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Simulated leakage of high pCO2 water negatively impacts bivalve dominated infaunal communities from the Western Baltic Sea

Carbon capture and storage is promoted as a mitigation method counteracting the increase of atmospheric CO2 levels. However, at this stage, environmental consequences of potential CO2 leakage from sub-seabed storage sites are still largely unknown. Show More Summary

Baltic Cruise with Viking Ocean – Episode 525

Hear about a Baltic Cruise on Viking Ocean as the Amateur Traveler talks to Mary Jo Manzanares from about their recent Viking Homelands cruise on the Viking Sea. Chris, Mary Jo […] The post Baltic Cruise with Viking...Show More Summary

Massive Substation ‘Andalucía’ Sets Sail For 350 MW German Offshore Wind Farm

One of the world’s largest offshore substations departed from Cadiz in Southern Spain this past weekend, setting sail for the 350 MW Wikinger offshore windfarm in the German zone of the Baltic Sea. The ‘Andalucía’ substation was built...Show More Summary

Pike's Gut in Hanko, Finland

Just off the southernmost tip of the Finnish mainland sit Tullholmen and Kobben Islands. Huddling close to one another where the Gulf of Finland meets the Baltic Sea, the islands are separated by a narrow strait that is home to a unique...Show More Summary

USMC to Begin Mass Repairs on CH-53E Fleet | Israeli AF Training Helicopter Acquisition Prgm in Final Stages | AMDU Begins Mine Mapping Mission in Baltic Sea

Americas The USMC has announced the beginning of a mass repair effort of its CH-53E fleet following the fatal crash of one in 2014. In total, 147 of the aging heavy lift helicopters will undergo the reset over a three-year period. Each helicopter will undergo a 110 process where it will be stripped down, rebuilt, […]

Absence of Adversaries Challenges NATO's Financial Existence

There is still no response from NATO to Russia’s initiative on enhancing the security of military jet flights over the Baltic Sea; Russian political analyst Dmitry Zhuravlev suggests that its silence only proves that it is not interested in improving relations with Russia, and on the contrary that it needs adversaries to justify its existence.

Double whammy for important Baltic seaweed

Rising seawater temperatures and increased nutrient concentrations could lead to a decline of the bladder wrack Fucus vesiculosus in the Baltic Sea in the future, according to experiments conducted by marine scientists. Because Fucus...Show More Summary

Shelters by the Baltic Sea

The Blue Landmarks project features a collection of seaside structures across Denmark's South Funen Archipelago.

New Russian Pipeline In Baltic Sea Could 'Collapse' Ukraine

U.S. State Department energy expert says Russia's plan to build another pipeline in the Baltic Sea spells curtains for Ukraine.

Russia Ready to Discuss Baltic Sea Region Security - Defense Ministry

Moscow is ready to discuss security issues in the Baltic region, as soon as "the partners are ready for such dialogue," according to the statement of the Russian Defense Ministry.

NATO Policing Jets Train With US Bombers in Baltic Sea

The exercise took place in European international airspace over the Baltic Sea and English Channel, according to NATO.

Five US Bombers Participate in Polar Exercise Flying to North, Baltic Seas

Three US B-52 strategic bombers and two B-2 stealth bombers are conducting exercises flying to the North and Baltic Seas.

Baltic Index Down On Large Vessel Rate Drop

(Reuters) The Baltic Index, the Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell on Thursday on weaker capesize, panamax and supramax vessel rates.  The overall index, which factors...Show More Summary

Wine and Stinky Shipwreck Cheese, Anyone?

For 340 years, the Swedish ship Kronan has languished at the bottom of the Baltic Sea, the 126-gun warship's permanent resting place after it was sunk right before a 1676 skirmish with Denmark and the Netherlands, Atlas Obscura reports. It was found in 1980, and since then it's presented more...

Stinky cheese found on 17th c. Swedish shipwreck

Divers have recovered a tin of very old, very stinky cheese from the wreck of the Swedish royal ship Kronan off the coast of Öland in the Baltic Sea. The ship went down in 1676, so the cheese is 340 years old. (One hopes it hadn’t been on the ship a full year or more [...]

Baltic Index Down as Rates for Large Vessels Stay Weak

The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell on Wednesday on weaker rates for larger vessels and supramaxes.

Water Survival Drills to Take Place in Baltic Sea August 1-5

The international drills Baltic Bikini 2016 are expected to be held in the Baltic Sea on August 1-5.

Broad Declines drag Baltic Index down

The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell on Tuesday on lower rates for capesize, panamax and supramax vessels.

Baltic Index Falls on Weak Freight Rates

The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, fell on Monday due to weaker rates across all segments, except handysizes.

Pathogenic bacteria hitchhiking to North and Baltic Seas?

For the first time, AWI scientists have found evidence of living, potentially pathogenic vibrions on microplastic particles. With increasing water temperatures

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