Cooperating Organizations

UN_250United Nations
Presented the United Nations Resolution “Cooperative measures on sea dumped chemical munitions” in 2010 and 2013 at United Nations 2nd Committee on Sustainable Environment

OPCW_250Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)
Chaired, Side Event Sea Dumped Chemical Weapons, Third Review Conference of State Parties, Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW); Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC)

Co-Director, NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) MODUM, Baltic Sea


cdc_250Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Lead Writer, Expert Panel on Human Health for Underwater Chemical Weapons in US waters for Centre for Disease Control (CDC), Atlanta Georgia

isa_250International Seabed Authority
Observer, International Seabed Authority (ISA), Kingston, Jamaica, Law of the Sea

ISA oversees, exploration of rare and enriched minerals (magnesium and enriched cobalt) in some of the regions of our ocean.  Chemical Weapons dumping, occurred on a global scale in deep water and is known to migrate hundreds of kilometers on the seafloor.  IDUM hope to cooperate with ISA on issues related to technology and ensuring everyone’s safety during exploration.

helcom_250Helsinki Commission
Observer Helsinki Commission for Protection of the Baltic Sea, Head of Delegation (HOD); Ad Hoc Sea Dumped Chemical Weapons Working Group, SUBMERGED Working Group for Hazardous Wrecks and Warfare Materials

ospar_250OSPAR Commission
Observer, OSPAR Commission for Protection of the North-East Atlantic Ocean; Heads of Delegations (HOD); Environmental Impacts of Human Activities Committee (EIHA); and Offshore Industry Committee (OIC)

Co-Director, NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) MODUM, Baltic Sea



Polish Naval Academy
Scientific Committee Polish Naval Academy Marine Safety & Security Year book, Gdansk, Poland

FEI logo_2Decision Aid for Marine Munitions – DAIMON
Co-Director of DAIMON, Decision Aid for Marine Munitions, Baltic, Black and North Seas
chemsea logoChemsea
Co-Director for CHEMSEA – Search & Assessment of Chemical Weapons Baltic Sea
IMG_1698 copyPentarius Deep Sub Project
Pentarius Project “Manned” Deep Sub Dive Project in eight to ten thousand feet of water in a Chemical Weapons Site off California, including in the Mariana Trench, South Sandwich Trench and Puerto Rico Trench. Pentarius underwater vehicle has a crush rate of 32,000 feet and can go to the deepest areas of the ocean record video and sampling potential areas of concern.
green-screenGreen Screen Festival
“Deadly Depths” won best international documentary in 2015 at the German Green Screen Film Fest from more than 400 entries and a Blue Ocean Finalist.
MTS_logo_Full_Name_CMYKCo-editor 2 Marine Technology Society Journal (MTSJ); and 3 commentaries Special Issues on The Legacy of Underwater Munitions
mtsjMTSJ Vol. 43, No. 4
Commentary and Paper
MTSJ Cover 45.6MTSJ Vol. 45, No. 6
Co-Editor and Commentary
MTS46-1-CoverMTSJ Vol. 6, No. 1
Co-Editor and Commentary