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A state-of-the-art oceanographic and fishery research vessel t...

A state-of-the-art floating laboratory that would take the marine researchers and oceanographers across the oceans is taking shape on the drawing board. Expert Committee constituted by the Ministry of Earth Sciences have drawn up the scientific specifications ... The Hindu, 4 days ago
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Indiatimes

The Undersea Search For Missing IAF Flight AN 32 Is Turning Out To Be Hopeless

Deep-sea search by ocean research vessel Sagar Nidhi for the remains of Indian Air Force aircraft AN 32 in Bay of Bengal for the last six days did not yield any results till Saturday evening. defencenews.in The vessel belonging to ...
 Indiatimes1 week ago Six days search did not help find debris of AN 32  Times of India1 week ago Little hope of finding survivors: Govt  Chandigarh Tribune1 week ago Missing AN-32 aircraft: Sagar Nidhi research vessel to join search operations  India Today4 weeks ago
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AFP - Science-US-Denmark-nature-animal-oceans

Science-US-Denmark-nature-animal-oceans Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Greenland sharks may live 400 years, researchers say Miami, Aug 11, 2016 (AFP) - Greenland sharks are the Earth's longest-lived vertebrates -- or creatures with a spine -- ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago More gums than Jaws: Greenland super-sharks live past 400 years old  The Register1 week ago New Research Discovers Oldest Living Vertebrate  VOA News1 week ago Long in the Tooth: The Greenland Shark May Live Four Centuries  Malaysian Digest1 week ago
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Nikkei Asian Review

Scientists to monitor deep-sea plankton for ocean health

TOKYO --Researchers from some 20 countries will set up a global network of hundreds of buoys to measure plankton activity, using these microscopic plants to gauge the impact of resource development and fishing on the health of marine ecosystems. ...
 Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago This Nekton Mission Is Giving The Ocean A Health Check-Up  Huffington Post UK1 week ago How Do You Give The Ocean A Health Check-Up?  Huffington Post UK1 week ago
Christian Science Monitor

How did one volcano confuse scientists, ocean research?

Mt. Pinatubo erupted just before the first sea level temperature-gauging satellite was launched in 1991. Why that matters. Thick ash rises from Mount Sinabung volcano during a 2015 eruption, as seen from Kuta Tengah village in Karo Regency, North ...
 Christian Science Monitor2 weeks ago How a volcano spiked ocean temperatures and tricked scientists  Christian Science Monitor2 weeks ago
EnvironmentGuru.com

Ocean Sediment Sample Holds Iron Believed To Be From A Supernova

Ocean Leadership ~ (Click to enlarge) Supernova (Credit: NASA) A team of researchers from several institutions in Germany and Austria has found possible evidence of iron from a supernova in sediment cores taken from the floor of the Pacific Ocean.
 EnvironmentGuru.com1 week ago Fukushima radioactivity diluted in the Pacific makes tracing ocean currents possible - Tue, 07/06/2016 - 12:32  European Commission1 week ago The Ocean's Great Garbage Patches Might Have Exit Doors  EnvironmentGuru.com2 weeks ago

China's 'milestone' in deep-sea research

China is capable of exploring depths of 10,000 meters below the surface of the ocean after the Tan Suo Yi Hao, the mother ship of a 4,500-meter manned submersible, returned to her home port of Sanya, Hainan province, on Friday. The vessel had just ...
 CHINAdaily.com.cn1 week ago
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Clothes that heal themselves through the power of squid teeth Researchers have invented a self-repairing mechanism for clothing using the proteins found in squid chompers.

A reef squid, Sepioteuthis lessoniana, in the Indian Ocean. ullstein bild via Are you accident-prone? Self-repairing clothing may be in your future, thanks to Walter Dressick of the Naval Research Office and Melik Demirel of Pennsylvania State ...
 CNET.co.uk1 week ago
Before It's News

Warming Oceans Spawn Deadly Bacteria

By Jonathan Springston , Associate Managing Editor, AHC Media New research adds to the troubling list of problems a warming planet poses, in this case how global warming negatively affects marine life, upsets the already-fragile food chain, and ...
 AHC Media2 weeks ago Deadly bacteria breeding more in the oceans because of global warming  Before It's News2 weeks ago Deadly Bacteria Spread across Oceans as Water Temperatures Rise  Scientific American2 weeks ago

Modern day Indian Ocean Monsoon system's abrupt onset

A team of researchers has pinpointed the abrupt onset of modern day Indian Ocean Monsoon system, offering some clues to future climate changes and sea-level rise.Their study revealed the exact timing of the onset of the modern monsoon pattern in the ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago How to improve monsoon forecast in India  Prokerala1 month ago
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