SOURCE: Marine Exploration, Inc.

February 27, 2008 15:31 ET

Marine Exploration, Inc. Details Its Joint Venture Partner's State-of-the-Art Design, Engineering, Contracting and Development of One-of-a-Kind Magnetometer Systems for Use in Its Survey for Specific Sunken Vessels

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - February 27, 2008) - Marine Exploration, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MEXP) is pleased to report that Burt D. Webber, Jr., at the helm of its Joint Venture Partner, Hispaniola Ventures, LLC, has worked directly with Geometrics, D&B Enterprises and Ocean Images, Inc. on the design, development and testing of two custom diver operated G-882 cesium Magnetometer systems that will be used in the survey and location of the target vessels. This system includes a newly developed wooie generator board that translates the sensor output data stream into LED numerical readout of the total magnetic field and comparable audio signals to the diver's headset.

Additionally, Webber was the innovator of the first diver operated cesium magnetometers developed by Varian & Associates in 1978. The new, one-of-a-kind Magnetometer system to be used in the Dominican Republic expedition will provide invaluable technical aids to Webber's team, the likes of which have never existed before.

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