ocean Science Nov Dec 2005

November/December 2005

  • Meeting the Challenge in the Face of Nature’s Wrath
  • A Hurricane on the OCS – Planning for the Worst
  • Tahiti Field Development – Adding to Domestic Production
  • Taking Another Look – Ivan the Terrible
  • Effects on Arctic Cisco – Workshop Convenes to Discuss Factors
  • Down But Not Out – MMS Soldiers on in Aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina, Rita
  • Powerful New Lessons – Hurricanes on the OCS
  • New Waves – Late-breaking News & Information

Ocean Science Sep Oct 2005

September/October 2005

  • Hidden Treasures of the Deep
  • Chemosynthetic Communities - Searching for Cities of Cold
  • The Mystery of Deepwater Coral Communities Deepens - Cold Coral
  • Home to New Communities - Building Skyscrapers in the Deep
  • Have You Heard? - tracking sperm Whales in the Gulf of Mexico
  • In the Eye of the Storm - Exploring Mega-furrows
  • An Unlikely Oasis - The Boulder Patch
  • New Waves - Late-breaking News & Information

Ocean Science Jul Aug 2005

July/August 2005

  • Knowledge - The Key to Our Energy Future
  • The Right Staff - Working for the Nation
  • Pride in a Job Well Done - An Ocean of Opportunity
  • Deepwater Nautilus Breaks World Record
  • Using the Data to Make Better Decisions
  • Drilling Where No One Has Drilled Before
  • Evaluating Shallow Hazards - Surveys for Historic Shipwrecks
  • Going Deeper and Colder - Exploring New Environments
  • Environmental Studies Program - Collecting the Data
  • Native Collaboration and OCS Development in Alaska - A Mutual Understanding
  • New Waves - Late-breaking News & Information

Ocean Science May Jun 2005

May/June 2005

  • New & Old Energy Frontiers
  • Potential Energy Resource - Assessing Gas Hydrate Reserves
  • The Heart of Science - National Science Teachers Association
  • Natural Seeps Sampled - Fingerprinting Seeps in the Santa Maria Basin
  • LNG - The Cool Natural Gas
  • Beaufort Sea Lease Sale Brings Unexpected Success
  • The Icy Road to Exploration - North to Alaska
  • Promoting Rapid Response - Project Deep Spill
  • Our Nation's Energy Future - Deep Gas Could Ease Natural Gas Price Spikes
  • MMS Checks It Out - Petronius Weathers the Storm
  • New Waves - Late-breaking News & Information

Ocean Science Mar Apr 2005

March/April 2005

  • From Start to Finish - MMS Follows the Mission
  • Deepwater Operations - Planning Prevents Problems
  • Review and Verify - Thunder Horse Preproduction Inspection
  • Exploration and Development - The Role of MMS
  • District Offices Ensure Production Safety
  • Titans of the Deep - Thunder Horse Races to Production Atlantis - City on the Rise
  • Insuring the Safety - People, Environment, and Property
  • Thunder Horse Dedication - Secretary Norton Participates
  • Growing Support Industry - Creating New Opportunities and Challenges
  • New Waves - Late-breaking News & Information

Ocean Science Jan Feb 2005

January/February 2005

  • Geology - Discovering Our Energy Past and Future
  • Compiling Data to Evaluate Resources - Fair Market Value and Our Nation's Energy Resources
  • The Gulf of Mexico's Past - History of Offshore Oil and Gas Development
    Hunting for Oil with Microfossils
  • Searching for Oil and Gas - Prospecting with New Tools
  • Thunder Horse Semi-Submersible Production Unit - Gulf of Mexico's New Arrival
  • Taking "Pictures" - Below the Earth's Surface
  • The Outer Continental Shelf - Geologic Mysteries
  • New Waves - Late-breaking News & Information

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