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HD Black Sea MAP Maritime Archaeology Project documentary footage
 
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Footage for the upcoming documentary of University of Southampton's Black Sea MAP produced by Black Sea Films
Views: 11531 Rodrigo Pacheco-Ruiz
ghosts of the  black sea
 
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for those who likes this doc watch?v=R-wdHizE2VM watch?v=_8eU77XvhZ8 watch?v=NU0lwuT_oqQ watch?v=GubH-kNO31E Seven years ago, on his third trip to the Black Sea, Dr. Robert Ballard discovered a miraculously well-preserved Byzantine shipwreck, but his team could only take pictures. Now, Ballard returns with state-of-the-art technology and a revolutionary $1.5 million robot known as "Hercules" to excavate two shipwrecks for the first time ever, including one of the most pristine ancient vessels ever found. Ballard and his team have only two weeks, so they must work in perfect precision on their hunt for the Ghost Ships of the Black Sea.
Views: 666463 vidasan
The Black Sea Orchestra - The Black Sea Project -1- Horum Istanbul
 
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A great 1st tune from their album "The Black Sea Project" 1996 Details: http://www.okaytemiz.com/english/grups/blacksea.htm
Views: 2227 zeevoosh
Black Sea Oil & Gas MGD project - 3D presentation movie
 
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Black Sea Oil & Gas MGD Project contains 10 bcm of gas or the equivalent of 10% of Romania’s gas needs and will imply a $400mm investment for this 1st Phase using substantially Romanian companies and their services.
Views: 1589 BSOG
The Black Sea  / Emblas project
 
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The movie presents the facts about the Black Sea and information about the Joint Black Sea Surveys, conducted in frame of the EU / UNDP assistance project on marine policy, “Improving Environmental Monitoring in the Black Sea” (EMBLAS) both in Ukrainian and Georgian territorial waters in 2016. The main goal of the surveys was to collect the new information about the environmental status of the Black Sea and thus contribute to the implementation of the EU Marine Strategy Framework Directive.
Views: 125 UNDP Ukraine
Black Sea project, 2017 (Istanbul and Odessa)
 
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Jun Kawasaki, Music and Poetic Drama Laboratory Baikal project and Black Sea project Black Sea project: Istanbul, Turkey and Odessa, Ukraine July 2017 河崎純 音楽詩劇研究所 バイカル・黒海プロジェクト 黒海プロジェクト: イスタンブール(トルコ)& オデッサ(ウクライナ) 2017年7月 http://musicpoeticdrama.com
Views: 349 matsukazenooto
Cursed Shipwreck Yields Treasure and Human Remains | National Geographic
 
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For 450 years, no one knew where the Swedish warship Mars, named for the Roman god of war, sank in the Baltic Sea. The largest vessel of its time went down in a fierce battle in 1564 with more than 800 people aboard. Its discovery in 2011 yielded an astonishingly well-preserved ship, including the seamen who went down with it. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Legend has it that the ship was cursed because its cannons were made using metal from melted-down church bells. Read more about the Mars and its legend: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/07/140707-mars-shipwreck-warship-baltic-sea-archaeology-science/ Learn more about the Mars discovery and the project to study it: http://www.oceandiscovery.org/?q=mars SENIOR PRODUCER: Jeff Hertrick INTERVIEW VIDEOGRAPHER: Ingemar Lundgren UNDERWATER VIDEOGRAPHY: Ocean Discovery and Deep Sea UNDERWATER PHOTOGRAPHY: Tomasz Stachura EDITOR: Jennifer Murphy Cursed Shipwreck Yields Treasure and Human Remains | National Geographic https://youtu.be/yCaC5316tRg National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 644110 National Geographic
Mega Project Canal Istanbul
 
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Mega project Canal Istanbul with English dubbing. Crazy Project Canal Istanbul Kanal Istanbul is the Turkish project name of the artificial sea-level waterway, which is being built by the Republic of Turkey on the European side of Turkey, connecting the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara, and hence to the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. Kanal İstanbul would bisect the current European side of Istanbul and thus form an island between the continents of Asia and Europe (the island would have a shoreline with the Black Sea, Sea of Marmara, the new canal and the Bosphorus). The new waterway would bypass the current Bosphorus. Kanal İstanbul aims to minimise shipping traffic in the Istanbul Strait. The project is intended for the 100th anniversary in 2023 of the foundation of the Turkish Republic.
Views: 224307 Ensar Dönmez
「 TM 」 Black Sea | 6k Celebration Collab #1
 
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Hello, here is another project from TeamMagi, although this one is a bit different and marks the start of our 6,000 subscribers celebration ❤ This one has been planned for a while and we recently hit 6,000, so it's perfect timing and I hope you're all as excited about the project as I am! It isn't only to celebrate our happiness over reaching another milestone but also to celebrate the arrival of the new year. 2018 will bring us all our ups and downs and I hope everyone are excited about the new year ❤ This collab was hosted by our member Blake (Bakayama) and she led the team with the theme: dark/angst. She's done well leading this collab and definitely deserves the credit for it. Her team members were Maira (xQueenMai), Petra (pandasenpaii), Sabry (TiVoglioBeneOneeChan) and Marialena (Marialenahime1998). I'm very proud of you all and you managed to hand it in a couple of hours after the deadline, so I'm happy and proud of you all. Thank you for this gorgeous project, you all did very well ❤ ;FukosLullaby, leader footage: Magi song: Black Sea by Natasha Blume 00:00 part 1 Bakayama 00:17 part 2 xQueenMai 00:34 part 3 pandasenpaii 00:49 part 4 xQueenMai 01:06 part 5 Marialenahime1998 01:22 part 6 TiVoglioBeneOneeChan 01:38 part 7 Marialenahime1998 01:53 part 8 Bakayama 02:10 part 9 TiVoglioBeneOneeChan 02:26 part 10 pandasenpaii
Views: 22812 TeamMagi
Black Sea Project (Varna, Bulgaria) / Проект Черно Море (Варна, България)
 
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I had this pleasure, to live in Varna, Bulgaria for a few months. There was really stunning view from balcony of my appartement. I really love sea so I took a photo every day. Finally when I realised I have so many beautiful memories of this everyday view I decided to share it with you guys. :) Hope you enjoy! Soundtrack origin belongs to Ivan Torrent - Icarus (Feat. Julie Elven) Available in digital stores: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/icarus-feat.-julie-elven-single/id587594054 http://www.amazon.com/Icarus-feat-Julie-Elven/dp/B00AOHHPCU/ All the rights belongs to Ivan Torrent. I do not own the song or any licence. If you like the video you can follow me here for more: Instagram: @kdejemoni
Views: 92 Kde je Moni
Проект ГОРЫ | эксклюзив | красота | mountains | black sea I не ожидал встречи
 
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Проект ГОРЫ. Первая часть. Поднимаюсь на маркхотский хребет. Поднимаюсь по одному вертикальному хребту - спускаюсь по другому. Весь путь занял примерно четыре часа. Случайно по пути встретил студенток (туристок) небольшое интервью.
Views: 49 weekdays city
World's Oldest Intact Shipwreck Found Off Bulgarian Coast
 
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A team of researchers has found the world's oldest intact shipwreck. The Black Sea Maritime Archaeology project recently found the wreck off the coast of Bulgaria. It's believed to be from a Greek merchant ship. Carbon dating has shown it to be more than 2,400 years old! The ruins were discovered more than a mile underwater, in oxygen-free conditions that helped preserve the ship's parts. It's just one of several ancient vessels the Black Sea Archaeology project has found over the past three years.
Views: 103797 Inside Edition
ALOE Project LIVE Set In Da BlackSea
 
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Выступление ALOE Project - саксофониста Стас Шенкера и DJ Posohov в ресторане BlackSea (Севастополь). Одно из первых выступлений. Все играется вживую. Игра саксофониста - 100% импровизация. Все треки, которые играет ди-джей, саксофонист слышит впервые. Сакс римейки и сакс кавер-версии исполняемых треков также звучат впервые. Связаться с артистами для заказа можно по телефону +79787875391, через Viber или WhatsApp, а также в личных сообщениях аккаунтов, указанных в баннере канала. ALOE Project concert - saxophonist Stas Schenker and DJ Posohov in the BlackSea restaurant (Sevastopol). One of the first performances. Everything is played live. The saxophonist's game is 100% improvisation. All tracks, which plays a DJ, the saxophonist hears for the first time. Sax remakes and sax cover versions of the performed tracks also sound for the first time. You can contact the artists for ordering by calling +79787875391, via Viber or WhatsApp, as well as in the personal messages of the accounts specified in the channel banner.
Views: 3 StasShenkerSax
DGS • Black Sea
 
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[HD] We are very excited to have finished this dark crossover project, and just after Halloween too! Hope you enjoy. And two projects finished in just a few days- great job, team! Song by Natasha Blume. host: AppleKiss theme: Dark, mysterious, twisted crossover romance. participants: Part 01: Amalthea - Proteus x Ariel Part 02: AmazingRuin - Belle x Hades Part 03: XxFairyTopia - Maleficent x Charming Part 04: MichonElise - Frollo x Jasmine Part 05: Arisa Yoshida - Phillip x Megara Part 06: xMadDisaster - Aladdin x Aurora Part 07: TheSilverPocketWatch - Moses x Eris Part 08: LightOfHeze - Shang x Sara Part 09: AppleKiss - Vanessa x Gaston Part 10: Parsplace1994 - Pocahontas x The Colonel -- Official facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DisneyGenStudio/timeline "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."
Project: "OLKAS: "From the Aegean to the Black Sea"
 
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Това е част от филма. Само за Българското Черноморско крайбрежие. The project Project: "OLKAS: "From the Aegean to the Black Sea" -- medieval Ports in the Maritime Routs of the East." The aim of the "Olkas" project is the promotion of the medieval city --ports of the Black Sea and the cultural heritage preserved in them, in order to contribute to the development of the cultural tourism of the area. This development tents to highlight the cultural, tourist and economic relations in the region, through the medieval monuments preserved. The monuments, movable and immovable, reflect the historical, social, economic and cultural conditions in which culture has been developed. They are also the living witnesses which testify the contacts between these regions. Through the sea routes have been succeed the communication between coastal cities of Black Sea and Aegean with the capital of the Byzantine Empire, Constantinople. These roads, which have been circulated by merchants, soldiers, artists, travelers, pilgrims etc, became a direct way for the transmission of goods, products, ideas, values and artistic trends which have greatly influenced the cultural heritage. The highlight of this communication and association of the cities is the aim of the project "Olkas." The project is co-funded by the European program «Joint Operational Program" BLACK SEA 2007-2013"» and by national resources, and it is coordinated by the European Centre of Byzantine and Post Byzantine Monuments (E.K.B.M.M.). Through the project "Olkas" has already been established a network of bodies representing the countries around the Black Sea (Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine and Georgia) which focus on the study and the promotion of the medieval heritage preserved. Partners of EKBMM in this project are 7 institutions from 6 countries: Cultural Center of Thessaloniki (GR), Istanbul University (TU), Cultural Awareness Foundation (TU), Varna Regional Museum (BU), Museum for National History and Archaeology for Constanta (RO), Branch for the Hellenic Foundation for Culture in Odessa (UK) and "G. Chubinashvili" National Research Centre for Georgian Art History and Heritage Preservation (GE). In addition, there are 4 associate partners: Russian National Committee for Black Sea Economic Cooperation (RU), Committee for Preservation of Cultural Heritage (UK), Institute of Archaeology "V.Parnan" of the Romanian Academy (RO) and Administration of State Historical -- Architectural Reserve "Icherisheher" under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan (AZ). Among the activities included in this project are: the documentation of the selected ports in a data base, the production of a documentary film, the organization of a portable photo-exhibition, the creation of a website, the implementation of some educational programs for students, the exchange of the experience and the expertise through conferences and workshops and the organization of an International Symposium in Thessaloniki. http://www.olkas.net
Views: 1651 obraz4e
Black Sea Project - Curl
 
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Video for 'Curl' by Black Sea Project from 'Low Slung' 12" on Takeover Records 2005. https://www.discogs.com/Various-Lowslung-EP/release/544475 http://www.myspace.com/blackseaproject
Views: 762 Stephen Rennicks
Black Sea Oil & Gas MGD Project presentation movie - full details
 
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Black Sea Oil & Gas' MGD Project consists of 5 production wells (1 subsea well at Doina field and 4 platform wells at Ana field) a subsea gas production system over the Doina well which will be connected through an 18 km pipeline with a new unmanned production platform located over Ana field. A 121 km subsea pipeline will ensure the delivery of the gas from Ana platform to the shore, where a 4.1 km underground pipeline will connect to the new gas treatment plant (GTP). The processed gas will be delivered into the NTS operated by Transgaz at the gas metering station to be found within the GTP.
Views: 605 BSOG
A 7 Ethnia Project at the Black Sea | Documentary
 
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A documentary movie about seven different ethnic groups who live in the same geographical area. Everybody is singing, dancing and laughing in one our of unique old traditions discovery.
Views: 401 rofilco
World's oldest intact shipwreck discovered
 
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The world's oldest intact shipwreck has been discovered in the Black Sea after the most technologically advanced search ever. Carbon dated to 500 BC, the ship is among 72 found at the bottom of the sea and may have been depicted on an ancient vase. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skynews Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skynews Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/skynews For more content go to http://news.sky.com and download our apps: Apple: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/sky-news/id316391924?mt=8 Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bskyb.skynews.android&hl=en_GB
Views: 82093 Sky News
Fly Project - Black Sea
 
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Fly Project - Black Sea
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BSOG exploration drilling campaign, Black Sea, 2018
 
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Black Sea Oil & Gas’ two well drilling program in the XV Midia block, offshore Black Sea, Q2 2018
Views: 1565 BSOG
Honda PC-800 Black Sea Project
 
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Может кому будет интересно следить за развитием проекта. Больше людей - больше идей! Видео без обработки, потому как если начну еще и допиливать их в редакторе, то это затянется надолго. В общем вэлкам - пишите комментарии!
「yoonmin」black sea;
 
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omg it's finally DONE i had this project since november and it's FINISHED song: natasha blume — black sea fandom: bts pairing: yoongi × jimin program: sony vegas pro 12 coloring: jang gi
Views: 76351 sugar cup
BLACK SEA HIGHWAY PROJECT, ПРОЕКТ АМ ЧЕРНО МОРЕ
 
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Презентация: АМ "Черно морe" - ключов транспортен елемент от Черноморския магистрален пръстен и паневропейските коридори - Проф. Николай Михайлов и инж. Николай Вълев
Views: 1331 TraceGroupBG
Exploration Of Black Sea’s Floor Turns Up Wrecked Ships From Byzantine And Ottoman Empires
 
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While mapping the floor of the Black Sea, researchers discovered dozens of long lost wrecked ships, with some belonging to the Byzantine and Ottoman empires. An international team of experts is engaged in a massive undertaking to map the floor of the Black Sea, an endeavor intended to provide insights into the water-level rise following the last ice age and its impact on habitation.  In the process, the mission’s 2 powerful ROVs discovered dozens of wrecked ships, with some belonging to the Byzantine and Ottoman empires.  Though many of the vessels are recorded in history as being lost, this is the first time such reports have been substantiated with the downed ships themselves. Further, the wrecks serve an indication of how coastal communities connected with one another over time.  Professor Jon Adams, a Black Sea initiative investigator and founding director of the Centre for Maritime Archaeology at the University of Southampton, said, “The wrecks are a complete bonus, but a fascinating discovery…They are astonishingly preserved…”  He further commented, “…no-one has achieved models of this completeness on shipwrecks at these depths.”
Views: 65112 GeoBeats News
Black Sea: Turkish Stream pipeline crosses into Turkey’s exclusive economic zone
 
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The first line of the Turkish Stream gas pipeline crossed into the Turkish exclusive economic zone in the Black Sea, footage released on Saturday shows. To mark the occurrence Pioneering Spirit, the world’s largest cable laying vessel, laid pipe sections marked with Russian and Turkish flags. The vessel will continue on to the Turkish Black Sea town of Kiyikoy. Video ID: 20171104 010 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Views: 6990 Ruptly
Black Sea Wines Documentary Film
 
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This film drives us through a number of wineries in the Black Sea countries and regions: Greece - Central Macedonia, Bulgaria – Varna Region, Romania – Vrancea County / Panciu, Moldova – Chisinau, Ukraine – Odessa Region. The film takes the audience on a journey from Thessaloniki to Odessa, were a lot of winemakers, wine producers wine critics and wine lovers, are interviewed. The trends, the techniques, the traditions of the wine industry in the Black Sea area are also examined. The production of film is made within the framework of the Black Sea Basin Joint Operational Programme “Black Sea WinExports” Project, co-financed by European and National funds. The EU Project’s partners are: Peirama NPO – Greece, Panciu Territorial Administrative Unit – Romania, “Business Agency” Association - Bulgaria, Moldovan Small Wine Producers Association - Moldova, and Regional Fund for Support of Entrepreneurship – Ukraine.
Views: 1777 Peirama NPO
ProShow Produser  проект Чёрное море Black Sea
 
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исполняет Эльбрус Джанмирзоев проект сделан на основе проекта "Сердца стук" Ksandra42 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDmhVlRwWEsBEXVyYNhEzjw
BLACK SEA | BTS
 
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I started this project in August 2017 and decided an hour ago to upload it now because it would just get even more dusty on my laptop. Used to be a huge project for me but sadly I lost inspiration.. fun fact, this is young and menance's older sister! I still hope some of you enjoy watching it cause it was a lot of work after all~ twitter: http://www.twitter.com/femdexter instagram: http://www.instagram.com/thefemaledexter say hello: http://www.curiouscat.me/femdexter
Views: 9180 thefemaledexter
World's oldest intact shipwreck discovered in the Black Sea
 
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World's oldest intact shipwreck discovered in the Black Sea Carbon dated to 500 BC, the ship is among 72 found at the bottom of the sea and may have been depicted on an ancient vase. The world's oldest intact shipwreck has been pulled from the depths of the Black Sea after the most technologically advanced search ever. Ships that sailed during Greek and Roman times - but preserved as if they were sunk only yesterday - were salvaged from the depths of the eastern European sea as part of the Black Sea Maritime Archaeological Project. Carbon dated to 500 BC, the oldest vessel is 2,500 years old and resembles the ship depicted in the famous Siren Vase, now at the British Museum. The second oldest of the 72 vessels recovered dates back to 200 AD. Dr Kroum Batchvarov, who worked on the project, said: "We have complete vessel, with the masts still standing, with the quarter rudders in place. "It is an incredible find. The first of its kind ever." Because the Black Sea has no oxygen, the vessel has been so well preserved that even the monkfish bones, showing what Romans were eating, are intact on its deck. "We even have the coils of line, of rope still as the bosun left them in the stern when the ship went down," Dr Batchvarov added. "This is unique." The Black Sea project is a years-long scientific investigation, led by international institutions including Southampton University, exploring the way the Black Sea has changed and how this has affected human civilisation. Funded by the Julia and Hans Rausing Trust, it has cost around £15m. Among the advanced technologies used by the expedition are advanced geophysical techniques that allows scientists to see what is on the sea bed and even beneath it. Remotely operated vehicles have also been used, carrying equipment to map the sea bed and taking three-dimensional images. In the past, this equipment was usually carried by boat. As well as shipwrecks, the survey has revealed a Bronze Age settlement, which is now submerged below the sea bed.
Views: 26550 Gevul News
euronews futuris - Maps: Colouring in the Black Sea
 
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http://www.euronews.com/ What do microscopic molecules and huge computer grids have in common? They both build up giant scientific databases of ecosystems around the World. But it is a tricky process. This is the story of how researchers around the Black Sea are struggling to get the bigger picture out of tiny details. On the shores of the Danube River there is an unusual team. Romanian and Ukranian scientists are embarking on a common research trip. They are assessing the hydrological and biological health of the Danube Delta, a huge Biosphere Reserve shared by both countries. The news is good. "Algae blooming is decreasing. And lately we have seen the development of some aquatic species that are biological indicators of a better quality of the water around here," explains Jenica Hanganu, Ecologist of the Danube Delta Research Institute. Less industrial discharges and more efficient water treatment plants are indeed improving water quality in the Danube Delta. But the region is facing other challenges. Iulian Michersu, Geographer with the Danube Delta Research Institute says: "The Danube has now many dams and dikes. That means that the Delta is narrower and the river is getting deeper, and that affects the biodiversity of the whole area. Oaks that used to grow on the shores are retreating, because the river flow is becoming much more vertical than horizontal and it offers less ground." Challenges are similar on the Delta's Ukranian side. The river's own environmental patterns are no respecter of the political borders. "The main problem on the Ukranian side of the Delta is dramatic high water levels caused by floods. Also, the construction of dams along the Danube has caused difficulties in the water exchanges between the river and the adjacent lakes - that leads to the ecological exhaustion of these basins," points out Mikhail Kornilov, Hydrologist with the Danube Hydrometeorological Observatory. Water samples, zooplancton and sediments gathered during the research cruise are then taken to labs for further analysis. Here again the news is encouraging as Liliana Teodorof, chemist with the Danube Delta Research Institute explains: "Over the last few years, we have indeed seen a decrease in the concentrations of heavy metals like cadmium, zinc and lead. These heavy metals, originating from industry and agricultural sources, are still present, but their incidence is retreating both in the sediments and in the water of the Danube Delta". This chemical, atmospheric, microbiological and zoological data gathering is regularly performed on the Danube Delta. But the results are not kept in a lab's drawer. Instead, all this data is flying high. In Geneva, environmental data from around the Black Sea basin, including the Danube Delta, is being used to elaborate interactive maps and databases for the sake of busy researchers. "They say that we researchers lose 50 percent of our time, if not more, sifting through all the scientific data. And often it arrives here in very different formats, with qualities which are also very different. So we have to transform the data to be compatible with the software we use," explains Gregory Giuliani, Environmental scientist, with the University of Geneva. The whole Black Sea basin is 2.2 million square kilometres, which means a deluge of daily data to be processed. So scientists from a European Union research project needed a helping hand in the form of Grid computing. Nicolas Ray a biologist at the University of Geneva, with the help of a map full of dots explains: "Each of these points represents a University or other computing centre that provides us with tens, hundreds or thousands of computers. So we have access to some of this computing grid that allows us to send our simulations on multiple computers simultaneously and thus shorten the total computation time for our hydrological model." Researchers have so far developed computer models for soil uses, demography and hydrological data - like water flows or level of pesticides - in the Black Sea basin, shared by 20 countries. And all is provided in formats adapted to different platforms. "Here we see the same example, it is stored in our system and, in one click, I can see it on Google Earth. Potentially I can also take it on a smartphone or tablet, I can see exactly the same data, and we're going to immediately start working, and thus spend more time doing the analysis of what we have been given or understand the phenomena instead of wasting time looking for information," says Gregory Giuliani an environmental scientist at the University of Geneva. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Views: 4516 euronews (in English)
Black Sea Bass Potting Project
 
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Traps are being seeded with male and female black sea bass to assess priority effects. Black sea bass easily enter and exiting commercial fishing traps.
Views: 6819 Evan Kwityn
Where is the black sea? Follow the river!
 
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In the project Transdanube.Pearls, a team travelled the 2.860 km long route along the Danube by using only sustainable means of transport such as busses, trains, ships and bikes. They encompassed 9 countries and visited more than 15 regions and cities in 22 days – always with sustainable means of transport. The videos show the beautiful regions along the Danube - from the source of the river in Donaueschingen, to the mouth in the Danube Delta where the Danube enters the Black Sea. So start travelling the Danube sustainably - NOW! For further information about the project and sustainable travelling along the Danube: Website: http://www.interreg-danube.eu/approved-projects/transdanube-pearls Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Transdanube/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/transdanube.pearls Project co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA)
Views: 253 Transdanube.Pearls
Scientists Diving In The Black Sea Discovered 60 Incredibly Preserved Ships Dating Back 2,500 Years
 
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Views: 21486 WatchZozo
PROMOTING INNOVATIVE RURAL TOURISM IN THE BLACK SEA BASIN REGION (PIRT) PROJECT
 
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PROMOTING INNOVATIVE RURAL TOURISM IN THE BLACK SEA BASIN REGION (PIRT) PROJECT Study Tour to Bulgaria A regional group of tourism sector service providers and representatives of travel agencies from Armenia, Georgia and Turkey were on a study tour to Bulgaria in the framework of the PIRT Project. During the visit to Bulgaria the representatives of tourism sector service providers and travel agencies have the opportunity to discover the specifics of the Bulgarian tourism sector and to learn from the best practice of local service providers in the North-East and South -East Planning regions and country. The participants visited different sites in Varna and neighbor towns such as: Nature Park of Golden Sands Nature Park “Golden Sands” (in Bulgaria known as Zlatni Piasatsi) is the smallest nature park (13.2 sq. km) in Bulgaria. The park was declared as protected area for conservation and protection of valuable habitats, flora, fauna and specific landscapes in 1943. The Park is part of the “European Network Natura” 2000 as a Special Area of Conservation named Zlatni Piasatsi. The Nature Park is situated 17 km northeast from Varna. The area is parallel to the coastal line, forms the west border of the resort Golden Sands and reaches the Kranevo village in the north. In the framework of PIRT project Varna Economic Development Agency (VEDA) partners with the Directorate of the Nature Park as a potential touristic site for those who are interested in eco tourism. For the purpose of fostering the flow of tourists and other visitors into the Park, the team works on the development of appropriate environment for organization of trainings, festivals, meetings, observations and research in the park during visits of students, citizens, scientific workers and foreign guests. Rural Guesthouse of Baba Radka The guesthouse of Baba Radka is located in the village Solnik, 50 km south from Varna, Bulgaria. The house is a “living museum” of national authenticity, traditions and culture. About 20 years ago granny Radka welcomed the first visitors to her home. They were American tourists who came to learn more about the Bulgarian traditions and customs. It was at that time when an idea came to granny Radka to transfer her house into a tourist attraction. This is a typical destination for those who love rural tourism. In “Baba Radka” all the guests are welcomed with bread and salt, as the old tradition says, and generate hugs and smiles of granny Radka. The guests are welcome to visit a typical Bulgarian village house with its farm buildings, domestic animals, orchard, vegetable garden and vineyard. The dining area is in the inner courtyard which reflects old atmosphere from the past. One can see jugs, copper bowls, gas lamps and other old household goods on wooden shelves. Here the tourists can also see a summer kitchen and a place for bread baking. The old stone fountain, the well, the vine-arbor and the colorful garden flowers complement the feeling of Renaissance mountain yard. The hosts present very interesting folklore program of authentic songs and national dances with participation of old and young generation and the guests which brings nice emotions and impressions. The guests are served delicious homemade dishes and may stay overnight at granny Radka’s house. A Bee Farm in the village of Kosharitsa The regional group of tourism sector service providers and representatives of travel agencies visited a bee farm in the village of Kosharitsa. Kosharitsa is a small village, situated in Nessebar municipality, in the region of Bourgas. It has a very good location, just 4 kilometers away from the lively Sunny Beach Resort. This virgin mountainous nature is also a wonderful place for honey production. The farmer produces honey in hives and hollows and offers his visitors to taste honey, honey cake, honey brandy and juice rights at the site. The tourists can also purchase all of the products of the farm as well as nice souvenirs relating to bee farming and national traditions. Aladja Monastery Aladzha Monastery is a medieval Orthodox Christian cave monastery complex in northeastern Bulgaria, 17 km north of central Varna and 3 km west of Golden Sands beach resort, in a protected forest area adjacent to the Golden Sands Nature Park. The monastery caves were hewn into a 25- m high vertical karst cliff near the upper edge of the Franga plateau on several levels. The complex includes two small nearby catacombs. Today, the grotto is a popular tourist destination. Nowadays the Monastery does not function, no monks live there and it is turned into a monument of culture and a museum. More videos and pictures at: http://impactpressgroup.org http://impactpressgroup.org
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Dozens of ancient shipwrecks spotted deep beneath the Black Sea
 
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​Some of these vessels sank when the Byzantine Empire was in its heyday 1000 years ago, and some during more recent Ottoman times. Others sank in the 13th century, when Marco Polo was plying his trade across the globe. Read here: http://helenastales.weebly.com/blogue/dozens-of-ancient-shipwrecks-spotted-deep-beneath-the-black-sea Follow us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ufo.maniaII/
The Bridge. Russia’s grand project to link Crimea
 
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RTD followed the Crimean Bridge construction project with former boxing world champion and now Russian State Duma Deputy Nikolay Valuev, who tries his hand at being a bridge builder. The film also uncovers the region’s hidden gems with Kerch native, singer Alyona Sviridova, who meets Crimeans for whom the bridge link is vital. With the bridge deck 35 metres above the water, the giant structure stretches 19 kilometres (12 miles). The bridge is expected to carry up to 40,000 vehicles and 94 trains a day, once it becomes fully operational in 2019. Although plans to span the strait with a bridge date back to the 19th century, the link became a practical necessity for the peninsula, which only has a land border with Ukraine, after Crimeans overwhelming voted to rejoin Russia in 2014. Nikolay Valuev begins his journey at the construction camp on the Taman Peninsula, where he joins men and women working on the site. To get the first-hand experience, Nikolay tries various jobs, from welding large metal tubes for future piles, to pouring concrete and operating an elevator which lifts builders onto the arches. The installation of the 6,000-ton arches marked a milestone in the construction of what is said to be the longest bridge in Europe and one of the largest in Russia. The link will significantly cut the time people have to spend on the road, queueing at the busy ferry crossing, often troubled by bad weather. “It took us three days of waiting in line to get on the ferry out of Crimea and a week to get on the ferry back,” says Yulia, who drives a truck from the resort city of Evpatoria to Moscow. Once complete, the bridge will also make it easier for holidaymakers to reach Crimea, a popular tourist destination for Russians. However, it’s not only the Black Sea resorts that are worth visiting. From getting muddy in Lake Chokrak, dubbed the Crimean Dead Sea, to fishing for anchovies, and grocery shopping at Kerch market, Alyona shows some of the off the beaten track Crimean attractions. Alyona meets a Crimean Tatar, named Reshat, who is searching for a bride. As he wants his future wife to be from Crimea, Reshat takes long, arduous journeys via ferry to the peninsula in pursuit of love. “Never mind the wines, it’s the bridge that connects us,” Irina tells her sister. With the Crimean Bridge now open to car traffic, learn more about the building of the much-awaited connection and get an inside look at Crimea’s must-see places. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: https://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/rtd_documentary_channel/ RTD LIVE https://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
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Project Black Sea at The War And Peace Revival 2018
 
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Three Sixty History proudly launched their brand new MH-6 Little Bird display named "Project Black Sea" at The War And Peace Revival 2018. This was a stunning extension to their already breathtaking Blackhawk Down display. If you didn't see it, here's what you missed!
Two Russian submarines on way to Black Sea enter Mediterranean
 
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Two Russian submarines on the way from the Baltic Fleet to the Black Sea have entered the Mediterranean, Black Sea Fleet spokesman Vyacheslav Trukhachyov said on Monday. "Two diesel submarines - The Kolpino and the Veliki Novgorod - on the way from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea Fleet have entered the Mediterranean," he said. The submarines will be part of the Russian Navy’s permanent group in the Mediterranean. The submarines are moving in the surface position. They are escorted by a salvage tug of the Baltic Fleet. The Kolpino and The Veliki Novgorod are the fifth and sixth in a series of six submarines of project 636.3 built at the Admiralty Shipyards for the Black Sea Fleet. Another project 636.6 submarine - the Krasnodar - was redeployed from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea earlier. It performed a number of tasks as part of the Russian Navy’s group in the Mediterranean. source : tass.com/defense/962260 =================================================== DISCLAIMER: Information, Facts or Opinion expressed in this Video are Presented as Sources and do not reflects views of MR. A MILITARY and hence MR. A MILITARY is not liable or responsible for the same. The Sources are responsible for accuracy, Completeness, suitaibility and Validity of any information in this Documentary.
Views: 1187 Defense Update
Black Sea Coastal Erosion Project, Romania - 2011
 
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This video from 2011 focuses on the sea defences covering 240km of the Romanian Black Sea coast. The defences are getting the urgent attention they need as part of a CH2M HILL-led project that sets out a comprehensive long-term plan to inhibit erosion, taking into account different pressures and priorities.
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Russia bolsters Black Sea fleet with new patrol vessel
 
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Views: 1887 PressTV
Black Sea Arena project video
 
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MEDEA *made in the black sea*
 
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black sea, turkey to ukraine, july 2011 a soundwalk collective project images by vincent moon edit by margarita jimeno & vincent moon sounds by stephan crasneanscki, simone merli, kamran sadeghi, jake harper produced by soundwalk
Views: 5162 Vincent Moon
The Black Sea Mystery Submarine
 
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Underwater video of the shipwreck of a submarine in the Black Sea, just north of the Bosphorus. Possibly the first world war Russian submarine 'Morzh'. The dive was part of the Struma Project expedition in 2000.
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ГуляйГород "ЧОРНОМОРЦІ" (band HuljayHorod with project "Black Sea Cossacks"
 
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Доброчинний концерт для українських вояків (08.08.2014) Територія Національної кіностудії художніх фільмів імені Олександра Довженка в Києві. Пісенний проект під робочою назвою ЧОРНОМОРЦІ від ГУЛЯЙГОРОДА, це чоловічий багатоголосний спів з "малинового клину" - теренів компактного розселення чорноморців(таманців) нащадків запорожців, що з кінця XVIII століття проживають на Кубані! Музично-поетична культура чорноморців має питомо українське коріння, мова пісень та власне європейська музична система в вигляді кантової фактура переважної більшості творів, є прямим свідченням цьому! "Ой чого ти почорніло зеленоє поле" на слова Т.Г.Шевченка, з станиці Васюринської, та "Ой там коло річки" з станиці Уманської Краснодарського краю!
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Russia: "Black Hole" stealth subs plummet to join Black Sea Fleet
 
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VideoID: 20140626-022 W/S Admiralty shipyard in the Gulf of Finland M/S Russian and Russian Navy flags M/S Workers in Admiralty shipyard in the Gulf of Finland W/S Diesel-electric submarine propeller C/U Fiesel-electric submarine W/S Navy officers standing to attention W/S Submarine propeller M/S Mechanism for lowering submarine into the Gulf of Finland W/s Submarine W/S Workers W/S Submarine being lowered into M/s Wheels of vehicle lowering Submarine into Gulf of Finland W/S Submarine in shipyard W/S Submarine in shipyard diesel-electric submarine the Rostov-on-Do W/S Shipyard workers overseeing machinery W/S Submarine SCRIPT Russia's new diesel-electric submarine the Rostov-on-Don, designed especially for service with the Black Sea Fleet was launched in St. Petersburg on Thursday. Plans for the Rostov-on-Don were originally laid down in November 2011 as part of Project 636. It is one of six submarines in the project built specifically to serve the Black Sea Fleet over the next two years. The subs have enhanced capabilities compared to their predecessors, including a greater range and the ability to strike land, surface and underwater targets. The US navy has dubbed the subs '"black holes" in due to their stealth technology which renders them undetectable. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://plus.google.com/111498286331086224967 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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Geoeconomics of the Istanbul Canal
 
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Support CaspianReport on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CaspianReport Bitcoin: 1MwRNXWWqzbmsHova7FMW11zPftVZVUfbU Ether: 0xfE4c310ccb6f52f9D220F25Ce76Dec0493dF9aA0 Bitcoin Cash: 1BKLti4Wq4EK9fsBnYWC91caK7NZfUhNw9 BAKU - After being elected into another term in June 2018, President Erdogan of Turkey is getting ready to construct an ambitious new waterway on the European side of Istanbul. The canal will be the third megaproject in the city after a new continent-crossing bridge was completed in 2016 and the world’s largest airport will be finished by the end of the year. Yet, the government’s vision for a new canal also carries extensive geo-economic consequences for the Black Sea domain. Soundtrack: Crypto by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Follow CaspianReport on social media. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caspianreport Twitter: https://twitter.com/caspianreport
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Лаура Водяницкая и группа «Black Sea Band» «Talkin’ Loud» - Первый раунд - Выпуск 4 - Победитель
 
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Подписывайтесь на официальную страницу шоу Первого канала «Победитель»: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPiO8KpIRe6sRtxejaqOkrw

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