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  • December 07, 2015 11:36 AM | Anonymous
    The Hydrographic Society of America recently added videos from IHO and SSSI to our website.

    There are three different videos:

    • Hydrography as a career (English Only)
    • Hydrography (English and Spanish)
    • Hydrography explained to kids (English and Spanish)
    To view the video visit our website at www.thsoa.org/Videos.


    IHO will create another video on recruitment of Hydrographer. They are seeking video footage and images.

    The potential images and videos they are looking for are:
    • Surveying from jet-skis
    • Images of beautiful seas and beaches - ex. Carribean, Indonesia, Polynesia and Australia
    • A picturesque, remote promontory in Scotland/Ireland, a remote and beautiful lighthouse.
    • Airplanes, helicopters, commercial survey ship, underwater, oil platform, navy
    • Hydrographers at work
    • Antarctica jobs with operators on the ice pack under extreme conditions
    • Multibean clip in Australia
    • Survey underway in busy sea lane
    • Burning oil at sea in Gulf of Mexico
    • Rescuing cute sea animals
    • Pipeline/Cable route Surveys
    • High definition harbour surveys
    • Tsunami in Japan or Indian Ocean
    • Boundaries, Warships, Coast Guard Vessels
    Technical Requirements:
    Video Clips: minimum standards HD Ready (1280x720) clean, no logos or banners – 2500 kbps – 25 images per second;

    Photos: tiff, jpg or psd format, minimum 2200x1700 pixels - resolution 150 dpi – 8 bit per color channel.


    To submit your photos or videos clips please email: info@iho.int.
  • December 07, 2015 11:11 AM | Anonymous

    We recently uploaded our PowerPoint presentation video on YouTube. To view visit: https://youtu.be/LX7PWQAKHqc.

    To view the presentation in PDF format visit www.thsoa.org/media.

  • November 10, 2015 10:29 AM | Anonymous

    Members,

    The Hydrographic Society of America welcomes the submission of technical articles on topics relevant to our readership. Core areas include Hydrographic Surveying, Ocean Mapping, Geomatics, Ocean Sciences, Geographic Information System (GIS), Ocean Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or other related field.

    If you are interested in submitting a technical article, please email admin@thsoa.org.

  • November 01, 2015 9:39 AM | Anonymous

    I recently sent an email to all members asking them to update their membership information. The following members either had a bad email address or no email address at all.  If you see this, or somebody who knows one of these members sees this, please have them contact the admin assistant with their updated information.

    Mr. Bill Bacot                             John Chance Land Surveys
    Mr. Jediah S. Bishop                 Department Of Defense
    Mr. Stuart Chance                    C & C Technologies, Inc.
    Mr. Jeremy Dancer                   Spicer Group, Inc.
    Mr. Jim Elliott                             T&T Marine Salvage
    Mr. Uchechukwa K. Erege        University of Southern Mississippi
    Mr. David Finlayson                  Chesapeake Technology, Inc.
    Mr. William J. Wilson                 Panamerican Consultants, Inc.

  • October 28, 2015 10:17 AM | Anonymous

    Come visit the Southeast Chapter booth at LAGCOE. We are in the lobby outside Exhibit Hall A.

  • October 23, 2015 12:21 PM | Anonymous

    The Hydrographic Society of America Board of Directors approved a $10 dues increase for Individual memberships associated to National. Effective January 1, 2016, the annual dues will increase to $35.

    Your elected Board of Directors gave careful and thoughtful consideration to the issue of increasing the National Individual membership in these financially difficult times. This action was taken in response to some confusion among members. Previously National Individual Membership was $25. This created confusion among members because Chapter associated Membership is $35. Adding the $10 increase to National associated dues will clear up any confusion we have in the future.

    The membership dues will not change for Corporate, Retired and Student Membership.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the administrative assistant at admin@thsoa.org.

  • October 20, 2015 10:07 AM | Anonymous

    The Hydrographic Society of America (THSOA) completed its annual election on September 15, 2015. In this year’s election, there were two candidates for the Presidency and one candidate for the Treasurer position.

    THSOA elect Brian Busey as the new president and Wendy Post as the Treasurer.

  • August 13, 2015 10:00 AM | Anonymous
    In accordance with the Society's by-laws, THSOA will be holding an online vote for president. The Proxy voting will be open from August 13, 2015 until noon September 15, 2015. If you are a current member, you should be receiving an email with information about casting your vote. This email has already been sent out, so if you did not receive it, it could be in your spam box or we might not have a good email address for you. If you think you should have received an email and did not, please contact members@thsoa.org and we will look into it.
  • June 18, 2015 10:00 AM | Anonymous
    Nominations can now be made for the upcoming THSOA elections. We are looking for nominations to fill the following offices for a two-year term:
    • President
    • Treasurer
    Both the person making the nomination and the nominee must be current members of THSOA. The Nominating Committee will contact each nominee to verify they accept the nomination.


    Nominations will be accepted through 15 July 2015. We will then allow nominees to draft a statement that will be placed on the THSOA web site between 15 July and 15 August. If there is more than one nomination for any position, an on-line election will conducted for those positions from 15 August thru 15 September. If there is only one nominee for a position, they will be elected without a vote.


    I hope that all of you will consider stepping forward and helping the Society move forward.


    Best regards,


    Paul Cooper
    President THSOA
  • June 08, 2015 10:00 AM | Anonymous