Latest News for: Marine resources


Delegation seeks federal funds for crab assessment

Victoria Advocate 07 Oct 2022
“This year’s blue crab winter dredge survey, which is conducted annually by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, brought bad news,” wrote National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration communications specialist Kim Couranz.

Marine Resources launches its Salary Survey Report 2022 for the Leisure Marine industry (BMF - British Marine Federation)

Public Technologies 06 Oct 2022
Specialist recruitment consultancy Marine Resources has released its Marine Industry Salary Survey Report 2022 ... Marine Resource's CEO and Founder, James Ward, commented ... Marine Resources advises anyone who has more questions or requires deeper insight to contact them directly on (0) 2380 633 399.

Advancing Oceanographic Data Collection in Gulf of Guinea

This Day 06 Oct 2022
This falls under the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) number 14 ‘Life Below Water’, which is anchored on conserving and sustainably using the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development ... John Paul Unyimadu, said resources in GoG marine life are very enormous.

RV Tom Crean: New research vessel begins service in Kerry

RTE 06 Oct 2022
Speaking at the commissioning in Dingle Harbour Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue said ... "Our new multi-purpose research vessel will enhance Ireland’s capacity to undertake international collaborative research to acquire the ocean data and knowledge essential to managing our vast marine resources ... Marine Institute).

New study maps blue carbon stored in Jersey waters

Yahoo Daily News 06 Oct 2022
Researchers from the government's marine resources team used biological and geological evidence to identify the levels of "blue carbon" in the island's waters. Blue carbon is the name given to carbon locked away in marine habitats.


The Lincoln County News 06 Oct 2022
The Department of Marine Resources (DMR) has received a complete application for the following. ... .

Five named Francis M. Barnes Scholars

Reflector 06 Oct 2022
Five 2022 Martin County graduates join the ranks of being named a Francis M. Barnes Scholar ... Francis M ... Rodolfo Martinez Barron graduated from South Creek High School ... He attends N.C ... His love of Martin County and the Roanoke River has fueled his desire to focus on conservation and the protection of wildlife, marine species and natural resources ... .

Calista Corporation and Alaska Communications Will Bring Affordable, High-Speed Broadband to Seven Tribal Communities in Alaska

Hastings Tribune 06 Oct 2022
BETHEL, Alaska--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 6, 2022-- ... This press release features multimedia. View the full release here ... Photo. Calista Corporation ... Calista Corporation ... defense contracting, construction, real estate, environmental services, natural resource development, marine transportation, oilfield services, and heavy equipment sales, service and rentals.

Balancing the sustainable management and biodiversity of our ocean

GreenBiz 05 Oct 2022
This article is sponsored by Marine Stewardship Council ... diverse food resources ... In order to meet the needs of the future, we need to find solutions that consider sustainable use of marine resources and protection of critical indicators of ecosystem health, such as biodiversity.

Proactive responses are most effective for fighting marine disease, research shows

Phys Dot Org 05 Oct 2022
"The COVID outbreak has shown how devastating disease outbreaks can be in people, and diseases in the marine environment are no different ... Managing marine disease is challenging and several management tools need further development or resources to be effective, but there are many strategies we can use.".

Arrest made in connection with fatal Camp Michindoh boating accident

The Hillsdale Daily News 05 Oct 2022
3 by the Hillsdale County Sheriff’s Office on one count of marine safety — negligent crippling or death. The rare crime falls under the natural resources and environmental protection Act 451 of 1994 and is punishable by up to two years in prison and/or a $2,000 fine.

Dam disagreement could doom Skowhegan mill to same fate as Jay mill

Bangor Daily News 05 Oct 2022
Brad Farrin of Norridgewock represents District 3 in the Maine Senate ... 2 and No. 3 machines were idled ... And indications show that Gov ... Since then, it’s been quite apparent that Mills has allowed the Department of Marine Resources (DMR) and Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to either jeopardize or prevent its relicensure ... This is hypocritical.

New technologies for greener shipping

The Manila Times 04 Oct 2022
... implement the United Nations 2030 agenda for sustainable development which set out 17 Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs especially SDG 13 on climate change, SDG 14 on sustainable use of the ocean seas and marine resources, and SDG 9 on industry innovation and infrastructure.

Marin school campus will be shelter for unaccompanied migrant youths

East Bay Times 04 Oct 2022
During that period 358 were released to sponsors in Marin, up from 246 in fiscal year 2021 ... of Education trustee, responding to the Marin number ... n the past, additional support has been provided to migrant minors by North Marin Community Services and Bay Area Community Resources.

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