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The melting Arctic ice is awakening economic ambitions

The melting Arctic ice is awakening economic ambitions

The Arctic Ocean is the biggest marginal sea of ​​the Atlantic Ocean, with which it is connected via the narrow Greenland Sea between Greenland and Spitzbergen. Approximately 80% of the inflowing and outflowing water is exchanged via this deep-sea connection. A small portion of the Arctic water also flows southwards via the Labrador Current west of Greenland. The connection to the Pacific Ocean via the narrow and shallow Bering Strait contributes less than 20% to … Read entire article »

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The Data Starts to Flow

The Data Starts to Flow

More and more data has started flowing through to the Human Activities portal. We’ve just made available three new datasets: Waste disposal: for the moment only containing dredge spoil dumping points, but more data is in the pipeline Other forms of area management / designation: with Regional Advisory Council, International Conventions, and Maritime Boundaries. Wind farms: the Baltic Sea, Bay of Biscay and Macaronesia are already available. Other sea regions will follow In addition we also updated our dataset … Read entire article »

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