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UK South Coast: RYA Welcomes Navitus Bay Wind Park Decision (11 Sep 2015)

UK South Coast: RYA Welcomes Navitus Bay Wind Park Decision

The decision announced today (Friday, 11 September) by Energy Minister Lord Bourne was to refuse the application by Navitus Bay ... (Read more)

New Zealand, Northland: Tightening up of restrictions for new arrivals following the discovery of a highly invasive marine pest (06 Sep 2015)

New Zealand, Northland: Tightening up of restrictions for new arrivals following the discovery of a highly invasive marine pest

See full report by NZ Herald . The discovery of a highly invasive marine pest on a boat moored in ... (Read more)

Birding Aboard “SeaBC” Has Sailors Reporting Unusual Birds (10 Aug 2015)

Birding Aboard “SeaBC” Has Sailors Reporting Unusual Birds

St. Augustine, FL (August 4, 2015) The “SeaBC” is a citizen science project coordinated by long-distance birdwatching sailors from around ... (Read more)

Mounting threat to Galapagos from 'El Nino' (29 Jul 2015)

Mounting threat to Galapagos from 'El Nino'

As reported by by AFP. The archipelago sustains a vast variety of plant and animal life, and has been recognized ... (Read more)

Caribbean: Massive quantities of Pelagic Sargassum (brown seaweed) (07 Jun 2015)

Caribbean: Massive quantities of Pelagic Sargassum (brown seaweed)

The following information is taken from the Trinidad & Tobago Guardian . There is also a good report on this ... (Read more)

The Ocean CleanUp: World's first ocean cleaning system to be deployed in 2016 (21 May 2015)

The Ocean CleanUp: World's first ocean cleaning system to be deployed in 2016

The array is projected to be deployed in Q2 2016.  The feasibility of deployment off the coast of Tsushima, an ... (Read more)

Become a Citizen Oceanographer: Help Scientists Close the Data Gap (21 Jan 2015)

Become a Citizen Oceanographer: Help Scientists Close the Data Gap

http://currents.bluewatercruising.org/ Planning an open ocean cruise? If so, you are the key to helping scientists better understand the health of ... (Read more)

Raising awareness of the ocean's fragile ecosystems - The unexpected beauty of PLANKTON (17 Aug 2014)

Raising awareness of the ocean's fragile ecosystems - The unexpected beauty of PLANKTON

Read full review at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ Some people may think that plankton are nothing but characterless food for fish and whales.  ... (Read more)

Hawaii: German Yacht Skipper Appears in Court in Kona, (25 May 2014)

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23 May 2014 The skipper and owner of a German registered 47ft French built sailing yacht appeared in court yesterday ... (Read more)

Hawaii: Authorities up the ante on anchor damage to coral (11 May 2014)

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by Khon2/Sail-World Cruising Under Hawaii's newly amended coral rules, which took effect on May 1, each damaged coral head or ... (Read more)