Latest News for: Arctic shipping

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From Springsteen at Slane to U2 in the Baggott Inn, Declan Lynch looks back at the glorious gigs of his past

Irish Independent 11 Apr 2021
The drama series The Terror, set in the middle of the 19th Century, is being viewed by some as an allegory for Covid-19 times. The crews of two ships are stuck in the Arctic for two years, going increasingly mad — all the more so when their tormented imaginations are visited by flashbacks of the old world that they knew ... Or Billy Connolly ... .
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Study suggests human noises are altering ocean landscape

Beijing News 10 Apr 2021
Global warming could further alter the ocean soundscape as the melting Arctic opens up more shipping routes and wind and rainfall patterns change ... Shipping is a widespread problem, disrupting travel, foraging, communication behaviors and the ability of young fish to learn to avoid predators.
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Historically Speaking: A bit more about Elisha Brown

Fosters 10 Apr 2021
Elisha became owner of 50 Silver St ... She died in 1896 ... But he had interests other than medicine because in 1894 he was a member of the Frederick Cook Arctic expedition off the coast of Greenland, which ended with the scuttling of the expedition ship, the Miranda, and the successful recovery of the crew and passengers by another vessel ... George W ... Email.
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Russia: US military provoking tensions in Arctic

Press TV 09 Apr 2021
The US, Canada, Denmark, and Norway have all been competing with Russia to assert jurisdiction over parts of the Arctic, as melting Arctic ice opens up new opportunities for tapping resources and new shipping routes ... melting ice opens shipping lanes and reveals incredible riches.
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Bid for the dramatic Cork Harbour painting that’s stopping traffic in Skibbereen

Irish Independent 09 Apr 2021
There’s a social distancing problem in Skibbereen. Not that anyone’s breaking the regulations ... In fairness, it’s a stunner ... The painting shows two sailing ships at the entrance to Cork Harbour ... Then the ship headed north to the Arctic and tried, but failed, to meet up with Franklin’s second expedition, which was making its way north-west around Canada.
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Unlocking the Arctic: Upstream operational risk, safety and collaboration

Seatrade Maritime News 08 Apr 2021
The Arctic is a vast area which can have very different operating conditions ... The Arctic is a vast area which can have very different operating conditions ... Polar Code, improving US - Russia relations could boost Arctic shipping. We asked Klaus to explain the risks of exploration and operation in the Arctic ... Arctic Shipping.
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ANALYSIS - Russia seeks to create alternative to Suez Canal via Northern Sea Route

Anadolu Agency 08 Apr 2021
The nearly one-week blockage of the Suez Canal last month by a giant 250,000-ton container ship once again raised the issue of the search for an alternative route for world shipping ... The most important reason for this expendability is that merchant ships going from Asia to Europe have the alternative to sail around Africa's southern tip.
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Shrinking sea meadows store more carbon than forests. Scientists are racing to track what’s left

Yahoo Daily News 08 Apr 2021
Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as it is lowered into the Indian Ocean at the Saya de Malha Bank ... Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as they check for the depth in the Indian Ocean at the Saya de Malha Bank.
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Shrinking sea meadows store more carbon than forests, scientists track what’s left

New York Post 08 Apr 2021
More On.. climate change ... study ... Environment Programme (UNEP) ... But even such remote stretches of international waters face increasing incursions from shipping and industrial fishing ... Arctic Sunrise ship crew members are seen on a rigid inflatable boat as it is lowered into the Indian Ocean at the Saya de Malha Bank.Christophe Van Der Perre/Reuters ... .
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Human activities sound an alarm for sea life

Beijing News 07 Apr 2021
Global warming could further alter the ocean soundscape as the melting Arctic opens up more shipping routes and wind and rainfall patterns change ... Shipping is a widespread problem, disrupting travel, foraging, communication behaviors and the ability of young fish to learn to avoid predators.
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Arctic walrus that drifted to Ireland is now hitching rides on passing ships

TheNewsHOOK 07 Apr 2021
Arctic walrus that drifted to Ireland is now hitching rides on passing ships ....
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Trouble in paradise: Travelling Aussie couple famous for their incredible photos and incredibly lavish $1.2million ...

The Daily Mail 07 Apr 2021
Lauren said the decision was 'for sure the hardest' she has ever made, before cryptically adding ... The dream is over ... She continued ... more videos. 1 2 3. Watch video ... Russia military launch 'onyx' anti-ship missile in the Arctic ... Russia military launch 'onyx' anti-ship missile in the Arctic ... Russia military launch 'onyx' anti-ship missile in the Arctic ... .
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Bolidt Supplies for World’s Most Advanced Research Vessel

The Maritime Executive 07 Apr 2021
While OceanXplorer can be considered a unique and groundbreaking ship, Bolidt was able to ... To date, the Netherlands-based company has delivered cutting-edge decking products tailored to the requirements of navy vessels, arctic expedition ships, hydrographic survey vessels and more.
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Is Iran ready for reconciliation with America?

The Independent 07 Apr 2021
Read more.Covid has eroded the gender progress of the last 25 years – bodily autonomy is still a human rightI’m set to board Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise ship and expose the threats to our oceansPeople of colour are often written out of history, but period dramas can provoke important conversations.
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US military claims to be monitoring Russian activities in Arctic

Press TV 06 Apr 2021
Kirby said the US understood that the Arctic region was becoming “vulnerable to expanded competition.” ... The US, Canada, Denmark, and Norway have all been competing with Russia to assert jurisdiction over parts of the Arctic, as melting Arctic ice opens up new opportunities for tapping resources and new shipping routes.
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