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5th ANNUAL EDUCATORS WORKSHOP ON OCEAN EDUCATION IN THE CLASSROOM

by wade on September 3, 2014

The Conference is fast approaching and Oceans '14 is full speed ahead with more than 100 exhibitors, hundreds of presentations  and thousands of delegates. No one can take it all in, but every delegate can be assured of an immersive experience Among the special groups targeted at the Conference are educators who have been issued a special invite by organizers.
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HUGE WAVES DETECTED IN ARCTIC WATERS FOR THE FIRST TIME

by wade on August 6, 2014

A wave gauge deployed in the Beaufort Sea two years ago is recording  unprecedented wave heights in western Arctic waters. In one instance during a September storm.  the waves reared as high as five metres. "That's a lot bigger than anything previously recorded up there," wrote University of Washington researcher Jim Thomson in a blog post about the results.
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RDC BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNOUNCED IN JULY 2014

by wade on July 22, 2014

St. John's, NL, 17 July 2014   Fraser H. Edison Read more.

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DRILLING FOR TALENT: THE CHALLENGES FACING UK IN THE NORTH SEA

by wade on July 22, 2014

(June 20th, 2014) The UK North Sea will remain an important region for oil and gas for years to come. Most of its fields are expected to remain economically viable until 2020 at the earliest, and high oil prices have given a boost to exploration in the North East Atlantic basin in areas previously considered marginal and thereby uneconomic. The region still boasts estimated oil and gas reserves of 9.4 billion boe with a 50 per cent plus chance of recoverability.
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ADVANCING CANADIAN FISHING INDUSTRY THROUGH RESEARCH

by wade on July 22, 2014

(14 July 2014) Studying the approaches used in Norway and Iceland to generate maximum returns from cod and other groundfish resources was the primary focus for Keith Hutchings, Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture, during a recent trip to both countries.
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