Retrieving Data...

Onboard data acquisition, quality control, and processing services

Our team is highly experienced in providing shipboard hydrographic survey support, and we work closely with our clients to ensure data quality and completeness during data acquisition and evaluation. Whether on the boat or in the office, our management team is on call 24 hours a day to mitigate challenges as they arise.

Geo-Marine Technology’s diverse team has a wealth of experience working offshore in such places as:

  • The Gulf of Mexico
  • The South Pacific
  • Indonesia
  • Thailand
  • Japan
  • The North Pacific
  • The Phillipines
  • The Cook Inlet
  • The Chukchi Sea
  • The Beaufort Sea
  • The Arctic Ocean
  • The Caribbean Sea
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Colombia
  • Panama
  • The U.S. Virgin Islands
  • Nigeria
  • Angola
  • Gambia
  • Senegal
  • The Persian Gulf
  • The Mediterranean Sea
  • Brazil
  • The Pacific Northwest

Geo-Marine Technology News

Recent Offshore Support

Spring 2017

John Rietman and Erik Pallister - Onboard support for a seismic survey in the Cook Inlet

Beau Pallister and Eric Lavering - Continue to serve as Client Representatives onboard/onshore for a pipeline route survey off the east coast of Mexico

Autumn 2016

John Rietman, Beau Pallister, Eric Lavering, Spencer Paddock - Client Representatives onboard/onshore for a pipeline route survey off the east coast of Mexico.

Spring and Summer 2016

Spencer Paddock - Party Chief during the MH370 search in the southern Indian Ocean

Beau Pallister, Steve Dodd, Joshua Phillips, and Kurt Ingold - rotating deeptow technicians during the search for MH370 in the Indian Ocean

Joshua Phillips and Eric Lavering - LIDAR operators during aerial surveys across the western US (I know, I know... not technically "Offshore" support, but close enough)

May-June 2016

Eric Lavering - onboard geologist for pipeline route survey in the Gulf of Paria, offshore Trinidad, West Indies.

March-April 2016

John Rietman and Beau Pallister - onboard geologists/gephysicists for a telecom cable route survey in the western Mediterranean


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