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OES Electronic Newsletter Volume 9, Number 7


In Memoriam: Professor William Carey

OCEANS '12 MTS/IEEE Hampton Roads, VA, Oct. 14-19, 2012 - Registration is now open.

In Memoriam: Professor William Carey

The OES has recently lost a vibrant and highly contributive member in the passing of Professor William Carey. Professor Carey is a recipient of the Society’s Distinguished Technical Achievement Award. He served as Editor in Chief of the IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering (2011-2012), having served previously in that capacity (1992-1998). He resigned from his Editorship on July 2, 2012, for health reasons, but continued to handle manuscripts in his care until his passing 9 days later. OES President Jerry Carroll has appointed Jim Lynch as interim Editor in Chief.

A memorial service will take place on Sunday, July 22 at 1 p.m. at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Congregation Church, 19 Jay Street, New London, Connecticut. Those who wish to offer condolences can address their thoughts to Carey’s wife, Susanne Colten-Carey, 79 Whippoorwill Road, Old Lyme, CT 06371-1440.
Donations may be made in his memory to Amnesty International, 5 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10001.

Please follow these links for detailed obituaries:
http://www.bu.edu/phpbin/news-cms/news/?dept=666&id=59587
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/theday/obituary.aspx?n=william-m-carey&pid=158541361&fhid=4174

OCEANS '12 MTS/IEEE Hampton Roads, VA, Oct. 14-19, 2012 - Registration is now open

OCEANS 2012’s theme, Harnessing the Power of the Ocean, has as its foundation a conceptual National Ocean Enterprise and its seven societal benefits as identified by the National Ocean Partnership Program’s legislation in 1999, followed by President’s Bush’s Ocean Action Plan and President Obama’s Ocean Science Policy. The seven societal benefits are: Improving predictions of climate change and weather, their effects on coastal communities and the nation:
Improving the safety and efficiency of marine operations
Mitigating the effects of natural hazards
Improving national and homeland security
Reducing public health risks
Protecting and restoring healthy coastal marine ecosystems
Enabling the sustained use of marine resources
Details at http://www.oceans12mtsieeehamptonroads.org/index.cfm

Other deadlines:

  • OCEANS '12 MTS/IEEE Hampton Roads, VA, Oct. 14-19, 2012 - Early registration and tuitorial registration close, papers due on 31 Aug., 2012
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