About

Welcome to MHK Tech Papers Blog.  The purpose of this blog is to aggregate and organize technical papers as they relate the the development of Marine and Hydrokinetic (MHK) technologies. This blog is a community effort, begun by Mike Spray, and focuses on technology development, economics and resource assessment. Those with interests in social science, environmental impacts, and policy dimensions of MHK technologies may find alternative compendiums, such as the TETHYS database, of interest. This blog acts as a virtual journal for MHK, a necessary function, since MHK papers are scattered across a broad set of archival journals. In addition to archival literature, this blog contains relevant technical reports and theses/dissertations. All are tagged as such to distinguish between types of literature.

This blog is maintained by MHK researchers on a rotating, volunteer basis. To recommend a paper for inclusion, gain access, volunteer to take a turn maintaining things, or obtain further information, please contact the current maintainer (Brian Polagye: bpolagye@gmail.com)

One response to “About

  1. aligoby

    2013 vs. 2012 Stats on blog traffic:

    This blog was viewed about 5,300 times in 2013 compared to 1,600 times in 2012. Visitors came from 101 countries, twice as many as in 2012. Most visitors came from The United States. The United Kingdom & Japan were not far behind in 2013.

    In 2013, there were 190 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 380 posts at the end of 2013.

    Thank you Brian Polagye for continuing to grow this blog and reach a larger and more diverse audience.

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