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How Some Of The Toughest Ships On Earth Work

How Some Of The Toughest Ships On Earth Work

By: Keyes Bronson, Journalist
Icebreakers are some of the toughest ships made by man. They can generate energy up to 25,000 horsepower.
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ORPC - Lead Electrical Engineer

ORPC – Lead Electrical Engineer

By: Philip Do, Journalist
Ocean Renewable Power Company, or ORPC, is a company that makes marine renewable energy technology and project development solutions. A lead electrical engineer helps to design and commission electrical components for wave energy systems.
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Beret March of IDFs Submarine Combat Soldiers by Israel Defense Forces is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

How A Submarine Moves

By: Rakat Haque, Journalist
The way a submarine dives and resurfaces is because of buoyancy. Buoyancy is sort of like an upward force that things of many sizes afloat, it can be anything from something small like a barrel to a gigantic ship.
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Marine Engineer

By: Henry Hung, Journalist
One of the most important and amusing jobs in the ocean engineering industry is a marine engineer.
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Brine Pools: What They Are

By: Thomas J Ahern, Journalist
When we are thinking about brine pools, we need you to imagine a hole at the bottom of the ocean. These holes, brine pools, are the saltiest parts of the entire ocean. They are essentially lakes of death, with barely anything able to survive within them. 
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Überprüfung einer Erdgasleitung im Bodensee durch das U-Boot Forel von Jacques Piccard / Rudolf Zündel is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

Who Was Jacques Piccard?

By: Eric Yang
Jacques Piccard was one of the men who achieved this goal, he not only achieved it but at the time he broke the record of the lowest recorded depth in the ocean (7 miles deep). They had descended for about five hours to reach a depth of  35,797 feet, at the bottom of the Mariana trench.
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Marine Engineer: John Elder

By: Joshua Lim

Have you ever wondered what a Marine engineer life is, well today you're about to experience a famous Marine Engineers life about John Elder. John Elder was born in March 8th, 1824, in Glasgow, Scotland...

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Argentina boat by @Doug88888 is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Ocean Engineering- The Naval Architect

By: Steven Powell, Journalist
Some examples of what they build are aircraft carriers, submarines, sailboats, and tankers. They make around $45.89 per hour and $95,440 per year.
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William Bournes Impact on Ocean Exploration

William Bourne’s Impact on Ocean Exploration

By: Eileen Elliott, Journalist
He designed one of the first recorded submarines.
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THE FREEWAY IS A HOPPER DREDGER [MO- 9691682, MMSI- 212368000]-146611 by infomatique is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Marine Automation Engineer

By: Luke Hutchinson, Journalist

Marine Automation Engineers design, program, simulate and test automated machinery and processes in order to complete exact tasks. Marine Automation Engineers are also responsible for design specifications...

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Naval Architects. What Do They Do?

Naval Architects. What Do They Do?

By: Jeremy Huang, Journalist

Naval architects. A job you may or may not have heard of before, categorized under ocean engineering. These architects are unique, and they serve a special purpose to the broader category of ocean engineering....

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A remotely operated underwater vehicle operated by the U.S. Navy’s Undersea Rescue Command. by Official U.S. Navy Imagery is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Underwater Vehicles

Underwater vehicles are categorized in four classes: Human Occupied Vehicles (HOVs), Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), Hybrid Remotely Operated Vehicles (HROVs).
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