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NOIA Safety in Seas Awards Nominations Due Friday
The 2017 NOIA (National Ocean Industries Association) Safety in Seas Awards competition is still open–with only two days left to submit nominations.
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2018 Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship Competition Now Open
The 2018 National Sea Grant College Program Dean John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowship competition is now open. Students enrolled
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Hazmat Inventory Certifications for Ship Recycling
DNV GL and Norddeutsche Reederei H. Schuldt have signed a contract to carry out Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) certifications
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Polar Code Now in Force
Melting sea ice is stirring major business and political interest in the polar regions. To address this, the IMO put
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Algae Forms Bright Ring Around Antarctica
Every year during the austral summer (when it’s winter in North America), satellite imagery reveals a wide belt of unusually
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ST January Issue Is Out!
Our January 2017 issue is out! It’s out Annual Review & Forecast, featuring insightful articles from thought leaders in government
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Your Shampoo Bottle Could Be Made of Ocean Trash
Plastic debris in the oceans is a growing problem, and Procter & Gamble is getting in on a solution by
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Possible New Marine Sanctuaries in Wisconsin, Maryland
NOAA is proposing to designate two new marine sanctuaries: a 1,075-sq. mi. area of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin and a
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Engineered Floating Wetlands Can Clean Up Water
A group from Saint Francis University in Pennsylvania and the University of Oklahoma has found that engineered floating wetlands show
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Oyster Restoration Gets Boost in Florida
Harris Corp. employee volunteers developed an oyster bagging machine to help restore and preserve the Indian River Lagoon in Florida.
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