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Marine Science Foundation is dedicated to advancing marine research by providing state-of-the-art sensor technology, persistent data collection, and advanced analytics. Our mission is to develop and deploy the latest advancements in remote sensing technology, enabling deeper insights into unknown factors that impact the marine environment.

 Marine Science Foundation (MSF) is conducting a 10-year Research  & Offshore Monitoring Program in South, FL
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High Sample Rate Remote Sensing (HSRRS)

Anchored in the Nyquist-Shannon Theorem, MSF is undertaking the painstaking task to continuously monitor and collect subsea water quality and Passive Acoustic Monitoring (PAM) data using high sample rates (High Sample Rate Remote Sensing (HSRRS) to maximize data fidelity. 

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Quantitative vs Qualitative

Developing advanced sensors that can reliably collect and report ‘open source’ datasets is critical to providing immutable quantitative data for analysis of environmental and marine life patterns. MSF emphasizes quantitative over qualitative analysis, which will enable a more proactive and predictive posture for marine conservation. Our goal is to collect data with the smallest interference in the ecosystem as possible.



MSF Conducts Artificial & Natural Reef Surveillance Diving.

With a Full-time Resident Dive Locker, MSF Conducts Mixed Gas, Closed/Open Circuit Diving Operations to Support Scientific Monitoring  Projects.

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