Engineering Committee on Oceanic Resources (ECOR)
Comité de l'ingénierie des ressources océaniques
1971-03 London UK
Founded Mar 1971, London (UK), following proposal, May 1969, of USA National Academics, endorsed by other organizations, and a resolution of the E-XE1118 - Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC). As of 2013, subsumed to F-XC0365 - Society for Underwater Technology (SUT).
Provide an international focus for professional engineering interests in marine technology and associated fields, in particular: establish and maintain international professional engineering communication; provide advice from an engineering viewpoint on policy, programme and organizational matters to international and intergovernmental organizations concerned with marine affairs, or directly to individual nations on behalf of these organizations; assist the engineering profession in developing its capability in the use of the ocean and in enhancing the quality of the marine environment, while recognizing that engineering is practised within legitimate proprietary interests.
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General Assembly (every 3 years); Working Groups.
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