Month: April 2014

One more day on Earth

While not being cynical I always have a “raised-eyebrow amusement” when we take a day and recognize our relationship to things as fundamental to our existence as Women, The Ocean, or in the case of today, the Earth. I’m glad…

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Guest Post on Mission Blue: UN IMO Shipping Noise Standards

I was invited to write a guest post on the new IMO standards for the Mission Blue website. The upshot is that the United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted a set of noise guidelines that if followed by member…

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Beaked whale strandings associated with NATO navy exercises

Yesterday, April 1st five beaked whales were found stranded near Ierapetra on the south-east side of the Greek Island of Crete. This stranding occurred concurrently with an annual Greek, Israeli, and US Joint Naval operation named “Nobel Dina 2014” where…

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