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SAN ANTONIO -- April 30, 2019 -- Southwest Research Institute is designing and supporting the building of a state-of-the-art remotely operated rescue vehicle as part of a $7.7 million project for the Royal Australian Navy (RAN).The system will feature a shallow and a deep water vehicle designed to connect with disabled submarines (DISSUB) to allow for the rescue of people trapped on board.They will be among a handful of remotely operated air-transportable submarine rescue systems in the world.The first remotely operated submarine rescue vehicle was developed in the early 2000s, in the wake of the Kursk submarine accident, when a Russian nuclear submarine disabled by a sudden internal torpedo explosion sank in the Arctic Ocean.Difficulty locating the sub and inability to connect a rescue submersible to the escape hatch of the Kursk resulted in the death of more than 100 Russian sailors.The project is in support of the SEA1354 Phase 1 Submarine Escape, Rescue and Abandonment System and a collaboration with Phoenix International in addition to multiple subcontractors in Australia.
Whether you knew about it or not, Monday marked World Land Rover Day, and to celebrate the occasion, Land Rover saw fit to bring us an update on the development of the next-generation Land Rover Defender.Land Rover announced this week that its fleet of prototype Defenders has driven 1.2 million kilometers (about 745,000 miles) over the course of its development testing.It's been to the desert, it's been to the Arctic and it's been up in the thin mountain air as Land Rover's engineers prepare the Defender for its debut, which is rumored to happen at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.But before that happens, Land Rover has a special task for its blocky ute.The automaker will partner with Tusk Trust to put the prototype to use at the Borana Conservancy, a rhino sanctuary in Nigeria.On this 35,000-acre reserve, the Defender will be put to work, carrying supplies, fording rivers and towing whatever it needs to.
Red Canary, a five-year-old Denver, Colorado-based company developing cloud-based security services, today announced that it’s secured $34 million in growth equity financing led by Summit Partners, with participation from existing investors Access Venture Partners and Noro-Moseley Partners.It follows on the heels of a $6.25 million venture series in May 2018 and brings the company’s total raised to $48.9, and will fuel the expansion of Red Canary’s services and team in the coming months, according to CEO and cofounder Brian Beyer.Security teams have more telemetry, tools, and budget than ever before but unfortunately, in many cases, this has not resulted in a meaningful improvement in security outcomes,” said Beyer.“We serve as a security ally for our customers, helping their teams get the most out of modern security technology, protect their valuable data and remain focused on the performance of their own business.”Red Canary’s suite — which it claims is already being used by “hundreds” of organizations globally — offers telemetry data collection across both local machines and cloud instances along with comprehensive behavioral analytics, and an API that integrates with a host of third-party analysis and storage tools.Meanwhile, its threat detection solution — Detect — taps over 500 terabytes of data daily and 1,000 continuously updated analytics rules to suss out suspicious behaviors, all while performing aggregation, deduplication, and endpoint profiling to minimize false positives.
The cetacean spy was wearing a harness with a fitting for a camera.It seemed quite used to human contact and came up next to the boat begging for food.Joergen Ree Wiig of the Norwegian Directorate of Fisheries told Associated Press: "'Equipment St. Petersburg' is written on the harness strap, which features a mount for an action camera."He said fishermen reported the tame white Beluga strapped into a tight harness swimming around last week.On Friday, fisherman Joar Hesten jumped into sea to remove the harness.Professor Audun Rikardsen, from the Department of Arctic and Marine Biology at the Arctic University of Norway in Tromsoe, northern Norway, told the newswire: “it is most likely that Russian Navy in Murmansk”.
Scientists have conducted the first-ever global survey of the ecological diversity of viruses in the ocean during an expedition aboard a single sailboat called the Tara.During the expedition, the team identified nearly 200,000 marine viral species vastly exceeding the 15,000 known from previous ocean surveys and the approximately 2,000 genomes available from cultured viruses of microbes.Researchers say that the findings have implications for understanding issues on the planet including evolution and climate change.The team found that the nearly 200,000 marine viral species were organized into five distinct ecological zones across the entire ocean, an unexpected finding.Scientists also note that despite the paradigm from larger organisms that diversity in species is highest near the equator and lowest near the poles, an extensive number of samples were found in the Arctic making a biodiversity hotspot in the Arctic ocean.Samples in the project were collected between 2009 and 2013 as part of the Tara Oceans effort that started in 2006.
After travelling around the world, sampling the ocean from pole to pole, scientists have uncovered nearly 200,000 populations of marine viruses.But much less is known about the viruses – packets of genetic information that replicate inside other living things – that exist in the oceans.On Thursday, they announced the creation of an enormous, global catalogue of marine viruses, marking an important step in answering many of these questions.The data comes from 146 samples taken on several expeditions aboard the the schooner Tara, including 41 samples from a 2013 trip to the Arctic Ocean.The researchers first needed to identify whether the genetic material in the sample was viral or not, with various bioinformatic tools comparing it to known viruses, explained study co-author Ahmed Zayed, graduate student at the Ohio State University.The analysis revealed 195,728 populations of viruses, 12 times more than the previous analysis on a smaller Tara dataset, according to the paper published in Cell.
The Secretary did not appear to comment on whether the administration would move forward with offshore drilling in areas outside of those regions.The Obama administration relied on a 1953 law called the "Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act" (OCSLA) to close the waters to drilling.With a politically divided Congress, the Trump administration would have an uphill battle to re-open previously closed waters in a way that would be consistent with the court's ruling.Trump proposed a massive expansion of offshore drilling—what can states do?"By the time the court rules, that may be discombobulating to our plan," the DOI secretary said.Significantly, Florida's republican governor (now the state's senator) secured assurance from the DOI's former secretary, Ryan Zinke, that the tourism-heavy state would not be subject to offshore oil drilling operations.
A new study suggests that the plastic pollution problem in the world's oceans is having a startling economic impact – perhaps as much as $2.5 trillion.The study, published in Science Direct, notes the negative impact on "almost all marine ecosystem services," including areas such as fisheries, recreation and heritage.The research also estimates the economic cost at between $3,300 and $33,000 per ton of marine plastic per year, negatively impacting environmental value.MELTING PERMAFROST IN ARCTIC WILL HAVE $70 TRILLION IMPACT, NEW STUDY SAYS“Our calculations are a first stab at ‘putting a price on plastic’" the study's lead author, Dr. Nicola Beaumont, an environmental economist at Plymouth Marine Laboratory, said in an interview with The Guardian."We know we have to do more research to refine, but we are convinced that already they are an underestimate of the real costs to global human society.”
The Belgorod is a modification of the Soviet Navy's Project 949A design program—what Western military analysts have called the Oscar II class.Originally intended to be a cruise-missile submarine, the Belgorod was re-designated as Special Project 09852, a "special-purpose research and rescue submarine," in December 2012.The design was lengthened to add a docking compartment for crewed and uncrewed small submersible vehicles, such as submarine rescue vehicles.It was also apparently intended to do cable-laying operations and inspections, deployments of underwater equipment, and other tasks similar to those the US Navy constructed the USS Jimmy Carter for.The incident was a major embarrassment to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who—just four months into his presidency—was on vacation in Sochi at the time of the accident and remained there for five days afterward.But the docking bay took on a new role as Putin pushed for development of new nuclear weapons to counter a perceived strategic threat from US anti-ballistic missile deployments.
Thawing permafrost in the Arctic will accelerate global warming and could add $70 trillion to the world's climate change bill, according to a new Nature Research study.The report claims that a feedback mechanism, along with the failure of countries to live up to the Paris Climate Agreement goals and the loss of heat-deflecting white ice — will cause an almost 5 percent increase of global warming.That scenario could push up the global cost of climate change to $70 trillion between now and 2300, according to the study, which was published in Nature.In addition, researchers say the $70 trillion figure is 10 times higher than any projected benefits from the melting Arctic, such as access to minerals or better ship navigation routes.MAJORITY OF AMERICANS THINK CLIMATE CHANGE WILL CAUSE HUMANITY'S EXTINCTIONFor comparison, the United States nominal GDP, representing the value of all the goods and services, is estimated to top $20 trillion this year.
New data from research published this week focuses on the ice mass in Greenland.Greenland is the home to the second largest ice sheet in the world, and new research shows ice loss is accelerating rapidly.The study used information that was based on nearly 50-years of data.The study estimates that Greenland’s glaciers have gone from releasing 51 billion tons of ice into the ocean between 1980 and 1990 to losing 286 billion tons of ice into the sea between 2010 and 2018.The data shows that the ice loss from ice sheets in Greenland is responsible for increasing global ocean levels by 14 millimeters since 1972.Half of that global increase in sea levels happened in the last eight years.
You must be very well known to the white bear, generally called polar bear.In fact, polar bears are the biggest land carnivores within the world, rivalled solely by the Kodiak brown bears of southwestern American state.The Polar bears eat harp and hooded seals, sea birds, walrus, beluga whale and bowhead whale carcasses, and vegetation rarely.However, because of expected surroundings loss caused by temperature change, the ice bear is classed as a vulnerable species.The skin of the polar bear is black under the fur.They can heat themselves despite the harsh cold environment.
This article is part of Troubleshooting Earth: a multi-part series that explores the bold, innovative, and potentially world-changing efforts to wield technology as a weapon against climate change.All of them are initiatives proposed with the express goal of modifying our planet’s complex “earthsystem” on a massive, global scale.Only, unlike the sinister population-destroying efforts of the Bond baddies, this type of modification — referred to as “geoengineering” — is intended to be carried out for the good of humankind.It begins with Morton asking us the two questions that have led many to consider this as one of the only viable solutions to climate change.Secondly, do we believe that reducing an economy’s carbon-dioxide emissions to near zero is very difficult indeed using our current methods?Answering “yes” to both of these questions is what leads to a more drastic form of climate action.
Explorer and private equity investor Victor Vescovo is attempting to reach the deepest points of the world's five oceans.At that depth, any message you send takes 7 seconds to be heard.By comparison, radio waves sent back-and-forth from the moon during the Apollo missions took less than 3 seconds to transmit.Read more: A $48 million submarine just took a record-breaking dive into the deepest corner of the Atlantic Ocean — 27,840 feet downSince that first record-breaking dive, Vescovo has successfully completed two other expeditions in the Triton 36000 submarine.Vescovo described the bottom of the ocean as "an incredibly hostile environment."
Prehistoric diseases laying dormant in ancient ice could soon be unleashed due to climate change.This is because the anthrax bacteria, which can occur naturally in the soil, has been killing livestock and people there for hundreds of years.Anthrax and other deadly disease-causing bacteria can lie dormant in permafrost or ice and will only be released if melting occurs.Permafrost is a thick layer of soil below the ground which has remained frozen for longer than two years.Two-thirds of Russia's territory is permafrost, which can be hundreds of feet deep.An anthrax poisoning event which occurred 70 years ago in the Arctic region of Yamal in Russia, has already been linked to rising temperatures.
Humans are living through a dramatic transformation of the planet's surface due to climate change, with the most obvious sign being the rapid decline in Arctic sea ice .And now, imaging has revealed perhaps a new chapter in that decline: The Bering Sea, which under normal circumstances should remain frozen-over until May, is almost entirely free of sea ice in early April.Part of what makes this event so stunning, as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) pointed out in a statement, is that the Arctic sea ice should be reaching its annual maximum right now.The summer reduction in sea ice normally only begins around now.But 2019 already has the lowest Arctic sea ice extent on record (beating 2018, which was also a record-breaker).The surface of ice is bright white, so it reflects sunlight back into space.
This challenge, ABB has adopted with confidence and in the recent tests and the race proved it to the charger by the name of Terra 53 DC can handle both extreme cold and heat.the Chargers have performed well both in northern Sweden's chilly climate and warm places such as Riyadh and Mexico City.In Arjeplog in the Swedish arctic circle, is the Jaguar Land Rover Ice Academy.This was tested recently, the fast charger Terra 53 DC with the Jaguars racingbil IN-PACE eTROPHY in a so-called köldtestning, a sample then the charger must prove themselves to cope with the arctic cold and the extreme conditions that Arjeplog offers.And with the benefit of hindsight, we now know that the fast charger has fared properly in the exam!Jaguar Land Rover Ice Academy is located both far from large cities, and in an unusually cold environment.