Monday, March 14, 2011

Today's ocean news

What's ocean news right now? It's not the fragile ocean that needs our protection. It's how oceans affect people.

  1. Indian Ocean could help combat climate change

    ABC Online - 6 hours ago
    New research has found the Indian Ocean absorbs three times more carbon dioxide than the Atlantic Ocean. Scientists believe the findings mean the Indian ...

    ABC Online
  2. Scientist is CSI guy for unlucky ocean mammals

    Myrtle Beach Sun News - Bo Petersen - 11 hours ago
    McFee is the National Ocean Service's marine mammal stranding program scientist for the region. His job is necropsy, the autopsy work on ocean animals that ...
  3. Warners Recalls 'Hereafter' From Japanese Theaters Due To Tsunami ...

    Ecorazzi - 14 minutes ago
    In an unfortunate twist of poor timing, Matt Damon's “Hereafter” film – which features a dramatic scene recreating the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami – is ...
    Matt Damon Deleted From Japan's Screens—Why?- E! Online (blog)
    'Hereafter' Is Pulled From Japanese Theaters- New York Times (blog)
    'Hereafter' pulled from Japanese cinemas- Digital Spy
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  4. Japan earthquake: Survivor was swept 10 miles into the ocean - Julian Ryall - Martin Evans - 17 hours ago
    Hiromitsu Shinkawa, 60, was plucked to safety after being noticed in the open ocean by the crew on ...
    Man rescued from roof of house in ocean- Hamilton Spectator
    Tears after two days adrift at sea- The Australian
    Rescued nine miles out to sea, the man washed away on his house- Independent
    ABC Action News -
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    ABC Online
  5. India's advanced tsunami-warning system comparable to the best in ...

    AHN | All Headline News - 2 hours ago
    "We were able to issue the first bulletin just seven minutes after the massive quake in Japan, ruling out a tsunami threat for the Indian Ocean," said the ...
    India has effective system to issue Tsunami alerts: Official- Economic Times
    'Efficacy of Indian Early Tsunami Warning System proved'- The Hindu
    No tsunami threat to India, says expert body- Sify
    Los Angeles Times - Deccan Chronicle
    all 172 news articles »

    Hindu Business Line
  6. Naked rower aims for ocean record

    The Press Association - 22 hours ago
    An ambitious rower plans to set a new world record by becoming the youngest male to cross the Indian Ocean on his own. But Kildare man Keith Whelan will be ...
    Naked Adventurer set to depart for gruelling Indian Ocean rowing ...- JOE
    all 131 news articles »

    Goole Today
  7. Union calls for double pay for sailors in Indian Ocean as well as Gulf - David Badger - 3 hours ago
    The ITF now wants recognition that the threat of piracy now extends well beyond the Gulf into the Indian Ocean. According to IMEC Secretary General Giles ...
  8. Odyssey Executes Second Contract of 2011 With Clients of Robert ... - 4 hours ago
    Odyssey Marine Exploration, Inc. (Nasdaq:OMEX) is engaged in deep-ocean exploration using innovative methods and state-of-the-art technology. ...
  9. The Big Guns Of Ocean Freight And Shipping Interests Open Fire On ...

    The Handy Shipping Guide - 15 hours ago
    ... held captive after their abduction at sea whilst sailing in the Indian Ocean. Now some of the shipping industries biggest players are demanding action. ...
    Indian navy captures 61 pirates on Mozambican ship- BBC News
    Somali pirates cut ransoms to clear hijacked ships- Reuters Africa
    Piracy and safety of sea traffic- Ceylon Daily News
    Strategy Page
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    The Hindu
  10. Fearsome new ocean animals at underwater world

    Surrey Comet - 8 hours ago
    The ocean animals in the centre will be joined by some fearsome new neighbours – eight sharks, which include two new bonnethead sharks. ...

1 comment:

Mike Misner said...

Hi Mark,

Wonder what your reaction is to this Op-ed in y'day NYT. Maybe you know this professor being from your area (not accounting your current Swiss location)?

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