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Anonymous hackers target Iceland sites in whaling protest

REYKJAVIK (Reuters) - Activist hackers from the Anonymous collective have claimed responsibility for bringing down five government websites in Iceland in a protest against whale-hunting by the North Atlantic nation.

Turkey Actions Contradict NATO Recommendations – Russian Envoy

Turkey’s actions after downing a Russian jet in Syria not only contradict the UN Charter but the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) own recommendations, Russia’s permanent representative to the Alliance said Friday.

Russia Prepared for Conventional Arms Control Consultations With NATO

Russia is ready to step up consultations with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), but is yet to hear from the Alliance, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Friday.

Climate change: Atlantic plankton bloom reflects soaring carbon dioxide levels, scientists say

Scientists say growth of coccolithophores, a microscopic marine alga, could be ‘canary in the coalmine’ for climate change. A microscopic marine alga with a shell-like skeleton has increased more than tenfold in the North Atlantic over the past 50 years in response to rising levels of carbon dioxide, scientists have discovered. The dramatic “bloom” of […]

Multidecadal increase in North Atlantic coccolithophores and the potential role of rising CO2

As anthropogenic CO2 emissions acidify the oceans, calcifiers generally are expected to be negatively affected. However, using data from the Continuous Plankton Recorder, we show that coccolithophore occurrence in the North Atlantic increased from ~2 to over 20% from 1965 through 2010. We used Random Forest models to examine >20 possible environmental drivers of this […]

Rapid plankton growth in ocean seen as sign of carbon dioxide loading

A microscopic marine alga is thriving in the North Atlantic to an extent that defies scientific predictions, suggesting swift environmental change as a result of increased carbon dioxide in the ocean, a study led a by Johns Hopkins University...Show More Summary

Increased carbon dioxide enhances plankton growth, opposite of what was expected

Coccolithophores--tiny calcifying plants that are part of the foundation of the marine food web--have been increasing in relative abundance in the North Atlantic over the last 45 years, as carbon input into ocean waters has increased. Show More Summary

Want to move your tank battalion to take on a threat? NATO’s got a form for that.

The 28 countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization are so tied up in red tape that it typically takes 15 days to get diplomatic clearance to move military equipment from one member state to the next.

Statement by the NATO Secretary General after the russian-turkish incident, by Jens Stoltenberg

The North Atlantic Council has just held a meeting, an extraordinary meeting. And we have been updated by the Turkish Ambassador on the recent events. I have also spoken to Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu. Turkey informed Allies about the downing of a Russian Air Force plane violating Turkish airspace. Show More Summary

NATO Chief's Statement on Su-24 Not Coordinated With All Council Members

A statement by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on incident with a Russian warplane does not reflect the position of all North Atlantic Council members, a military diplomatic source said Tuesday.

NATO Secretary General Statement On Turkey - Live Feed

Following the meeting of the North Atlantic Council requested by Turkey - to explain its actions - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will give a statement to the press, no doubt urging, just as Obama and Hollande just did, no escalation between the two nations. Show More Summary

Turkey to Meet North Atlantic Council Tuesday After Downing Russian Jet

North Atlantic Council (NAC), will hold an extraordinary meeting with Turkey, NATO’s deputy spokesman told Sputnik on Tuesday.

NATO to Meet After Turkey Shoots Down Russian Warplane

The North Atlantic Council is due to convene after Turkey shoots down a Russian military jet near Syria.

Thales Awarded Ballistic Missile Defence Test and Integration Subcontract

Thales has signed a subcontract for the verification of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) architecture on the Integrated Test Bed in The Hague. The work is part of the contract awarded to prime contractor Leidos by NATO earlier this year. Under the contract, US-based Leidos and its eight teammates from

2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio: The 4-leaf makes its comeback in LA

Alfa Romeo's North American comeback started with the introduction of the 4C last year. Now, the automaker is bringing more of Turin across the Atlantic with the re-introduction of the Giulia sports sedan. This is a rear-wheel driveShow More Summary

Bizarro World Strikes: Watch Iranian F-14s Escort Russian Bombers

Part of the reason this is so bizarre is during the Cold War, the F-14 was specifically built to intercept and destroy Russian bombers seeking out the aircraft carriers in the North Atlantic. The US retired its F-14s about ten years ago. Show More Summary

Increasing coccolithophore abundance in the subtropical North Atlantic from 1990 to 2014

As environmental conditions evolve with rapidly increasing atmospheric CO2, biological communities will change as species reorient their distributions, adapt, or alter their abundance. In the surface ocean, dissolved inorganic carbon...Show More Summary

Studio Swine turns ocean pollution into a beautiful whale tooth replica

Studio Swine recently went on a 1,000-nautical-mile adventure called Gyrecraft, described as an “exploration into maritime crafts” that harvests sea plastic extracted from the North Atlantic Gyre. The design team collected ocean plastic pollution all the way from Azores to the Canaries. Show More Summary

Former JCT Kitchen chef Cooper Miller joins Hampton & Hudson

As announced recently at a Frye Company secret supper, Cooper Miller, formerly of JCT Kitchen and the Strecks’ 2012 Atlantic Station pop-up Hudson North, will be leading the kitchen of this 3,500-square-feet restaurant.

Time to draw a 'red line' against the barbarism of Islamic State'

To the editor: The Paris attacks, together with the crisis caused by the flood of Syrian refugees into Europe, make clear that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization must take the lead now in defeating Islamic State. ("France launches 'massive' airstrikes on Islamic State in Syria," Nov. 15) Like...

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