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USCG’s Lead Offshore Patrol Cutter ‘USCGC Argus’ Launched

11/5/2023 - By The lead ship of the U.S. Coast Guard’s highly anticipated Heritage-class offshore patrol cutter (OPC), the USCGC Argus, was successfully launched at Eastern Shipbuilding’s Nelson Shipyard in Panama City, Florida on Friday. This marks a significant milestone in the Coast Guard’s mission to enhance its fleet and capabilities. Named after the historic Revenue… SEE MORE Upper_Neuadd_Reservoir_-_geograph.org_.uk_-_753942

December 2022 water levels break eight historical records

3/3/2023 - By From Alaska to Washington, several of NOAA’s water level stations observed their highest recorded water levels. December was an active month for NOAA’s National Water Level Observation Network (NWLON). A staggering eight stations observed all-time high water levels — some of which broke records in place for 40 years.… SEE MORE
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Environmental impacts of increasing leisure boating activity in Mediterranean coastal waters

2/23/2023 - By [caption id="attachment_44806" align="alignnone" width="512"] 1950s_boat_Gloucester_Massachusetts_USA_5336085003 via Wikimedia Commons[/caption] Leisure boating is an important economic activity which is increasing in popularity worldwide, and the Mediterranean Sea is one of the most popular nautical tourism destinations in the world. While the overall ecological impacts of recreational boating on freshwater ecosystems… SEE MORE