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pGAITHERSBURG, Md., February 7, 2013 /3BL Media/ mdash; The application period for the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is open; children of U.S. Marines and Navy Corpsmen looking to attend college and embark on a career path in the hospitality or business sectors are encouraged to apply for one of five $5,000 scholarships.
A new report released today by an environmental group says the federal government is moving too slowly in setting aside marine areas for environmental protection.
An award-winning University of Strathclyde spin-out company has been awarded £1.4 million to help it harness tidal energy.
Environmental and fishing groups lobby against a plan to allow seismic testing off the coast of seven states.
by Andrew M. Edwards, Mervyn P. Freeman, Greg A. Breed, Ian D. Jonsen Background Ecologists are collecting extensive data concerning movements of animals in marine ecosystems. Such data need to be analysed with valid statistical methods to yield meaningful conclusions.
by Suzanne DeLorenzo, Suzanna L. Bräuer, Chelsea A. Edgmont, Lydie Herfort, Bradley M. Tebo, Peter Zuber
by Andrew M. Edwards, Mervyn P. Freeman, Greg A. Breed, Ian D. Jonsen Background Ecologists are collecting extensive data concerning movements of animals in marine ecosystems. Such data need to be analysed with valid statistical methods to yield meaningful conclusions.
Australia says it will create the world's largest network of marine parks ahead of the Rio+20 summit.
The violent rise and collapse of an underwater volcano in the Pacific Ocean is captured in startling clarity for the first time.
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