Apparently Donald Trump wants to destroy reorganize the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), sees the European Union (EU) as a competitor, and thinks that Germany is an enemy of the United States: U.S. President-elect Donald Trump called NATO obsolete, predicted that other European Union members would follow the U.K. in leaving the bloc and threatened BMW […]
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NATO headquarters in Brussels Belgium Founded in 1949, the 28-member North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is now 67 years old. Originally it was a political association. Following the onset of the Korean War it rapidly transformed itself into an alliance for mutual defense. Show More Summary
Highlights 3 CO2 enrichment experiments were conducted in the North Atlantic sub-tropical gyre. Dinoflagellates dominated the biomass but there was no significant difference between high & low CO2. There were significantly higher photosynthetic rates at high CO2. Show More Summary
A warm, freshwater mass rises and moves north across the Atlantic Ocean. It's headed toward the Arctic. There, frigid winds will scrape heat and liquid from its surface and it will sink, colder, saltier, and denser to the ocean bottom...Show More Summary
The North Atlantic ocean/atmosphere environment exhibits pronounced interdecadal variability that is known to strongly modulate Atlantic hurricane activity. Variability in sea surface temperature (SST) is correlated with hurricane variability through its relationship with the genesis and thermodynamic potential intensity of hurricanes. Show More Summary
50 Years AgoBeginning with this issue of Nature, most subscribers to this journal in North America will be supplied each week with a copy which has been flown across the Atlantic by air freight and then distributed from New York by surface mail
House Republicans voted to gut the Office of Congressional Ethics late Monday, only to reverse course 19 hours later amid bipartisan condemnation; More than a century after the Titanic sank in the North Atlantic Ocean, there are new clues to the cause of the disaster
The North Atlantic Ocean can be a harsh beast for a surfer. Dormant for weeks (and even months) at a time, if you want to be a professional surfer who relies upon the Atlantic, you better get used to traveling — a lot. RELATED: The Nixon...Show More Summary
A new documentary says a fire in a coalbunker caused serious damage to the Titanic’s hull – in the same area where the iceberg later hit - and is the real reason she sank in the North Atlantic.
A wave of historic proportions and news about reindeer were among the discoveries to make headlines this week: 'Remarkable' Wave Makes Record Book : In 2013, a cold front moved across the North Atlantic between Britain and Iceland, and a buoy logged what researchers now say is a "remarkable" thing: a...
Islands present special challenges for utility companies, whether they are large like the Hawaiian Islands or small like Okracoke, a tiny spit of land that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. TheyShow More Summary
A new world record for the highest wave has been recorded by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). In the freezing, turbulent waters of the North Atlantic Ocean, somewhere between Iceland and the UK, an automated buoy detected...Show More Summary
A monstrous swell in the North Atlantic that rose up as high as a six-story building is now the world’s tallest wave measured by a buoy, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). The wave crashed down the morning of Feb. 4, 2013, in the watery expanse between Iceland and the United Kingdom, at approximately […]
A massive wave in the North Atlantic near Scotland has set a new world record for the tallest ever measured by a buoy, the World Meteorological Organization said. The giant, picked up back in February of 2013 by an automated buoy between...Show More Summary
Check out this latest vlog from Youtuber JeffHK as his ship runs into some weather during a recent voyage across the Atlantic Ocean. If you haven’t seen JeffHK’s Life at Sea blog, we highly suggest checking out a few episodes HERE. He...Show More Summary
The wave reached over 62 feet high.
A monstrous swell in the North Atlantic that rose up as high as a six-story building is now the world's tallest wave measured by a buoy, according to the World Meteorological Organization.
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday said voters were “dumb” to reject north Jersey casinos in a referendum last month, and predicted the state will see casinos beyond Atlantic City within five years. The governor also said he expects sports betting will be legal in the state...
An expert committee convened by the World Meteorological Organization has established a new world record significant wave height of a massive 19 meters (62.3 feet!) measured by a buoy in the North Atlantic. The wave was recorded February...Show More Summary