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U.S., Philippine forces hold combat drills to brace for crisis

Asahi News 03 Oct 2022
and Philippine marines joined combat exercises Monday to be able to respond to any sudden crisis in a region long on tenterhooks over South China Sea territorial disputes and increasing tensions over Taiwan ... Called Kamandag the Tagalog acronym for “Cooperation of the Warriors of the Sea”--the drills involve 1,900 U.S ... Marine Lt.
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Claim: Arctic Ocean ‘acidifying’ up to four times as fast as other oceans

Principia Scientific 03 Oct 2022
Researchers from the Polar and Marine Research Institute at Jimei University, China, and the School of Marine Science and Policy at the University of Delaware in the US, say rapid sea-ice loss exposes seawater to the atmosphere, promoting takeup of carbon dioxide at a faster rate ...
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Scientists discover how fish survive extreme pressures of life in oceans

Beijing News 03 Oct 2022
Scientists have discovered how a chemical in the cells of marine organisms enables them to survive the high pressures found in the deep oceans. The deeper sea creatures live, the more inhospitable and extreme the environment they must cope with ... "Recently published research has revealed new species living at the bottom of the deep seas.
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Things to do in Miyakojima

China Daily 03 Oct 2022
Dense coral reefs, schools of tropical fish, sea turtles and plenty of space to free dive to depths of 8 to 15 meters close to the shore are standout features ... On Shimoji Island, there is a boardwalk around Tooriike, two dramatic marine ponds connected to each other and the sea by an underwater cave system.
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Key weaponry to enhance ‘KAMANDAG’ experience for participants

Manila Bulletin 03 Oct 2022
KAMANDAG, which stands for Kaagapay ng mga Mandirigma mula sa Dagat (Cooperation of the Warriors of the Sea), is a bilateral training between the Philippine Marine Corps (PMC) and the United States Marine Corps (USMC). A total of 3,760 marines and naval troops will participate in the exercise.
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Video shows a rare brawl between a pod of orcas and 2 humpback whales in ...

Yahoo Daily News 03 Oct 2022
According to the Pacific Whale Watching Association, Bigg's orcas — or transient orcas — are known to feed on marine mammals like seals, sea lions, and porpoises, but there has never been a fatality between orcas and humpback whales in the Salish Sea.
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3760 troops from PH, US, Japan, South Korea test cohesion in marine training

Manila Bulletin 03 Oct 2022
Marine and naval forces from the Philippines, United States, Japan, and South Korea kicked off on Monday, Oct ... The KAMANDAG Exercise, or Kaagapay ng mga Mandirigma mula sa Dagat (Cooperation of the Warriors of the Sea), is a bilateral training between the Philippine Marine Corps (PMC) and the United States Marine Corps (USMC).
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What we know — and don’t — about how climate change impacts hurricanes like Ian

Finger Lakes Times 03 Oct 2022
There is no ‘what would have September 2022 looked like without climate change?’ We don’t have that,” said Reed, an associate professor in the school of marine and atmospheric sciences at Stony Brook University ... Sea levels near South Florida have already risen about eight inches since 1950, according to NOAA tidal gauge data.
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Wales' climate change minister: 'Time to jump start restoration'

Yahoo Daily News 03 Oct 2022
The panel has also called for better management of protected sites on land, and more conservation areas at sea ... Experts want more of the sea to be given protected status. The panel has called for a "better, bigger and more effectively connected" portfolio of protected sites in Wales, with more of the sea set aside as marine protected areas too.
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Mariners Clinch First Postseason Berth Since 2001 on Walk-Off Home Fun

The Centralia Chronicle 02 Oct 2022
... Seager, of so much change, including three general managers, eight managers and two interim managers, of hundreds of players, of “Believe Big” to “True to the Blue” to “Sea Us Rise,” the Seattle Mariners are finally returning to the playoffs.
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Polar bears and 50 other species threatened by climate change

North Shore News 02 Oct 2022
Animals such as koalas, sea turtles, and polar bears find themselves at the heart of the crisis, and those three are just a start ... Green sea turtle ... Marine iguana ... It’s no surprise that these large marine mammals are, like their cousins, called sea cows ... The case of this marine giant is no different than that of many other sea creatures.
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Marines make 6,100-mile trans-Pacific flight in Ospreys

Stars and Stripes 02 Oct 2022
Hawaii-based Marines with Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 268 recently concluded their deployment to Australia as part of Marine Rotational Force-Darwin with a 6, 100-mile, island-hopping flight home ... The Marine Corps is in the process of returning to its roots at sea after decades of fighting in Afghan mountains and Iraqi deserts.
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'Emotional' maritime history revival in Kittery: 1930s rescue boat lands at Wood Island

Portsmouth Herald 02 Oct 2022
In a grand maritime ceremony two years in the making, the Roberts returned to the sea at the town dock at Kittery Point and was rowed by oar out to the former U.S ... Formally established in 1878, the Life Saving Service was made up of hardy men who would row out in wooden boats even during the stormiest of seas to aid mariners in distress.
photo: AP / Sergei Chuzavkov
A gas pressure gauge rises at a storage and transit point on the main gas pipeline from Russia in the village of Boyarka near the capital Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2009.
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Were Nord Stream explosions really a military accident?

Asiatimes 02 Oct 2022
Dumping sites and areas of suspicion of dumped ammunition at the German Baltic Sea coast ... Overall, fewer than 200 mines have been located and exploded at sea ... In August and early September, the US Marines, led by the USS Kearsarge Amphibious Ready Group, conducted exercises in the Baltic Sea along with a number of American allies and friends.
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How climate change impacts hurricanes like Ian

Tampa Bay Times 02 Oct 2022
There is no ‘what would have September 2022 looked like without climate change?’ We don’t have that,” said Reed, an associate professor in the school of marine and atmospheric sciences at Stony Brook University ... Sea levels near South Florida have already risen about eight inches since 1950, according to NOAA tidal gauge data.

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