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By beach care, I'm not talking sunscreen, suntanning and skin cancer. My subject is caring for the beaches that you visit while on vacation this year (or any year for that matter). I'm on a little "eco-rant" today.
The International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, Monday ordered Japan to put a stop to whaling in the Southern Ocean. Japan has long contended that Japanese whalers operating in the Southern Ocean engage in “
More than 30 pilot whales stuck this week in a remote locality of shallow water in Florida were headed Friday to the Atlantic sea , lifting the expectations of environmentalists try to save them . "We stay warily hopeful
Tide at Bay of Fundy, Canada Bay of Fundy tides are the world highest tides and the host over 12 species of whales! Each day 100 billion tones of seawater flows in and out of the Bay of Fundy during one
Sarah Outen, a 28-year-old British adventurer, rowed solo 2816-Km from Japan to Alaska and had the first contact with humans after 5-months – she celebrated the occasion with a bottle of champagne after landing in Adak, a tiny town in the
Russia has blocked a bid by the Arctic Sunrise icebreaker of Greenpeace activists to enter the Northern Sea Route and Greenpeace looks upon this as a method to stifle their peaceful protests. This has been said by the Greenpeace
Scientists have observed that fishing lines can cause changes in swimming and diving behavior of whales because they drag the gear along. This dragging can result in slow death of the whale. Scientists used a patient-monitoring device that was
The annual southern right whale migration runs from May through to October when the whales head to protected shallow water. The whales can be sighted anywhere from the subantartic islands to as far north as the east coast of Northland. Sighting
Even before Darwin first speculated that life emerged from "some warm little pond," the book of Genesis said God prefaced the creation of humanity by making the "great sea creatures and every living thing that scurries and swarms in the water."
Lui was a world expert and his achievements will stand as a beacon for marine conservation in the Pacific region for many years to come. Masters Degree in Science and four years support for a PhD. The funding target is to achieve a permanent