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Concorde Research Project

The Fall Research Campaign cruise was part of the CONCORDE research project (http://www.con-corde.org/) that took place in October/November of this year.  

Ian Church from the Hydrographic Science Research Center of  the University of Southern Mississippi's Department of Marine Science reports:  

There were two Master's students involved in the cruise whom had never used QINSy or Qimera before. One of the students, Lauren Quas, was on board with me and she had no problems picking up the procedures for processing data through Qimera. After only a week of using the software, she was able to teach the software to another student who took my spot on the vessel. Lauren stated,

"I think Qimera is a very efficient processing tool. As a student and first time user of this software, I thought it was easy to learn and made our processing go very smoothly. I would definitely recommend this software to others."

We got a few Qimera images into the CONCORDE blog (see posts from Nov 2 and Oct 29: http://www.con-corde.org/fall-research-campaign-point-sur/ and Oct 31: http://www.con-corde.org/postdoc-reports-from-the-point-sur/ with high res images attached) and were mentioned on the local news with brief appearances of our Qimera images in the background (http://www.wlox.com/story/30428597/point-sur-rotates-crew-during-oil-spill-research). 

We also made good use of the wobble analysis tools in Qimera to correct some lever arm offset errors, which helped our data quality greatly on this rather rushed, temporary multibeam installation.  

Overall we were very impressed with the Qimera and the workflow between QINSy, Qimera and FMGT. Once we had QINSy setup how we wanted it, the data processing went very smoothly. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ian Church (center) with students Maxwell Williamson (left) and Lauren Quas (right) aboard the Point Sur

Qimera screenshot of sunken vessel

Qimera image of the Casino Magic Barge.  Photo credit: Ian Church and Lauren Quas

Qimera screenshot of sunken vessel

Contact the QPS sales department for more information about QINSY, Qimera and FMGT.

 

 

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