Ocean Science and Technology

NRL's research is focused on understanding and modeling ocean, coastal, and littoral area hydro/thermodynamics, circulation, waves, ice dynamics, air-sea exchange, optics, and small and microscale processes; and on the investigation and application of microbiological processes to Navy problems. NRL's marine geosciences research provides digital databases, geoacoustics and geophysical models, and simulations to support training, system design, performance prediction, and operational needs of the Navy. Download the Ocean Science and Technology section research articles here Ocean_2010.pdf.

Research Articles

  • The ASW Reach-back Cell Ocean Analysis System
    J.D. Dykes and P. Fanguy

  • Marine Sediment Strength from Dynamic Probes
    A. Abelev, K.R. Tubbs, and P.J. Valent

  • Characterizing River Environments by Combining Imagery and Models: What We Can Do Now and In the Future
    C.A. Blain, A.D. Weidemann, R.P. Mied, R.S. Linzell, and P. McKay

Research Groups

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