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March/April 2014 MTS Journal (Vol. 48, No. 2): Marine Technologies from Norway

This issue highlights the wide diversity of marine technologies found in Norway. With the dwindling Arctic ice cover in the high north, new opportunities for marine activities are emerging in literally unchartered territory, bringing about a strong need for international cooperation on issues related to environment and resource management (e.g., conservation for use vs. conservation for protection) and an increased need for monitoring. In 2013, Bergen Norway was host to the annual MTS/IEEE international OCEANS Conference, which provided a forum to showcase local marine technologies and activities and bring attention to these new challenges on an international scale. This special issue of the MTS Journal expands on some of the technologies presented at the conference and introduces new research and applications vital to this region.

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