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Swedish Divers to Examine Russian Submarine on Weekend – Explorer Company

Swedish divers will continue to examine the sunken Russian submarine found on a Swedish shore of the Baltic Sea over the weekend, Ocean X Team, which is representing the company behind the discovery, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday.

Moscow to Beef Up Baltic Fleet in Response to NATO – Russian Captain

The Baltic Sea always played an important geopolitical role, and Russia should strenghten its Baltic Fleet to counter the NATO's build-up along its Western borders, Russian Captain Mikhail Nenashev said.

Russia's Urals Export Higher from Baltic, Down from Novo

Russia is seen increasing its exports of Urals crude oil from its Baltic ports in August, while shipments from Novorossiisk on the Black Sea are expected to decline,

Seagrass beds as ocean acidification refuges for mussels? High resolution measurements of pCO2 and O2 in a Zostera marina and Mytilus edulis mosaic habitat

It has been speculated that macrophytes beds might act as a refuge for calcifiers from ocean acidification. In the shallow nearshores of the western Kiel Bay (Baltic Sea), mussel and seagrass beds are interlacing, forming a mosaic habitat. Naturally, the diverse physiological activities of seagrasses and mussels are affected by seawater carbonate chemistry and they […]

Why Estonia’s not worried, despite its neighbor to the east

Estonia and Russia have taken radically different paths since the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991, and by many measures, the tiny nation on the Baltic Sea has had greater success.

Deadly Aircraft of Russian Naval Aviation

On July 17, 1916 the Russian Naval Aviation scored its first victory as four Russian M-9 hydroplanes engaged a group of four German military aircraft over the Baltic Sea downing two of them.

Russian Navy Practices Anti-Submarine Combat in Baltic and Arctic

The Russian navy has practiced anti-submarine combat in both the Baltic Sea and the Arctic Barents Sea in consecutive drills, as its naval reinforcement in the two regions continues. Russia's military drills from all branches of theShow More Summary

State Department's TechCamps Provide Strategic Digital Tools for Journalists, NGOs

I first visited the quaint Eastern European city of Riga, Latvia in the summer of 1989. Nestled between the Baltic Sea, Lithuania, Russia, Belarus and Estonia, Latvia represented the second stop in our People to People delegation of Kansas high school students touring the USSR. Show More Summary

Litgas, Statoil JV to Develop Baltic Sea LNG

 Natural gas supply and trading company Litgas, part of Lithuania's state owned energy holding Lietuvos Energija, and Statoil, leading global energy company in oil and gas production,

Photographers Create Atmospheric Images for Nordic Cruise Line

Here’s the true story of three photographers whose pictures encompass a new ad campaign from now-independent Helsinki/Stockholm-based agency hasan & partners that covers the Baltic Sea for leisure company Silja Line. Using famed author/essayist...Show More Summary

An-2 Baltic Sea Crash: Alcohol Found in Dead Pilot's Blood

Lithuanian prosecutors have revealed that alcohol has been found in blood of one of the two pilots of An-2 plane which crashed into the Baltic Sea in mid-May; “bottles containing not only mineral water” have been found on board, the body of the second pilot has not been found yet.

Gazprom Does Not Need EC Approval to Build Nord Stream-2 - CEO

According to Gazprom’s CEO, company does not need an approval by the European Commission to begin construction of the planned extension of the Nord Stream gas pipeline running beneath the Baltic Sea into Germany.

Russian Navy Conducts Torpedo Drills in the Baltic Sea

Russian Navy corvette has started torpedo drills in the Baltic Sea.

BALTOPS May Have Ended But Tensions Around The Baltic Sea Have Not

last monthVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

The USS Vicksburg, many of the ships seen here, and an expanded flotilla of allied ships from the region took part in BALTOPS ‘15, which ended on Saturday. The elaborate exercise, which reinforced strong NATO and allied bonds, has led to increased tensions with Russia as historically neutral parties in the region may seek NATO membership. Read more...

Gazprom Estimates Cost of Nord Stream-2 Pipeline to Germany at $11.2 Bln

The construction of the planned extension of the Nord Stream gas pipeline running beneath the Baltic Sea into Germany could cost 9.9 billion euros ($11.2 bln), head of Russia's energy giant Gazprom Alexei Miller said Friday.

Russia is extending a gas pipeline that bypasses Ukraine

Russia is reportedly planning to build a gas pipeline to Germany. Gazprom announced on Thursday that it plans to build a pipeline with a capacity of 55 billion cubic meters per year from Russia to Germany via the Baltic Sea with E.ON,...Show More Summary

Sweden Gets Invaded By Its Allies As B-52s Mine The Baltic Sea

last monthVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

The military exercise BALTOPS 2015 is in full swing off and on the coast of Sweden, with a large-scale amphibious landing happening last weekend. Finnish, Swedish, British and American Marines all stormed the Swedish coastline in a joint manner, with multiple landing craft and air support assets bringing the fight to an imaginary enemy. Read more...

Poland Expects First LNG Delivery to Baltic Sea Terminal in Autumn

Poland's newly appointed treasury minister Andrzej Czerwinski said on Wednesday that first shipments of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the terminal at the Baltic Sea are most likely to come in autumn.

A Rare White Porpoise Has Been Spotted In The Baltic Sea!

last monthGenres / Sci Fi : io9

White harbour porpoises are so rare that only 15 sighting have been recorded in the past 100 years. Last week, an amateur photographer caught sight of such a creature in the Baltic Sea and captured it on video. Read more...

White Harbor Porpoise, One Of The Rarest Animals On Earth, Spotted In The Baltic Sea Near Denmark [Video]

A sighting of a white harbor porpoise was reported June 8 in the Baltic Sea, near Denmark. Fortunately, the person who sighted the extremely rare marine mammal recognized it despite being a layperson and was able to record the sighting on camera. Show More Summary

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