Studies suggest that changes in sea surface temperatures in the equatorial Atlantic Ocean have gained influence over the summer monsoon in India and could affect rains as does El Niño in the Pacific Ocean. Scientists found that slight deviations from the mean equatorial Atlantic sea surface temperatures – warming or
In partnership with 16 small kelp farms along the Maine coast, Atlantic Sea Farms in Saco is looking to reach more consumers with a number of initiatives underway. Atlantic Sea Farms was originally Ocean Approved, the country’s first kelp farm, with farms off Portland and a processing plant in Saco.
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 its
South Atlantic sea turtles do not passively ride dominant currents as is historically assumed, but actively swim and orient themselves to stay offshore. Depending on whether they hatch early, in the middle or at the end of the hatching season of sea turtles, they travel in different and sometimes opposite
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 the
Anna Saranteas had no restaurant experience when she purchased Atlantic Sea Grill at 77 Great Road in Acton in February 2015. The dining experience, however, was another matter. “I have had many parties and cooked every day of my life,” she said. “It was my passion. This opportunity arose and
And through the ground came a bubbling greenhouse gas. Researchers have found 570 plumes of methane leaking from the seabed off the eastern seaboard of the United States, a surprisingly large number of seeps in a relatively calm part of the ocean. The seeps suggest that the contribution of methane