Июнь 2006


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Walter Munk: Local Sea Level Could Rise 3 Feet

Temperatures in San Diego have been reaching record highs and some residents believe global warming could be to blame. A professor at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography said global warming is a real problem and…




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New Hybrid Deep-sea Vehicle Is Christened Nereus

Nereus—a mythical god with a fish tail and a man’s torso—was chosen Sunday (June 25) in a nationwide contest as the name of a first-of-its-kind, deep-sea vehicle under construction at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution….



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Snow and Ice Data Now Available in New Format

Snow and Ice Data Now Available in New Format Interactive Multisensor Snow and Ice Mapping System (IMS) Daily Northern Hemisphere Snow and Ice Analysis at 4 km and 24 km Resolution National Snow and Ice…


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OceanSAR conference, deadline — June 30

http://www.oceansar2006.com/  Adequate, accurate and timely information in support of marine monitoring, surveillance, safety and security is critical for maritime decision makers and stakeholders to effectively deliver their services. Spaceborne radar presents a technology that allows…


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Red Tide theory suggests storms fed costly bloom

ST. PETERSBURG — Here’s another reason to curse hurricanes: They may have helped fuel the Red Tide that plagued Florida’s west coast last year. The record rainfall from the four hurricanes that raked Florida in…


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Образцы коры Земли раскроют тайны планеты

Текст: Михаил Карпов Американским учёным удалось заполучить образцы коры Земли, расположенной под океаническим дном, сообщает Associated Press. Они надеются, что результаты исследований этих минералов помогут раскрыть многие тайны нашей планеты.