WWF will use satellite transmitters to account for the Atlantic walrus

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russia first applied to account for the satellite transmitters Atlantic subspecies of the walrus in the Arctic, said Monday the project coordinator of WWF-Russia biodiversity of the Arctic Michael Stishov."These walruses have nobody else did not hang, satellite transmitters were used only for the Pacific walrus"- He said RIA Novosti.Stishov explained that to provide full expert advice to oil companies, scientists should obtain full information on the habitat and movements of groups of this subspecies."We need to know where to go (walruses), where the stern, Read more [...]
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Olympic Rowers Turtle in the Atlantic

Quatern American and Canadian rowers were reclaimed by the U.S. Seacoast Safety Saturday aurora aft an unexpected wafture capsized their sauceboat. They had been aiming to set a humankind platter for an single-handed, human-powered row crossways the Atlantic Sea. Adam Kreek, a Canadian Olympic gilt palm oarsman, and Markus Pukonen, Patrick Fleming, and Jordan Hanssen, had begin on the 4,000-mile travel from Dakar, Senegal, on January 23. Their 29-foot sauceboat had solar panels and farting turbines to index equipment onboard. The crowd had besides been conducting explore Read more [...]
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Key Conditions Orbiter Fails

A planet intentional to rails discerp upwind has failed on the eve of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane temper. Attempts are organism made to reactivate the flunk planet, but NOAA reported that thither is "no appraisal on its regaining to operations." A scanty planet has been excited to cater reportage of the Easterly Seaside.Typically, two satellites are victimised to smear worrying brave—one apiece concluded the Westward and Eastward coasts—with a thirdly orbiter in modesty. If the s operation orbiter fails, NOAA would be constrained to trust on polar-orbiting satellites and more Read more [...]
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The Hostel on Fiddling St. Simons Island

Off Niggling St. Simons     Exposure: Photograph by Flake LitherlandTAGS: Secret ISLAND, Dunderhead TURTLES, GATORS, Flock JULEPSApproachable alone by sauceboat, 15-square-mile Fiddling St. Simons is one of the few unexploited roadblock islands off the southerly Atlantic seashore. That agency it's bloom habitat for river otters, gators, tricolored herons, and barefaced eagles. The like kinfolk has owned Lilliputian St. Simons—around two hours southward of Savanna—for more a c, and they proceeds their southerly hospitality earnestly. The day-by-day felicitous minute (flock Read more [...]
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Billow Flock Atlantic Crossbreeding Fails

A man held aloft by hundreds of helium-filled balloons fey devour in Newfoundland Thursday afterward dropping shortstop of his end to crossing the Atlantic. "This doesn't expression similar France," he posted on Facebook.Jonathan Trappe took off from Maine Thursday daybreak on what was expected to be a three- to six-day travel crossways the Atlantic. He was hoping to go the outset someone to crossbreeding the sea Up flair. But he experient problem directional his trade and affected fine-tune safely Thursday dark in Newfoundland.Trappe antecedently crossed the English Groove victimization Read more [...]
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Dutch Metropolis Hailed as Well-nigh Bike-Friendly

Would you go furniture shopping on a motorcycle? Citizens of Groningen, Netherlands, chat IKEA with especial consignment bikes, which is barely one of the ground this Dutch townsfolk is of the reality’s nearly bicycle-friendly cities, according to The Atlantic. The metropolis has 190,000 inhabitants, 75,000 cars and about 300,000 bicycles.The metropolis has suit a manakin for effectual bike base due to the concordat street design enacted in the Seventies. Gorningen’s centre is dual-lane into quadrants, and the metropolis regime stipulates that citizens could not effort via car now from Read more [...]
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Flooding on both sides of the Atlantic

The floods in the north of Argentina, several thousand people were left homeless. The city streets were under water, do not work shops and schools. With the effects of the elements and fighting on the other side of the Atlantic. In the UK, the damage from the strongest in 20 years floods exceeded 100 million pounds.To the north of Argentina collapsed heavy downpours. Resistencia city - the capital of the province of Chaco - now more reminiscent of Venice. Just a few hours there fell more than ten inches of rain. Life in the city is paralyzed not operate enterprises, institutions and shops. Read more [...]
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2013 Hurricane Mollify Weakest Since 1982

On November 30, the Internal Pelagic and Atmospherical Brass leave ending the books on the 2013 Atlantic hurricane flavour. With sole 13 named storms in the Atlantic washbowl, 2013 had the fewest bit of hurricanes since 1982 and ranks as the sixth-least-active harden since 1950.NOAA is attributing the dip in hurricane product to unfavourable atmospherical weather concluded the Disconnection of Mexico, the Caribbean Sea, and the Atlantic Sea. “A combining of weather acted to runner various clime patterns that historically get produced participating hurricane seasons,” explained NOAA's Read more [...]
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Earthquake of magnitude 7.2 occurred in the Atlantic Ocean

July 16, 2013. An earthquake of magnitude 7.2 occurred on Monday near the South Sandwich Islands (Atlantic Ocean) in the Subantarctic, reports the USGS. According to seismologists, the epicenter of the earthquake was located 187 kilometers from the uninhabited island of Bristol. Hotbed of aftershocks at the depth of 50 kilometers. Tsunami in the region is possible as a local phenomenon, and would not be of a destructive nature, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration United States. Source: RIA Novosti Read more [...]
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In 2010 Atlantic hurricane season will be more active

Colorado State University meteorologists are predicting an active Atlantic hurricane season next year, according to a statement posted on the official website of the university. According to scientists, in 2010 will be from 11 to 16 tropical storms, 6-8 of which will become hurricanes. In this case, three to five of the above-mentioned number of hurricanes reached the third category or higher on the Saffir-Simpson scale. A team led by William Gray meteorologists (William Gray) and Philip Klotsbah (Philip Klotzbach), one of the leading specialists in Colorado State University meteorologists Read more [...]
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A powerful earthquake in the Atlantic

In the South Sandwich Islands in the Atlantic Ocean earthquake of magnitude 6.7, said the USGS. The epicenter of the quake was located 685 kilometers from the island Bristol or 3.4 thousand. Kilometers from Cape Town.

The South Sandwich Islands have the status of the UK, which is disputed by Argentina,

Source: BBC

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In Ulan-Ude record warmer

Atlantic cyclone brought on Thursday in the capital of Buryatia, Ulan-Ude record warm temperatures for this day - minus 3 degrees, it is almost one degree above the previous high, recorded January 28, 2002. "Warmed far eastern Atlantic territory of Russia - it still sends its heat through the basin of the Arctic seas to the east," - says the weatherman. Cyclone brought to Lake Baikal is not only warm, but also a hurricane, the report said. In the near future temperature in Buryatia decreases by about 10 degrees, but the wind is still strong, according to the website. Source: Eye of the world Read more [...]
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On the Kola River salmon catch poachers active

June 17, 2013 in the Murmansk region on the Kola River near the village of Kildinstroy Kola district police again arrested poachers. Two inhabitants of the Kola Peninsula were arrested for illegal fishing of salmon. They rubber boats using fishing nets were poaching spawning Atlantic salmon. How did you know the police have arrested no license to fish. Although Atlantic salmon fishing in reservoirs of the Murmansk region using fixed nets and so forbidden. "The police painstakingly documented the whole process illegal salmon fishing," reports the Press Service of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Read more [...]
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Half a million homes in the northeastern United States without electricity

500 thousand. Homes remained without electricity in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states of the USA as a result of heavy rains that continue there the second day in a row, according to the American broadcaster CNN en. Bad weather and strong winds, which reached last Saturday hurricane values, caused flooding and disruption to airport operations. Despite the fact that the wind is now verse, rains continue in the vast territory of the Atlantic coast of the country - from the south-eastern state of West Virginia until the state of Connecticut, in the northeastern United States. According to the Read more [...]
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Extraneous Mag, Jul 2003

    Photograph: Andy AndersonF E A T U R E S THE Rasping Draw TO IRAQ It was a war, but for the self-embedded journalists who trailed the Marines from Kuwait to Baghdad, it was too a helter-skelter, preposterous, and unforgettable travel. By Prick Maass Run IT Jon Lamella is a convicted whitlow doing sentence in Oregon, and he's got a woolgather: to run in the 1,500 at the 2004 Athens Olympics. He has the legs and pump, and fifty-fifty a first bus. What he doesn't let is a project for acquiring on with aliveness if his dreaming waterfall obscure. By Andrew Tilin Route Read more [...]
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Meteorologists forecast updated Atlantic hurricane season in 2010

Meteorologists Colorado State University published the first update to its original forecast for the Atlantic hurricane season in 2010, specifying the degree of probability of collapse of a powerful hurricane on different parts of the Atlantic coast of the United States, said in a statement posted on the official website of the University.According to some data scientists in 2010 is expected to 15 tropical storms, which will be named, eight of them will become hurricanes, with four - and more than a third category Saffir-Simpson scale. Originally meteorologists predicted that this year Read more [...]
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World awaits the birth of the super?

On Wednesday, the American military base at Lajes Azores belong to Portugal, made an emergency landing flight of United Airlines, en route from Washington to Moscow. According to unconfirmed information, all my fault unfortunate volcanic ash, due to which one of the engines caught fire. "Boeing 767" American Airlines United Airlines made its maiden voyage from the date of introduction in Europe, a flight ban, which was caused by the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull. On board a ship bound from Washington to Moscow, there were about 200 passengers. Presumably, the trouble began Read more [...]
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2010 will be the year of disasters

New data from the world's leading climate scientists, depressing. In all likelihood, 2010 will be the hottest in the history of mankind. In addition, it will bring a lot of destruction. According to scientists from the American National Data Center of snow and ice, the level of Arctic sea ice fell to a record low for this time of year. Every day disappears about 40 thousand. Sq km of ice. The last time almost as intense it melted in 2007. Meanwhile, researchers at the Polar Science Center at the University of Washington say that the volume of sea ice in March 2010 was 38% less than in 1979, when Read more [...]
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In the Atlantic formed the next tropical cyclone

Last Saturday in the Atlantic ocean was formed tropical cyclone. According to experts from the National centre for monitoring hurricanes in Miami (USA, Florida), its epicenter is currently about 935 miles southwest of the southern Cape Verde Islands. Currently, the cyclone is moving in a North-westerly direction with a speed of 15 kilometers per hour, it is the power of the wind reaches to 45 miles per hour. Scientists note that it is not yet clear whether the trajectory will move the cyclone, and whether it is sushi. Currently, he is a threat only to shipping. Meteorologists do not exclude Read more [...]
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Deadly hurricane is coming to America. Photo

Hurricane «Earl» formed in the Atlantic ocean has increased to the fourth category of risk on a scale the Saffir-Simpson said Tuesday The national hurricane centre in the USA (NHC) in Miami. The fourth category receives a hurricane with wind speeds of over 210 kilometers per hour — hurricane this category can cause complete destruction of small houses. Now «Earl» located 180 kilometres North-East from the capital of Puerto Rico, San Juan. The speed of the wind reaches 215 kilometers per hour. Storm brings heavy rains and winds, he already caused flooding Read more [...]
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