NORFOLK, Va. (November 15, 2021) – The Commander, U.S. 2nd Fleet (C2F) hosted the U.S. Coast Guard Atlantic Area and Canadian Armed Forces Joint Task Force Atlantic for talks Tripartite Staff 2021, following Frontier Sentinel Live Exercise 2021, at C2F Headquarters aboard Naval Base (NSA) Hampton Roads, Nov. 15. DuringRead More →

For thousands of years, the circulating currents of the Atlantic Ocean have continuously regulated the temperatures of Europe and North America, producing a warming effect that allows them to take advantage of relatively moderate weather conditions. But the effects of anthropogenic climate change have decreased the throughput of this vastRead More →

Medium magnitude earthquake 4.5 to 10 km deep 5 Sep 06:15 UTC: First to report: VolcanoDiscovery after 4 minutes.Sep 5 6:15 AM: Now using EMSC data updatesSep 5 6:55 AM: Magnitude recalculated from 4.6 to 4.5. Depth of hypocenter recalculated from 5.0 to 10.0 km (3.1 to 6.2 mi). EpicenterRead More →

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 →

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 →

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 →