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New snailfish genome reveals how they adapted to the pressures of deep-sea life

Phys Dot Org 13 May 2021
Xinhua Chen of the Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University and Qiong Shi of the BGI Academy of Marine Sciences published their analysis of the new genome May 13th in the journal PLOS Genetics ... separate marine trenches ... doi.org/10.1371/journal.pgen.1009530 Journal information.
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Veteran group, monca present free virtual art show

Chico Enterprise Record 13 May 2021
Guest-presenters for the virtual art pop-up are Ehren Tool, a Marine who makes cups for military families; Lilith Meredith, of the Air Force, who works in hand-made booklets and journals; Don Bravo, a Marine who creates sculptures from recycled materials; and Ramekon ...
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Coast Guard investigating Maurice River fuel spill

Atlantic City 13 May 2021
Ahmad Austin. A fuel spill from a motor vessel potentially released more than 700 gallons of marine diesel fuel into the Maurice River in Leesburg on Wednesday. Support Local Journalism ... {{featured_button_text}} ... Twitter @ACPressAustin. .
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Seattle-L.A. Dodgers Runs

Finger Lakes Times 12 May 2021
Mariners first. J.P. Crawford grounds out to third base, Justin Turner to Max Muncy ... Mariners 1, Dodgers 0. Mariners fourth ... Mariners 3, Dodgers 0 ... Mariners 3, Dodgers 1 ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal. Mariners sixth ... Mariners 4, Dodgers 1 ... Mariners 4, Dodgers 3 ... Dodgers 6, Mariners 4 ... .
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Marin School Board Votes To Rename Drake High After Beloved, Former Teacher Archie Williams

CBS Sports 12 May 2021
Panel Selects Archie Williams as New Name for Drake High in Marin County ... According to the Marin Independent Journal, the school will likely spend the summer changing its signage, uniforms and sports fields in time for the 2021 Fall semester.
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Maine’s Mid-Century Moment: Kosti Ruohomaa’s Beloved Maine at the Penobscot Marine Museum

Bangor Daily News 12 May 2021
The University of Maine at Augusta in partnership with the Penobscot Marine Museum, will present Kosti Ruohomaa’s Beloved Maine with speakers Deanna Bonner-Ganter, author of “Kosti Ruohomaa. The Photographer Poet,” and Kevin Johnson, Penobscot Marine Museum photo archivist, who will delve into the life and work of this iconic Maine photographer.
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Providence officer new to the job helped the Secret Service last week

The Providence Journal 12 May 2021
He became a sworn police officer in 2017 after a long career in the private sector, specifically at The Providence Journal in telemarketing and sales, and his work history encompasses six years in the Marine Corps, including a tour in Iraq ... Watching a perimeter is something Tavares knows about as a Marine.
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Marine Corps base in Japan offers Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to adolescents

Stars and Stripes 12 May 2021
Please support our journalism with a subscription. TOKYO – A Marine Corps air station in western Japan announced Wednesday it would soon give COVID-19 vaccinations to adolescents as young as 12 years old ... Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni has opened its coronavirus vaccination ...
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Historic Portsmouth: A boy's New Castle life in 1887

Portsmouth Herald 12 May 2021
Historians usually miss the wider picture ... Even the occasional journal or diary usually comes from an educated adult ... But even the maddeningly misspelled words fooled no one ... I still have it ... The dark-haired brother, Borland, is mentioned in the journal entry and went on to become a merchant marine ... Here, from his journal, is Hermann's day ... Mrs ... Mrs.
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Invasive species alters marine community, interferes in post-disaster recovery

Phys Dot Org 11 May 2021
Clavelina oblonga, an invasive marine fouling species, not only reduces diversity in communities it invades, it also interferes in their recovery following natural disasters—a process known as "succession." ... However, marine fouling communities don't follow the same pattern as terrestrial ecosystems ... 10.1002/ecs2.3471 Journal information.
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Informed tourists make whale watching safer for whales

Phys Dot Org 11 May 2021
These two papers were published in a special volume of Frontiers in Marine Science dedicated to studies of whale-watching practices worldwide." ... Breeding whales are threatened by marine pollution, ship strikes, climate change, noise and disturbances while they are resting, socializing and feeding ... 10.3389/fmars.2021.627348 Journal information.
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Coral reef restorations can be optimized to reduce flood risk

Phys Dot Org 11 May 2021
Published in Frontiers in Marine Science, these guidelines hope to optimize restoration efforts not only for the benefit of the ecosystem, but also to protect the coast and people living on it ... Roelvink et al, Coral Reef Restorations Can Be Optimized to Reduce Coastal Flooding Hazards, Frontiers in Marine Science (2021) ... Frontiers in Marine Science.
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Sharks in protected area attract illegal fishers

Phys Dot Org 10 May 2021
Thousands of sharks have been illegally caught in a Marine Protected Area (MPA) in the Indian Ocean, new research shows ... The study was funded by grant ID is BPMS 2017-12 from the Bertarelli foundation, as part of the Bertarelli Programme of Marine Science. The paper, published in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science, is entitled.
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First Look: Chef Nick Melvin finds a home for Poco Loco ATL in Kirkwood

Atlanta Journal 10 May 2021
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