Sea-Bird Scientific Forms New Science Team

Bellevue, Washington Oct 1st, 2013

Sea-Bird Scientific is pleased to announce the formation of a new senior Science Team led by Norge Larson. The Science Team will focus scientific resources from Sea-Bird Electronics, WET Labs and Satlantic on the critical needs of the oceanographic and water quality communities to drive innovation and sensor technology development across Sea-Bird Scientific.

“Our new science structure affirms our commitment to developing the best science tools for the world’s researchers,” said Norge. “I started my career at Sea-Bird helping to develop the science behind our sensors and I look forward to bringing a full time focus on strengthening our scientific capabilities.” This newly formed Science Team will be a critical part of Sea-Bird Scientific.


Sea-Bird Scientific’s new President is Casey Moore. “We will continue to support our global customers as they take on our world’s water challenges,” said Casey, “Our approach will be to relentlessly innovate new and improved sensors and platforms for the challenging environments where our customers work.”


Casey, Norge and the entire Sea-Bird Scientific team are pleased to leverage this new organizational structure to continue to deliver leading scientific solutions along with the best performance and quality in the industry.