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Shot in the arm for Wales’s floating wind supply chain

The Engineer 18 Jun 2024
Swansea-based Marine Power Systems (MPS) has been developing its Pelaflex system for several years, a tetrahedral platform designed to tap into the floating wind opportunity in the Celtic Sea and beyond.
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Fossil reveals 246-million-year-old reptile that dominated super-ocean

Interesting Engineering 18 Jun 2024
We show that these ancient sea reptiles lived in a shallow coastal environment teeming with marine creatures within what was then the southern polar circle,” said Benjamin Kear from The Museum of Evolution at Uppsala University and lead author.
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What Will Replace the Marine Corps?

The American Spectator 18 Jun 2024
Since 2019, the Marine Corps has largely abandoned its amphibious capability in favor of a limited mission of deterring or fighting a war with China in the South China Sea, all to fulfill the vision of the former Marine Corps Commandant Gen.
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Mysterious deep-sea

The Daily Mail 18 Jun 2024
Despite the crucial role that deep-sea squid play in the wider ocean food chain, and even the commercial fishing industry, very little about these creatures is currently well understood by marine science.
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Experts focus on North Shore, South Shore sea level rise at nextLI town hall

Newsday 18 Jun 2024
Experts in local government, the insurance industry, the environment and marine science explored how sea level rise could affect South Shore and North Shore communities during a nextLI Town Hall that airs Tuesday on NewsdayTV.
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Invasive seaweed caulerpa proves elusive for divers

RNZ 18 Jun 2024
Omaha Cove is a short distance south of Te Hāwere-a-Maki/Goat Island Marine Reserve and Auckland's University's Leigh Marine Laboratory ... It grows quickly and forms dense mats across the sea bed that smother other forms of marine life.
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Corals in marine park in danger

The Star 18 Jun 2024
KOTA KINABALU. Corals at the Tunku Abdul Rahman marine park here are suffering from bleaching due to changes in sea temperature and water quality, among other factors. Read full story ... .
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Shore Climate Change

Tillamook Headlight Herald 18 Jun 2024
A 15-year period ending in 2020 that included a marine heat wave and a sea star wasting disease epidemic saw major changes in the groups of organisms that live along the rocky shores of the Pacific Northwest ....
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Two furry recruits join the Spanish turtle watch brigade

Spanish News Today 18 Jun 2024
She was joined by researchers and conservationists who shared insights into their work with sea turtles, emphasising the significance of these initiatives for the marine world ... a sea turtle in need.
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Greece Lost 250 Sq Km of Its Beaches in 30 Years Due to Climate Change

Greek Reporter 18 Jun 2024
Published in the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, the study says that the seafront of the ancient city of Delos is subject to the effects of the sea rise, which have caused significant ...
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Download these two apps to track shark activity off of Cape Cod this summer

Cape Cod Times 18 Jun 2024
But did you know there's actually ways to track them and learn more about these iconic sea creatures?. Two marine advocacy organizations have created tools to inform the public about shark behavior and movement.
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Denmark seeks dark fleet restrictions in the Baltic

Splash24/7 18 Jun 2024
“The threat to the safety of navigation and the marine environment in the Baltic Sea is not the tankers with Russian oil, but the sanctions that the West has imposed on Russia,” Barbin told Reuters.
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Judge orders railway to pay Washington tribe nearly $400 million for trespassing with oil trains

CNN 18 Jun 2024
The route crosses sensitive marine ecosystems along the coast, over water that connects with the Salish Sea, where the tribe has treaty-protected rights to fish ... The 1991 easement limited rail traffic to one train of 25 cars per day in each direction.
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