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PICS & VIDEO: Pregnant SA freediver swims among pregnant sharks

Independent online (SA) 14 May 2021
Freediving Diaries is a world-first freediving television series that follows Beth and her partner, MilesAquaman’ Cloutier, as they explore the ocean residents off the coasts of Mozambique and the Maldives ... “We are so fortunate to have the shark maternity ward of the oceans in ...
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Cape Ann religion news, services

Gloucester Times 14 May 2021
Church installs solar panels. Solar panels have been installed on the roof of the Annisquam Village Church at the corner of Washington and Leonard streets ... After the first meeting, the Rev ... We also recognize that climate change is affecting the health of the ocean, its inhabitants, and threatens our coastlines ... Free prom dresses ... Services ... via Zoom ... St ... .
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USGS scientists explore how hurricanes gain strength

Phys Dot Org 13 May 2021
"We were surprised to find that the direction of the approaching hurricane winds relative to the coastline kept the ocean surface layer distinctly warmer compared to the colder waters below," said USGS oceanographer Olivia Cheriton, lead author of the paper.
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Ghost Fish: After 420 Million Years in the Deeps, Modern Gillnets from Shark Fin Trade ...

GlobalResearch 13 May 2021
Bruton, a South Africa-based coelacanth expert and former director of the JLB Smith Institute of Ichthyology, also believes coelacanths may occur around the entire coastline of Madagascar and that this massive island “is likely to harbour the largest populations of coelacanths in the Western Ocean”.
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Covid-19 teaches Indian armed forces new lessons in Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief

TeluguStop 13 May 2021
By Ateet Sharma. New Delhi, May 13 ... As an undersea earthquake triggered mammoth waves that devastated long stretches of the Indian Ocean coastline, Indian warships rose to the occasion providing HADR to people well beyond India's maritime borders. But the second wave of Covid-19 have by a wide margin, dwarfed the HADR demands of the Asian Tsunami.
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Canada's oceans on the crest of a transformative decade

Info News 12 May 2021
Canada is in the enviable position of having the longest coastline in the world ... Touted as a "once-in-a-lifetime" opportunity, the Ocean Decade’s goal is to lay a new foundation in the sustainable management and development of the globe’s oceans and coastlines for the benefit of humanity.
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Andromache, a tagged great white shark, returns to N.J. coast

Atlantic City 11 May 2021
Dan Radel, Asbury Park Press ... Andromache, who was a sub-adult great white shark according to her size when she was tagged, last "pinged" at 11.33 a.m ... She ... OCEARCH ... Nukumi, who is female, swam down the New Jersey coastline last fall, appears to have traveled to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a deep rift on the ocean floor about midway between here and Europe.
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DP World to start development of Banana Port in Democratic Republic of Congo

Fresh Plaza 10 May 2021
Dubai-based global provider of end-to-end logistics solutions DP World is set to start the development of the deep sea port at Banana in the Democratic Republic of the Congo ... The port will be the DRC's first deep sea port along its 37 km coastline on the Atlantic ocean ... Photo source. DP World ... ....
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Andromache, a tagged great white shark, returns to NJ coast off Barnegat Inlet

The Doylestown Intelligencer 10 May 2021
The season's first OCEARCH-tagged great white shark reached the New Jersey coast on Saturday and is now off Long Beach Island ... OCEARCH ... Andromache was tagged Aug ... Nukumi, who is female, swam down the New Jersey coastline last fall, appears to have traveled to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a deep rift on the ocean floor about midway between here and Europe.
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DP World to start development of Banana Port in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Gulf News 09 May 2021
The objective of the amendments was to readjust the different obligations of the two parties under the project, to better support the vision of His Excellency, President Félix Tshisekedi, to develop the country's trade and logistic sector. The port will be the DRC's first deep sea port along its 37km coastline on the Atlantic ocean ... .
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DP World to start development of Banana Port in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Urdu Point 09 May 2021
The objective of the amendments was to readjust the different obligations of the two parties under the project, to better support the vision of President F�lix Tshisekedi, to develop the country's trade and logistic sector. The port will be the DRC's first deep sea port along its 37km coastline on the Atlantic ocean ... ....
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DP World set to develop deep sea port in DR Congo

Gulf Daily News 09 May 2021
DP World, a leading global provider of logistics solutions, is set to start the development of the deep sea port at Banana, following agreement on amendments to the initial contract with the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) ... The port will be the DRC's first deep sea port along its 37km coastline on the Atlantic Ocean ...  . .
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DP World to begin development of deepwater port in Congo following contract changes

The National 09 May 2021
Dubai-based ports operator DP World will start development of a greenfield deepwater port in the Democratic Republic of Congo, following amendments to the initial contract between the company and the government ... Read More ... The project will be the DRC’s first deep sea port along its 37 kilometre coastline on the Atlantic ocean ... .
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Tanner: A hurricane changed summer fun at Stoney Creek

Bluffton Today 09 May 2021
If longtime readers recall some of the memories in this column, pay it no mind ... I’m glad I was able to experience that tradition ... A combination of wind and storm surge caused extensive damage along our coastline. A huge amount of ocean sand was ushered in and deposited around the dock at Stoney Creek, making casting impossible at low tide ... Email.
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Twenty-nine tonnes in 2.5 years: The Westport man cleaning up NZ's coastlines

TVNZ 07 May 2021
Two-and-a-half years ago, Westport man Des Watson quit his full-time job to travel around the country and clean up the coastlines.  ... Des Watson has a passion for the ocean and has devoted his time to tidying up NZ’s coastlines ... Extremely passionate about the ocean and the ...
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