Temperatures rising in the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific, happening simultaneously, can inhibit the formation of rainfall over the Amazon Forest.
This week, over 30 countries along the Atlantic Ocean have joined forces to enhance collaboration in economic development, environmental protection, and maritime issues.
A new global data platform called "Marine Sand Watch", developed by GRID-Geneva, a center within the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), has revealed that the marine dredging industry is extracting a staggering 6 billion tons of sand annually from the world's oceans.
In a ground-breaking study, researchers from Florida Atlantic University have unveiled the significant influence of temperature on the reproductive success of leatherback sea turtles, indicating how climate change is a major threat for this particular species and highlighting the urgent need for conservation efforts to protect these vulnerable creatures in the face of climate change.
During the month of September, experts from British institutions dedicated to the development of meteorological technologies and research, namely Voltitude and StratoSolutions, are embarking on a scientific campaign focused on meteorology and climate research at the Cabo Verde Atmospheric Observatory (CVAO) in São Vicente.
Registrations are now open for the 2023 edition of the All-Atlantic Ocean Research and Innovation Alliance Forum, which will take place in Cape Town, South Africa, on 21-22 November 2023. The event is co-organised by the South African Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) and the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation of the European Commission.
The long term LoRaWAN® distance world record now stands at 1336 km / 830 miles!
Recently, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) closely monitored the movements of Hurricane Lee and Tropical Storm Margot as they made their presence known over the Atlantic Ocean.
During the North Sea cruise campaign, the LabPlas team tracked from space a striking red-tide of Noctiluca scintillans, using Sentinel-2 and GEOSAT-2 satellite images.