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Brown tide: Harmful algae sequenced

Woods Hole (global-adventures.us): In the first genome sequencing of a harmful algal bloom species, researchers found that the microscopic phytoplankton…

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Fram Strait: Record water temperatures

Kiel (global-adventures.us): Never before in the past 2,000 years was the Atlantic water in the Fram Strait between Greenland and…

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Two Brothers: 1823 whaling wreck located

Honolulu (global-adventures.us): The wreckage of a famous 1800 century Nantucket whale ship. The two brothers has been found and identified…

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Scientists study beer from seafloor

Baltic Sea (global-adventures.us): The VTT Technical Research Center, Northern Europe’s biggest multi-technological applied research organization, hopes to re-create the original…

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CycleStreets: New iPhone app for cyclists

Cambridge (Global Adventures): CycleStreets, a not-for-profit organization, is powering a new API for the iPhone that provides a free-to-use route…

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Caribbean: Coral bleaching likely in 2010

Washington, DC (Global Adventures): Coral bleaching is likely to hit the Caribbean in 2010, according to the NOAA Coral Reef…

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Yellowstone Lake: Life near thermal vents

Bozeman (Global Adventures): A rare oasis of life exists in the midst of hundreds of geothermal vents at the bottom…

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Palau, Honduras request shark finning ban

New York (Global Adventures): The Republic of Palau, a tiny island nation in the Pacific Ocean, and the Central American…

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Tiger shark with human remains caught

Bahamas (Global Adventures): Police confirmed that a shark caught in the Bahamas did have human remains in its belly. A…

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Since 1950: Phytoplankton declines 40%

Halifax (Global Adventures): Plankton, a synonym for drifting organisms that inhabit the top layers of the Earth oceans and seas,…

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