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Shark Attack

You're sailing in the ocean with friends when a shark attacks your boat, knocking off your friend who is driving the boat. There are two others on the vessel with you and you have to work with them to quickly save the driver from the water (and being eaten by the shark). Write this scene. The post Shark Attack appeared first on

Photoprotective responses in a brown macroalgae Cystoseira tamariscifolia to increases in CO2 and temperature

Global warming and ocean acidification are increasingly affecting coastal ecosystems, with impacts that vary regionally depending upon local biogeography. Ocean acidification drives shifts in seaweed community dominance that depend on interactions with other factors such as light and nutrients. Show More Summary

Public science presentation: “What drives estuarine acidification”?

13 July 2017, 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm; Auditorium at Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport, Oregon. Want to learn what causes ocean acidification and how it affects PNW estuaries? Gain a better understanding of the various drivers of ocean acidification by attending a talk by OSU’s Dr. Burke Hales. Dr. Hales is a chemical oceanographer […]

Ocean Kayak® Shatters the Pedal-Driven Kayak Paradigm

New Ocean Kayak Malibu Pedal merges effortless transport, versatility, and proven pedal drive technology Old Town, Maine (July 10, 2017): The kayak pioneers at Ocean Kayak are proud to announce the launch of a revolutionary pedal-driven kayak that merges effortless transport, versatility, and proven pedal drive technology. Show More Summary

CO2 benefits the “rats and cockroaches” of marine world

Ocean acidification may be driving a cascade of changes that drains marine biodiversity Beneath the waves, swelling levels of carbon dioxide could be boosting some species to ecological dominance while dooming others. A study published...Show More Summary

Maritime Drives Ireland's Blue Economy

Ireland’s marine economy is outperforming Ireland’s general economy according to the latest Ocean Economy Report by the Socio-Economic Marine Research Unit (SEMRU) of NUI Galway, with shipping and maritime transport playing a key role in driving growth.

As Palace Bar Closes, Owner Vows to Find Larger Ocean Drive Location and LGBT Center (Video)

Miami Beach's Palace Bar went out with fireworks and a literal bang after hosting a week's worth of parties that culminated in a street bash along Ocean Drive on the Fourth of July.

CarAdvice podcast 60: We take you for a track drive in the Civic Type R!

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Broadcasting from nearby Great Ocean Road, at the beachside town of Lorne, join Mandy Turner, Paul Maric, Mike Stevens and Matt Campbell. Find out what we did with the remote-control cars below! In car news, pricing and specs for the Mercedes-AMG GLC63 S have been released, Volvo’s autonomous tech is having trouble detecting kangaroos, Ford […]

Mother Ocean calls me on a roasting midsummer day. I feel as if I've been harpooned

Dear beach friends, Great trip yesterday. Trust everybody got home OK. It was a long and challenging drive, particularly with sunburned legs against leather seats. Till Labor Day the stitching of a Japanese carmaker will be imprinted, like the red seams of a baseball, on the back of my soft suburban...

Last Call For South Beach's Iconic Palace Bar

In April, New Times reported that the Palace Bar would lose it's Ocean Drive home in the near future.Now, the date is set for the iconic gay hot spot to dim the house lights forever. On Tuesday, July 4, the Palace will host The Last Dance Block Party, a blowout Independence Day farewell to the bar.

Medicaid and Driving West in New Jersey: Both are Unsustainable

As we all know, driving west in New Jersey is unsustainable. After all, if you keep going west, you will eventually end up in the Pacific Ocean. That's pretty damn unsustainable. It would have been helpful if the Washington Post hadShow More Summary

From war-torn Rwanda to Knicks, the journey of Frank Ntilikina

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To understand what truly drives Frank Ntilikina, one must travel back two decades and cross the Atlantic Ocean.

America's most scenic drive has been devastated — here are the photos

California Highway 1 is the longest route in the state, stretching 655 miles down the coast. The road offers pristine ocean views. Songs have been written in its honor. But a series of landslides earlier this year swallowed up significant swaths of the highway in and around the ever-popular Big Sur region. Show More Summary

Energy Secretary Rick Perry says carbon emissions not main driver for climate change

Perry's view is contrary to mainstream climate science, including analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Continue reading ? The post Energy Secretary Rick Perry says carbon emissions not main driver for climate change appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Indirect effects of ocean acidification drive feeding and growth of juvenile crown-of-thorns starfish, Acanthaster planci

The indirect effects of changing climate in modulating trophic interactions can be as important as the direct effects of climate stressors on consumers. The success of the herbivorous juvenile stage of the crown-of-thorns starfish (COTS), Acanthaster planci, may be affected by the impacts of ocean conditions on its crustose coralline algal (CCA) food. To partition the direct […]

On your next road trip north, break up the drive with these 5 leg-stretchers

Walk into the landscape with stops along the way. Start with Wendy Trail in Newbury Park and end with Valencia Peak overlooking the ocean.

Cape May County (NJ) Plans to Reopen Repaired Toll Bridge by Independence Day

The Press of Atlantic City reports, “After more than two months of emergency work, and several delays, [Cape May] county officials plan to open the Ocean Drive bridge linking Sea Isle City and Avalon by the July 4 weekend.... The county...Show More Summary

Discover the Secret Surf Spot That’s a Coastal Camping Dream Come True

Surfers know that L.A.'s population boom has led to overcrowding on beach and in our ocean. But drive a few hours north, up to the Central Coast, and the options for surfing solitude open back up. Add in some camping, and you can fall asleep to waves crashing without shelling out the typical cost of beachfront property.

5 things you didn’t realize could bring value to your business

Intangible assets such as intellectual property, customer data, and the distilled talent of an interconnected workforce are driving more value than physical or financial assets. For example, the Ocean Tomo Patent Growth Index was founded...Show More Summary

Orange County restaurants closed this week by health inspectors

Permits suspended for major violations: KFC, 1022 E. First St., Tustin; no reason for closure provided; closed May 12. Ocean Institute, 24200 Dana Point Harbor Drive, Dana Point; cockroach infestation; closed May 11. The Golden Truffle, 1767 Newport Blvd., Costa Mesa; rodent infestation; closed May 11, reopened May 11. Sushi 4 U, 4090 N. Harbor […]

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