A sailor from Floyd, Virginia, assigned to Bahrain’s Public Works Department (PWD), Naval Facilities Engineering Command Europe Central (NAVFAC EURFACEN), was recently recognized as Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command, Atlantic, Sea Sailor of the Year. “I joined the Navy because I wanted to change, to serve my country, to experienceRead More →

BOSTON, Massachusetts.– Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc., the farming cooperative owned by more than 700 farming families, today announced a collaboration with Atlantic Sea Farms, a women-led regenerative kelp aquaculture company also local to New -Maine-based England for use of ingredients in Atlantic Sea Farms Cranberry Kelp Cubes. The sustainably grownRead More →

The sustainably grown kelp product further expands Ocean Spray’s functional ingredient and product portfolio. “Cranberry Kelp Cubes offer a way to combine two powerful superfoods from regenerative farming practices that provide consumers with an easy way to enhance their daily diets and reap the health benefits of these nutrient-rich family-farmedRead More →

Sea nettle jellyfish / Courtesy of the Department of Environmental Management CHARLESTOWN, RI (WLNE) – Rhode Island’s Department of Environmental Management (DEM) on Wednesday issued an advisory that Atlantic sea nettle jellyfish were spotted in large numbers in two ponds in Charlestown. Jellyfish have been identified in the Ninigret andRead More →

Air temperature deviations of 2m in spring 2018 compared to climatology. Credit: Kaiqiang Deng Changes in surface air temperature in the spring can have significant impacts on human health and have significant socio-economic consequences. Therefore, it is of great interest to understand and predict variations in spring temperatures. However, theRead More →

By Lookout on February 11, 2018 with 1 Comments Royal Canadian Navy personnel salute and salute as 423 Maritime Helicopter Squadron completes its final flight with CH-124 Sea King helicopters over the Port of Halifax on January 26. DND Photo RCAF Public Affairs ~ 423 Maritime Helicopter Squadron completed itsRead More →

Jason blair Former Nelsonian Jack Grinsted climbs the Faroe Islands A trio of New Zealand mountaineers, including Nelson Jack Grinsted, have successfully conquered a previously un-climbed rock face known as Witch’s Finger in the subarctic Faroe Islands. Jason blair New Zealand mountaineer Dave McKinney climbing the iconic Trollkonufingur in theRead More →