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"german bight" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

06:41 min | 2 weeks ago

"german bight" Discussed on Le Show

"And other organisms. I blame the barnacles just make previous estimates suggest around eighty percent micro-plastics in the marine environment originate from land based sources packaging waste being the biggest contributor the remaining twenty percent linked to marine based debris fishing gear a major culprit. This is from chemistry world dot com. It is a chemistry world after all now. Finding from team at the university of oldenburg young and berg was still sending up has happened suggests that the Anti fouling coatings used to protect ships from marine organisms. Maybe an underestimated source of micro plastic pollution group managed the concentrations of ten commonly used plastics and samples taken from surface waters across. The german bight. No not spelled that way. Scenario of the southeastern corner of the north sea contains some of the world's busiest shipping lanes the researchers found that up to eighty percent of the micro plastic content. Could there's that word again be attributed to polymers. Used s coating binders rather than from solid plastics. Used in consumer goods. So they're going to. I guess do more research on that or leaving good. They could do that. Researchers from the institute of environmental science and technology of marcellina university warned of the impact of having to wait to turn the page at impact is seriously german. These pages are all right anyway. The impact of the of tourism. What the deal is impact of tourism in the mediterranean islands. What impact that has on the production of marine litter on beaches. They recommend taking advantage of the situation generated by the covid thing to rethink a new. More sustainable model like tourist stay home. Research recently published in scientific reports shows that the recreational use of mediterranean island beaches during the summertime is responsible for up to eighty percent of the marine litter accumulating on those beaches generate huge amounts of micro-plastics through the presentation of larger plastic items. Your bottles. your bottles your bags. The international study analyze the effect of waste generated by tourism on eight med islands. Over the past four years so it's an average of two islands a year the marine mainly. I do the math right here. On the on the fly. Ladies and gentlemen. I'm very proud to say the marine litter including micro-plastics can be defined as needed to find it. This environmental issue is threatening the good health of marine ecosystems and can lead to the loss of biodiversity says the study can have huge economic impacts for coastal communities that depend on ecosystem services by increasing expenditure on beach. Gleaning public health or waste. Disposal says the researcher and author of the article. The med region welcomes about one third of the world tourism. Every year particularly affected by environmental pollution related to tourism due to their attractiveness med islands multiply their populations up to twenty times during the high season. And those those incoming people probably do get high which no the plastic fibers. Tiny ones have been found in the stomachs of deep-sea fish. Living in a row won't remote part of the south atlantic ocean. I don't think they they use boats. The fibers most likely to have come from washing. Machine wastewater sanitary items or wet wipes that have been flushed. Down toilets see wet wipes from the national history museum natural history museum website of the uk. That's their museum. So the covid makes us us more wet wipes. We flushed the wipes down the toilet. That tristan to kunia is the most remote inhabited group of islands in the world. Volcanic islands rise out of the south atlantic far from any other end habitat areas and museum discovery. Voyage couple of years ago collected life from the deep ocean surrounding those islands. two thirds of the individuals. We looked at damning. Fish had plastic them and viscose was present in half of the specimen said chief a researcher. I'm not surprised. Plastic is made it into the depths of the ocean. There are readily ingested by fish until now little has been known about plastic and deep ocean. Life this goes semi synthetic material semi synthetic part of. It actually happened which has been chemically treated in modified for using clothing as well as sanitary items your pads and wet wipes even the pray inside the fish at eton plastic fibers so inside one common fang tooth fish. There was a cockeyed squid and a bearded sea devil. Which had both eaten plastic to designate. Plastic is being passed up the food chain. I want to be one of the guys that gives fish their names. It just seems like they're having too much fun and he's just just one word micro-plastics and now let me go off format to acknowledge. The today is valentine's day. Look look at what you've done you've hit on run my heart. I just can't seem to think saving myself and still don't understand why you'd be the men but i can't. Singapore loving son gets it mysterious. I could be wrong choosing our planes. I could you be entertaining friends. Paul my.

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"german bight" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

07:57 min | Last month

"german bight" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Water is every day. It up and is dissolved into vapor and rises to the upper region where it is condensed again by the cold and so returns to earth in china on the philosopher chong dispelled the myth of rain coming from the heavens concluding. That rain is evaporated from water on the earth into the and forms clouds stating that clouds condense into rain although he quits. This idea is coming from earlier. Theories proposed centuries before even jesus has something on the subject of weather saying in the new testament when evening comes you say it will be fair. Weather for the sky is right in the middle ages. There were scientific discoveries that explained some of the principles that on whether although many scholars believed was still linked to astrology and the position of the stop loss in the seventeenth century the tools of modern weather forecasting listening to appear with gutter layer got. La's construction of a thermo scope a glass tube containing globes of different density. That will rise or fall. Depending on the change in density with temperature in sixteen forty three evangelista torricelli invents the mercury barometer and a few years later pascal calculated the weight of and prove that above the atmosphere. I lay not invisible matter then known as platinum but a vacuum. The eighteenth century sees balloon early publish. The basic laws of is hardly explaining global atmospheric collation an fahrenheit inventing the mercury th the moment but in the nineteenth century. The advances come thick and fast. Luke howard the subject of an earlier tail. Assigns cloud names that we still use today. Francis beaufort classifies wind speeds and it scott spa gustaf. Coriolis is the basis for the turning force. We now know as the coriolis effect. All the scientific principles by coming together and there was a growing interest in predicting weather driven in the main by the needs of shipping. But it was a storm in eighteen. Fifty nine and the loss of the steam clipper royal. Charter that galvanized action to create the very first formal forecasting system. The royal charta was considered a modern and powerful vessel driven by sail and steam and was returning from australia to liverpool in england as the ship reached the island of anglesey amiss. Seventy five miles from their destination. The captain decided to continue past the safety of hollyhead. Haba and continue on the glass was falling. Has the press should decreased and the wind eventually reached storm force twelve driving the ship onto the rocky coast of anglesey with many passengers returning from the australian goldrush bouillon in the hulled was in short for three hundred. Twenty two thousand pounds over forty million pounds in today's money and they was much more held by the many successful prospectors on ble. Apart from the enormous loss of wealth there was a tragic loss of life with only forty being saved from the complement of nearly five hundred passengers and crew in the face of this calamity. a new department within the british board of trade was formed with vice. Admiral robert fitzroy at its head. The forerunner of the met office fitzroy established a chained above stations around the country linked by the new fangled telegraph system passing daily weather reports back to him independently. The same concept was starting in the united states with reports being sent to the smithsonian institute but the us where the bureau wouldn't be formed for a decade ship's captains were tasked with the collection of data on the weather from instruments loan to them for the purpose and they pass it on with this data fitzroy began to develop whether charts that would allow him to make predictions which he cold forecasting the weather the first time the term was coined before long. The daily forecasts were being published in the times. Newspaper's giving the public. Their first taste of what the weather might be for the day. The very first stated the temperature in london wants to be sixty two degrees clear with a southwesterly wind although it would be a few years into the future in nineteen eleven. The met office began issuing marine weather forecasts which included gale and storm warnings via radio transmission areas around great except in south fitzroy xiao's from drian east good occasionally poor in east london fastness north or northwest full service has now been running for over one hundred and fifty three years and includes thirty one c areas around the british isles with quaint names. Well nine to the british. Such as daga fisher german bight trafalgar and fitzroy named after the man who began it as the emphasis moved from the into the air. The advances and travel work seeding the capability of forecasting to predict and it wasn't until nineteen eighteen that the us weather bureau began issuing bulletins and forecasts for domestic military flights. And the new mail routes recognizing the important connection between weather focusing and aviation on may the twentieth nineteen twenty six. Congress passed the air. Commerce act this act. Included legislation directing the weather bureau to furnish whether repulse full costs and warnings to promote the safety and efficiency of and obligation in the united states. Back then most of the effort was to find out what was happening. Not want would be happening. Whether observations were mainly taken from the ground and there was no real way to gather accurate information from the sky above other than tracking a balloon. All listening to reports from pilots after they land over the years technology would evolve and whether would be from regular meta cross flights an improvement from earlier kind observations in addition to radio psalms battery-powered instruments attached to a balloon that transmitted readings back to the ground via radio. In britain. the efforts put into weather. Forecasting was intense as it was considered a vital part of the war effort in the forties. The met office had already become part of the war office following the first world war and.

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"german bight" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:45 min | 4 months ago

"german bight" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Senator Heinrich this morning. Talk to Teresa Jerry Fernandez few minutes ago. Everybody brought up infrastructure. Can we get it done? Can we get it done? Does it Will it take federal money, but say we get the federal money is part of our heroes. Actor stimulus bill some kind. You know what's the next step? What's what's preventing us? What's you know? What's the bump in the road here? Is preventing us from like getting broadband out across the state. At the federal level, I think Walking us is Just an inability for members of Congress to work together after last year. You know, the Senate dysfunction has really been a difficult thing to conquer it. The state level You know the last Two enough years we've invested Billions of dollars in infrastructure projects that are currently under construction. Now you're here in Santa Fe. Anyone? His German Bight Vargas maul, you know, you see the resurfacing of the roads. Mikes and probes that's all part of this state level work. We're doing. Big road projects all over the state. You know, Sewer projects. Republic health in our free A here in Santa Fe. All sorts of things are coming from the state level will continue to do that, Um, a cz long as we have money in the severance tax Permanent fund. We will be able to Um, you have these big capital projects. Including broadband, and that's that's gonna be a really Big new changes, making sure that broadband is a part of each and every capital Outlay project Our guest speaker Briny Goff. Ah, the governor's proposing $25 million new money for Ah, for tourism to market. The state of New Mexico Post Cove it, I say, You know, I have to go post covert, and you also have to Ah, factor in the other thing that you brought up speaker and that is climate change. You know, we're looking at a changing outdoor recreation, which we say you know is one of our great advantage is one of our you know, clean industries that could weaken bringing in Mexico with all the land and me that we have, but That is changing as well because the climate change, so you won't address that. Do you? Like the idea of the governor's proposing $25 million is kind of economic development and in terms of tourism Absolutely outdoor recreation. Has been and continues to be one of the central components of Outdoor recreation. You know, we've got to bring people into New Mexico. Get him here. We've got to tell them that Durango has nothing on us that for seeds you want, Teo? Or Phoenix writing. If you There's not many places in the world like Northwest Mexico, where you have literally world class. Fishing, a TTE, the Navajo damaged and one river. Ah, incredible. Bike trails, bouldering, all manner about to erect and it's right there. He has what people know it's there and the visitors. You know, people people forget about little outdoor sport that brings in a lot of money brings them as much as fishing and hunting. And that is golf and you can play golf in Mexico with some of the best course is for the third of the price that you can play down in Phoenix. So It's a great outdoor sport brings in a lot of people did know Mexico. All right, eh? So you're on board with the with the extra money for tourism. What other what other priorities do you see for the House and the Legislature and the administration? Continuing to address educational inequality. Is Part of the education Moonshot we launched two years ago will be back renewing our focus there. And we was the first bill that I carried since becoming speaker to create the New Mexico Civil Rights Commission. That is the meeting and doing fantastic work. They're going to recommend to the Legislature. Legislation to create into Mexico Civil Rights Act. Also look at limiting the use of qualified immunity. That too often. Shields bad actors from accountability in court, then Americans and Mexicans who deprived of their constitutional rights. Ah! I think that's that's going to be the top of the list and We're discussing. The possibility of Creating a statewide commission. Two. Deal with truth and reconciliation issues as well as Looking at monuments throughout the state year. We all Saw what happened here in Santa Fe. I think it was You know the way that all happened. I was not good to say the least to you. Have a dangerous situation. Or on the plaza. I think we need to have a calm, respectful, measured way too. Look at how we handle Monuments all over New Mexico. Sort of mob situation that occurred there. You can't be tolerated and, uh, hope would be that Having a statewide look at it with Mission comprised of respected Cultural leaders in New Mexico. I think I would go a long way to getting voice to people who have very strong opinions about monument. Is it just my imagination or is an effort needed to also bridge the gap between North and South? Well, you know, we've seen the efforts but by the governor in combating cove it on and you know, making it making a statewide effort and a lot of people in the South. Oh, are are against her efforts. What can the Legislature do? What can leaders in New Mexico do Assuming let's say the Biden administrator comes out and we see the spike across the country. They're gonna have a national mandate for mouse. How can how can we help the president and thereby help the governor and their bar? Help ourselves because that's the first order of business in getting back getting back to business Getting back in schools? Yeah. It's a very question and wait for the governor. Has issued lawful orders requiring people wear masks in public. I don't got local elected officials and Republican legislators who are Frankly, setting a terrible example. And our Refusing to Um Take a very simple step that keeps themselves in their communities. Safe. It is Outrageous..

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"german bight" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"german bight" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Four we welcome helen willetts chris thank you good morning it's time for the shipping forecast issued by the metaphysics on behalf of the maritime and coastguard agency it oh five five on today thursday the twenty second of march two thousand eighteen there are warnings of gales in sold lundy fastnet irish sea shannon rockall mallon hebrides farrell theros and southeast iceland the generals opposite midnight high fitzroy one thousand thirty four expected south west france one thousand and twenty by midnight tonight low six hundred miles west of solar thousand and twelve expected shannon nine nine four by same time new low expected mullen nine eight nine by that time so the area forecast for the next twenty four hours viking not serious south zero forties northwesterly backing southwesterly five then backing southerly five to seven later drizzle foe patches moderate occasionally very poor komati fourth tyne west dogar westerly six backing seventy five to seven rain later moderate occasionally poor later east yoga fisher german bight northwesterly backing subtly later five or six for patches rain at first mortared occasionally very poor humber thames north west six backing west four than south six later rain at first for patches moderate casually very poor dover white west six backing south west five to seven later ray later good occasion paul later portland plymouth west five backing south west five to.

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"german bight" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"german bight" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Get to enjoy the return of our series based on unit war diaries and eyewitness accounts i don't want to stay twiddling my thumbs to hunt stormtroopers turn up that's what that means stormtroopers true stories from the great war exactly a hundred years ago stem chapin face to face i said killers we hand grenades and bayonets quiet the new series of tommy's reaches the german spring offensive the seventy eight thousand casualties on that nearly forgotten day with the highest in the war starts this afternoon at two fifteen on bbc radio four now radio four we welcome louise they're good morning thanks chris this is the shipping forecast issued by the metaphysics on behalf of the maritime and coastguard agency at five oh five on wednesday the twenty first of march two thousand eighteen there are warnings of gaels viking so shannon rockall hebrides and farrell the general synopsis at midnight high so one thousand thirty eight dissipating by midnight tonight the forecast for the next twenty four hours viking north at sierra westerly or southwesterly five to seven occasionally late at first in viking very northwest sleep four or five later showers then occasional rain good occasionally poor south at sierra forties cromartie fourth westerly northwesterly backing southwesterly for time five to seven to creasing four times occasional rain showers good occasionally poor tyne dogo fisher german bight humber northwest four or five occasionally six fisher backing west five to seven then veering northwest five or six later showers than occasional rain good occasionally poor thames dover white north backing west four or five decreasing three at times occasionally six later rain showers moderate or good portland plymouth north backing west four or five decreasing three at times biscay north or northeast four.

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"german bight" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"german bight" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Four hours southwest viking southeasterly seven to survey gale nine decreasing five or six fair good occasionally poor northeast viking north at sierra southeasterly five to seven in south otherwise three or four all fair good south at sierra forties cromartie fourth time dogar fisher german bight easterly or southeasterly six together eight occasionally survey gale nine at first rain or sleet then snow showers moderate so good occasionally poor occasionally light icing in south at sarah humber e six together eight perhaps avi gil nine later rain or sleet then snow showers mortar to good occasionally pool thames dover wight cyclonic four or five becoming east or northeast five to seven baps gear late later rain or snow at times moderato good occasionally very poor portland plymouth variable three or four becoming east of your southeasterly four or five increasing six or seven later in northeast portland showers moderate or good biscay fitzroy soul cyclonic five to seven decreasing three or four accepts in south biscay and southeast fitzroy thundery showers good occasionally poor lundy fastnet cyclonic becoming east four or five.

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"german bight" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"german bight" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"One losing its identity the area forecast for the next twenty four hours viking northeast sarah northeasterly five to seven becoming variable for later occasionally gay later i in north fair good south it's era variable four becoming southeasterly four or five later fair good forties cromartie fourth time northwest daghe knowsley becoming variable then becoming southeast later three or four increasing five at times fair good southeast dogar fisher german bight northwesterly four or five becoming variable for later rain at first good occasionally poor at first humber thames dover white northwest five or six backing west four then backing south later rain at first good occasionally moderate portland plymouth biscay westfall backing south four or five increasing five to seven later perhaps gay late later rain late later good occasionally moderate later fitzroy south six together occasionally survey gal nine later rain good occasionally poor soul subtly six to gail eight occasionally survey gal nine of i in west rain good occasionally poor lundy fastnet irish sea west four backing south or southeast five or six increasing seven or gala later rain later good occasionally paul later shannon ruckle south or southeast six together late increasing survey gal nine for a time rain good occasionally poor mullen hebrides southwest four or five backing southeast five to seven occasionally gay late later rain later good occasionally moderate bailey south five or six backing southeast five to seven occasionally gay late later rain good occasionally poor pharrell eastleigh varying southeasterly four or five occasionally six showers good pharaohs southeast iceland easterly or southeasterly six together late occasionally survey gal nine in southeast iceland occasional rain good occasionally poor i'm about to reports from the coastal stations fray four hundred tari automatic west south west to twelve miles a thousand and one rising slowly stornoway south by east to recent rain twenty two miles a thousand rising slowly lyric northeast five sixty miles a thousand and rising slowly lucas north west one missed four.

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