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The Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA), a collaborative RD&D program funded by nine leading offshore wind developers and the Scottish Government, has launched a competition targeted at finding new ways to inspect offshore wind substructures and reduce the cost of offshore wind. The competition is open to innovators with inspection technologies that can provide information and data on grout integrity and welds for both monopiles and jackets.

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The National Coral Reef Management Fellowship seeks fellows for the following jurisdictions: Florida, U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Hawai’i, Guam, and American Samoa. Fellows are employed directly through Nova Southeastern University but will be located onsite at each host agency. Interested candidates can apply online by July 11, 2017 at 17:00 EST.

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Watching the sunrise from the EMEC offices on a snowy morning in Stromness. Photo credit: EMEC.

The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney, Scotland is the world’s leading test facility for wave and tidal energy converters, having supported more real-sea deployments than at any other site in the world.

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The Commonwealth Secretariat, a voluntary association of 52 independent and equal sovereign states, seeks an Adviser, Oceans Governance to work within their Trade, Oceans and Natural Resources Division. The salary for this position is £72,447 gross + benefits.

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Team members from the NOAA Fisheries Coral Reef Ecosystem Marine Debris Removal Program stand on a debris pile they gathered at Midway Atoll. Photo credit: NOAA.

The 2017 NOAA Habitat Month digital photo contest recognizes photographers who have captured beautiful and captivating images of coastal and ocean habitat and the people, science, restoration, and protection activities associated with it. NOAA conserves habitat to sustain fisheries, recover protected species, and maintain resilient coastal ecosystems and communities.

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