Earthzine provides up-to-date information on science, technology, Earth/Ocean observation and information utilization and those participating and contributing to it’s advancement. It is updated regularly with news spanning
- Earth and Oceans and their observation,
- Environmental policy,
- Career and Mentorship, and
- Oceanic Engineering society events.
Earthzine is run by volunteers of the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society (OES).
On Earthzine, you will find materials that are inspirational to new and future Earth/Ocean observers and that promote greater awareness of the Earth through its observation. Earthzine encourages interaction of an on-line community of Earth observers.
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Who we are
Board of Directors
Gerardo Acosta – Oceans
Mitchell Borg – Renewable Energy & Hydrodynamic Modelling
Cheng Chi - Ocean Observation & Instrumentation
Fausto Ferreira – Marine Robotics
Bharath Kalyan - Deep Sea Exploration & Marine Robotics
Stephanie Kemna - Marine Robotics
Jasmin McInerney - Limnology, Coastal Engineering, & Water Resources
Rajat Mishra - Environmental Monitoring & Marine Robotics
Roberto Petroccia - Wireless Sensor Networks
Rabia Qadar - Optical Communication & Wireless Sensor Networks
Paula B. Garcia Rosa – Marine Power
Farheen Fauziya – Acoustic communication
Cheng Siong Chin - Marine power and battery systems
Jim Barbara – ICEO Treasurer
Tom Compton – IEEE Resource
Lise Yale – Development consultant
Website quality improvement
Roberto Ravenna J. L. Prasath
Equal Accessibility Officer