OceanForesters Scientific Reports and Awards
“Negative carbon via Ocean Afforestation.” N'Yeurt, A.de R., Chynoweth, D.P., Capron, M.E., Stewart, J.R., Hasan, M.A., 2012. Process Safety and Environment Protection, Vol. 90, p. 467-474. Also see details in the "Calculations Supplement for Negative carbon via Ocean Afforestation.”
"Secure Seafloor Container CO2 Storage." Mark E. Capron, P.E., Jim R. Stewart, PhD, and R. Kerry Rowe, PhD, OCEANS'13 MTS/IEEE San Diego Technical Program #130503-115 (2013). DOI: 10.23919/OCEANS.2013.6741182
"Ocean Forests: Feeding the World with Floating Artificial Reefs," Lucas, K., Capron, M. E., Stewart, J.R. et al., World Aquaculture Society meeting presentation, New Orleans, 2019.
"Ocean Forests: Breakthrough Yields for Macroalgae," Mark E. Capron ; Reginald Blaylock ; Kelly Lucas ; Michael D. Chambers ; Jim R. Stewart ; et al., OCEANS 2018, presentation, Charleston, SC, 2018. DOI: 10.1109/OCEANS.2018.8604586
“Big Picture Resilience via Ocean Forests.” OceanForesters won the top award as Best New Concept, in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 2016 Innovation Contest.
“Global Food and Energy Security with Restorative Engineering,” OceanForesters won in the Most Innovative Business Models & Technologies category of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 2017 Innovation Contest.