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Weathering The Storm

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In the Summer 2022 issue of Dry Bulk Magazine, Brendan Crowley and Shik Sundar, Sofar Ocean, USA, evaluate the importance of data in helping the dry bulk industry become more efficient, make better business decisions, and reduce emissions. This special report lists all the references contained within the article.


  1. REQUERO, B.G., LOSADA, I.J. and MƒNDEZ, F.J., ‘A recent increase in global wave power as a consequence of oceanic warming’, Nature Communications, Vol.10, No.205, (2019),
  2. ‘Waves are getting stronger and more dangerous thanks to climate change’, CBC Radio, (2019),
  3. MARTIN, E. P., ‘Storm damage: Green group forecasts surging costs of climate change for maritime’, TradeWinds, (2022),
  4. HOUGHTON, et al., ‘Operational assimilation of spectral wave data from the Sofar Spotter network’, Earth and Space Science Open Archive, (2022),
  5. ‘CII - Carbon Intensity Indicator’, DNV,
  6. ‘Dry bulk ships speed up to cash in on bullish market; CO2 emissions a concern’, Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, (2021),
  7. SHORT, I. and KANELLOPOULOU, E., ‘Legal and Contractual Considerations for EEXI and CII’, Campbell Johnstone Clark, (2021),
  8. MITROU, P., ‘LNG fleet seriously exposed to CII impact’, LR, (2022),
  9. ‘Volatility to continue, but market players see dry bulk freight rates staying high’, Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, (2021),
  10. SADDEN, E., ‘Volatility in dry bulk freight set to continue into the new year: 2022 pre-view’, Fastmarkets, (2022),
  11. The Swedish Club, Heavy Weather, (2014),
  12. ‘Sofar nets a $39M round B to grow its ocean-monitoring autonomous buoy network’, TechCrunch, (2021),

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