Loading Something is loading. In the 2004 film “The Day After Tomorrow”, a climatologist played by Dennis Quaid warns world leaders against rapid climate change. The key factor is an ocean current system called the Atlantic Meridional Reversing Circulation (AMOC), which moves warm water from the equatorial tropics to EuropeRead More →

The story at a glance: Divers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration saw a yellow sea sponge and a pink starfish resembling SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star. Specifically, the sea creatures are a Hertwigia sponge and a Chondraster starfish. Starfish are carnivorous and eat sponges in real life. MarineRead More →

Smoke from several wildfires burning across California and Oregon has reached the Atlantic Ocean, a National Weather Service meteorologist confirmed on Tuesday. More than a dozen wildfires are burning in the West, some spanning over 100,000 acres. The smoke generated by these fires has a long tail, spreading across theRead 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 →

The crew and crane operator of Coast Guard Campbell (WMEC 909) unload approximately 7,250 pounds of cocaine at Port Everglades, Fla. On February 4, 2021. Campbell’s crew patrolled the eastern Pacific Ocean in support of counter-narcotics operations in the Western Hemisphere disrupt transnational criminal organizations. US Coast Guard / PettyRead More →

MIAMI – Two coast guards based in the Atlantic area unloaded more than $ 330 million in illegal narcotics Thursday and Monday at Port Everglades, Fort. Lauderdale, Florida. Coastguard Campbell’s crew unloaded more than 7,200 pounds of cocaine on Thursday, worth more than $ 123 million, and Coast Guard HarrietRead More →

South Atlantic area of ​​global contention? US Coast Guard heads to South America to patrol IUU fishing Friday, January 1, 2021 – 22:41 UTC “This is the service’s first patrol in South America in recent memory, engaging partners such as Guyana, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina and Portugal.” Vice-Admiral Steven Poulin, CommanderRead More →

Written by Logbook staff Vice-Admiral Steven Poulin, the incoming Commander of Coast Guard Atlantic Command, addresses the public during his change of command ceremony in Portsmouth, Va., June 10, 2020. Poulin relieved the vice- Admiral Scott Buschman. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Stephen Lehmann. The ViceRead 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 →

View over Almeria, Spain (source: flickr / Roberto, creative commons) The GeoAtlantic project, funded by the European Union, aims to contribute to European strategies to promote sustainable and intelligent growth, based on the endogenous resources of the Atlantic regions, in particular geothermal energy. One of the goals of the EU’sRead 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 →