Friday 03 August 2012
Sunken boat spills oil into Napier harbourNew Zealand Herald | 03 Aug 2012
Up to 200 litres of diesel oil may have been spilt in the Napier inner harbour during the past few days after a private fishing vessel was discovered fully submerged in the spot it had been moored.
A Change of CourseWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution | 03 Aug 2012
Scientist turns kayak into research vehicle to map changing conditions in North Carolina inlet
To Greenland's Frozen CoastWoods Hole Oceanographic Institution | 03 Aug 2012
On 26 July, 2012 our ocean-science party, with members from Iceland, Norway, Germany, the Netherlands, and the United States, will board the northbound British Royal Research Ship James Clark Ross in Reykjavik, Iceland for a thirty-day expedition along the East Greenland Coast to the High-Arctic...
Indian Ocean Rising: Maritime Security and Policy Challenges (Book)stimson.org | 03 Aug 2012
Indian Ocean Rising: Maritime Security and Policy Challenges explores the evolving security, socio-economic, commercial, and environmental trends that will shape the Indian Ocean region in the coming decades and examines their implications for decision-makers and stakeholders.
China Bans Shark Fin Soup at Official BanquetsSave our seas | 03 Aug 2012
In a major development, the worlds main consumer of shark fins, China, has announced that it will ban shark fin soup from all official banquets. The Government Offices Administration of the State Council announced that it will take up to three years to implement the ban, but given the right circumstances this could happen quicker.
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