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Google uses underwater fibre-optic cable to detect earthquakes

New Scientist 26 Feb 2021
A team including researchers at Google has used one of the search giant's underwater fibre optic cables to detect earthquakes and ocean waves generated by storms, without needing any extra equipment ... .

Miranda K joins AmbassaDivers team

Divernet 16 Feb 2021
Argentinian Big Brother winner and marine conservationist Francisco Delgado, now based in Cozumel, is dedicated to introducing younger generations in Latin America to the underwater world. The team is completed by underwater photographer and film-maker Tom Park in Australia and Polish dive instructor Martyna Skura, based in the Maldives.

These Tiny Shrimp-Like Critters Are The Fastest Snappers In The Sea

IFL Science 09 Feb 2021
The snaps constitute the smallest and fastest of any documented repeatable movement, made even more impressive by the fact that it’s performed underwater where your very surroundings present an opposing force. The snaps are actually so quick that they generate water jets, some of ...

Underwater Noise Pollution Is Disrupting Ocean Life—But We Can Fix It

Time Magazine 05 Feb 2021
In fact, the underwater realm sounds more like an orchestra warming up, the cetaceans hitting their high notes while other marine mammals clear their throats against a background of breaking waves ... Until recently, underwater sound pollution had not attracted the same attention as its terrestrial equivalent.

World-famous Scotch whiskies from Islay and Jura set to go green with tide power

Scotsman 03 Feb 2021
The devices will generate 3MW of green electricity, which ...

DRDO developing technology for New India: Rajnath

Beijing News 03 Feb 2021
Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], February 3 (ANI) ... "Today, when the world is changing so fast and a new world order is emerging in front of us ... Indian Navy is going to induct the missile as part of the Next Generation Maritime Marine Coastal Defence battery role. "We have already demonstrated the underwater launch capability of the BrahMos missile.

Early Retirement

The Atlantic 21 Jan 2021
He started to have dreams that he was peacefully underwater, but he knew his brain was reinterpreting the cars roaring past ... He wanted to be underwater again ... The hum of the gas-powered generator reminded him of the underwater sound of the highway cars he could hear from his bedroom in the city.

China, Indonesia on a collision course at sea

Asiatimes 15 Jan 2021
China’s Sea Wing underwater drone ... Employing variable buoyancy propulsion, sea gliders are pre-cursers to a new generation of armed Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV), capable of operating in the shallow waters of the Sunda and Malacca straits, conduits for the vast majority of commercial shipping.

Researchers develop new system for measuring ship-generated underwater noise

Phys Dot Org 08 Jan 2021
Human-generated underwater radiated noise (URN) from the military, the oil and gas industry and shipping traffic can interfere with the ability of marine animals to hear, navigate, communicate and catch prey ... Researchers develop new system for measuring ship-generated underwater ...

Putin: US went in for new arms race, forced Russia to develop weapons

Press TV 17 Dec 2020
W ... Putin warns ... Back in July, Putin announced a boost in Russia’s military equipment, saying the Navy would be armed with hypersonic nuclear strike weapons, underwater nuclear drones as well as 40 new ships and vessels this year. He said a new generation of “unequaled” Russian nuclear weapons could hit almost anywhere in the world ... ... .

Marine researchers find trawling noise risk to protected mammals

Phys Dot Org 15 Dec 2020
The team also found that modeled trawler sound generated on the seabed travels underwater more efficiently than sound generated at the surface by boats, adding to the potential for trawling to have a negative effect on the surrounding marine environment ... Underwater noise affects marine animals' relationships.

Whales are disturbed by noises made in trawling deep waters

Irish Independent 14 Dec 2020
Scientists at NUI Galway’s (NUIG) Ryan Institute have found the sound generated by trawling for fish around underwater canyons is amplified and may affect marine mammals’ ability to hunt and navigate ... They also discovered “modelled trawler sound” generated on the seabed travels underwater more “efficiently” than sound generated at the surface.

Last span of Bangladesh's biggest Padma bridge installed 10 Dec 2020
DHAKA, Dec ... The official said the bridge's construction was not disrupted by COVID-19 with the 40th span installed on Dec ... The first span was installed in September 2017 ... For example, the company said it used underwater sonar for noise index measurement in order to control the noise generated in the piling works to protect vulnerable local animals.