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Marine Corps recognizes first responders on Okinawa for water rescue near Camp Schwab

Stars and Stripes 16 Apr 2021
... Marines carried out to sea by a treacherous tide. The Marines were kayaking from seaside Camp Schwab, on the island’s northeast coast, when they were sucked out to sea, Timothy Johnson, the Marine Corps Installations Pacific regional deputy fire chief, said Thursday by phone.
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Tokyo must keep in mind wastewater dumping is global issue

China Daily 16 Apr 2021
... countries and the whole marine ecosystem ... The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea stipulates that "states have the obligation to protect and preserve the marine environment", and urged that all necessary measures be taken to avoid cross-border environmental disasters.
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Fukushima surfer, shop owner alarmed at water release plan, fears ‘contaminated sea’

Metro USA 16 Apr 2021
But that did not kill his love of the sea. The 66-year-old reopened Sun Marine Surf in November of the following year in a new location in Minamisoma city, a few kilometres from the coast, and he visits the beaches of Fukushima Prefecture daily to surf ... Koji Suzuki, a surfer and a surf shop owner, by the sea in Minamisoma.
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The world must pressure Japan to change decision on Fukushima water

China Daily 16 Apr 2021
In fact, the US administration is clear that discharging such a huge volume of radioactive water into the sea, even after treating and filtering it, will damage the global marine environment ... reverse its decision, in order to protect the global marine environment and human health.
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A cheap solution for Japan, costly to the rest

China Daily 16 Apr 2021
According to Tokyo Electric Power Company, the operator of the nuclear power plant, most of the radioisotopes, except tritium, can be eliminated, and discharging the water into the sea will not pollute the marine environment ... How long the pollution will affect the marine ...
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12 missing crew members from capsized Seacor Power lift boat could still be trapped on ...

The Daily Mail 16 Apr 2021
The boat owned by Seacor Marine capsized on Tuesday in the face of hurricane-force winds in the high seas ... They have also declared the incident a 'major marine casualty,' although the definition of that can be vague.
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Julian Proctor leads new green leasing entity

Splash24/7 16 Apr 2021
Purus Marine will serve the industrial shipping, short-sea, ferry, offshore wind and maritime environmental remediation sectors ... “As the maritime industry confronts the challenges of climate change, Purus Marine is strongly positioned to meet ...
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Chinese nuclear expert calls on Japan to prudently handle Fukushima radioactive wastewater issue

People Daily 16 Apr 2021
Japan’s decision to dump contaminated radioactive wastewater into the sea will impact the fishery and marine ecology, and has sparked strong opposition from the Japanese people and the international community, especially neighboring countries, Wu noted.
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China summons Japanese ambassador to lodge representations over Japan's decision to dump nuclear wastewater

Sina 16 Apr 2021
Wu lodged solemn representations against the Japanese government's decision to dump the wastewater from the Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea. Wu said Japan's relevant decision disregarded the global marine environment, the safety of international public health, and the security interests of people from the surrounding countries.
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‘Bising’ now a typhoon, Signal No. 1 seen over parts of Northern, Eastern Samar as ...

Manila Bulletin 16 Apr 2021
(PAGASA / MANILA BULLETIN) ... PAGASA said Bising has no direct effect yet over the country as of Friday ... PAGASA warned that Bising could also trigger rough to very rough seas over the eastern seaboards of Visayas and Mindanao in the next 24 hours. It advised mariners of small sea vessels to take precautionary measures when venturing out to sea.� ... .
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Bottom trawling must be banned immediately – it’s destroying our oceans

The Independent 16 Apr 2021
Shocking new research in the journal Nature, conducted by 26 marine biologists and climate experts, has revealed that the carbon emissions released from ancient sea-bed stores into ocean waters from bottom trawling fisheries reach a billion tonnes every year ...
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Typhoon Bising threatens Northern Samar, Eastern Samar

Sun Star 16 Apr 2021
In the next 24 hours, the typhoon will bring rough to very rough seas (2.8 to 4.5 meters) over the eastern seaboards of Visayas and Mindanao. Mariners of small seacraft are advised to take precautionary measures when venturing out to sea.
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PAGASA Severe Weather Bulletin #1 for: Typhoon "Bising" (Surigae) - Tropical Cyclone: Alert, Issued at 11:00 am, 16 April 2021

Reliefweb 16 Apr 2021
Hazards affecting land areas ... In the next 24 hours, “BISING” will bring rough to very rough seas (2.8 to 4.5 m) over the eastern seaboards of Visayas and Mindanao. Mariners of small seacrafts are advised to take precautionary measures when venturing out to sea ... .
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Bill Blancato: Celebrate Earth Day by calling Congress

Winston-Salem Journal 16 Apr 2021
One of those costs was the January 1969 oil spill off Santa Barbara, Calif., which killed sea birds and marine mammals such as dolphins and elephant seals and fouled more than 30 miles of coastline ... Rising seas threaten the coast ... Many more coastal communities will need millions, if not billions of dollars, to fend off the sea.
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Sci-fi film 'Seobok' opens, topping local box offices

Korea Times 16 Apr 2021
Sci-fi film "Seobok" hit theaters on Thursday. Courtesy of CJ ENM. By Lee Gyu-lee. The sci-fi action film, "Seobok," finally premiered after a COVID-induced delay, Thursday topping local box offices ... The two share their knowledge of the sea with each other when Yak-jeon starts to write a guidebook on marine life for poor people ... Since premiering Jan ... .
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