This paper presents highlights of the report of the 16th International Ship and Offshore Structure Congress (ISSC) I.1 Environment Committee presented in August 2006 in Southampton, UK. Subjects addressed include notable accomplishments in the study of the marine environment pertinent to the design and operation of ships and offshore structures. These include advances in the past three years with respect to sensing, modeling and analysis of environmental data, discussion of rogue waves, climate change and parametric roll, and recommendations for further research.

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