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Sea Currents Change Near Japan, Tokyo Shivers in Mini Ice Age Repeat (520)
 
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South China Morning Post came out with an article explaining that sea currents have changed slightly around Japan and this is driving the coldest temperatures in 50 years and record snow across the islands. Interestingly these changes are what is expected to occur during the new Mini Ice Age. More signs that we are repeating cycles. More volcanic eruptions, more sea ice coverage and more cosmic rays. The worlds media is now finding any excuse to explain the changes because these events are now in the open for all to see. Asia Temps https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DUvntZrVAAEsbII.jpg OZ Politic Bobby Moderator http://www.ozpolitic.com/forum/YaBB.pl?num=1464603949/4335#4335 Sea current course change could mean worse weather for Japan http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/east-asia/article/2117657/sea-current-course-change-could-mean-worse-weather-japan Nullschool Ocean Currents Around Japan https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/ocean/surface/currents/orthographic=-215.94,35.06,1456 https://environment.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/images/images/clouds.jpg Claim: Climate Change Made the US Deep Freeze Warmer https://wattsupwiththat.com/2018/01/11/claim-climate-change-made-the-us-deep-freeze-wahttps://environment.princeton.edu/sites/default/files/images/images/clouds.jpgrmer/ Ice clogs the Hudson as scientists admit the recent brutal cold snap was a 'freak of nature' and NOTHING to do with global warming http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5258789/US-cold-snap-freak-nature-quick-analysis-finds.html#ixzz55kkXzmIx Tokyo records lowest temperature in 48 years, prompting rare warning from weather agency https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2018/01/25/national/tokyo-records-lowest-temperature-48-years/#.WnJ9cqiWbIU http://www.markvoganweather.com/2018/01/25/following-biggest-snow-in-4-years-tokyo-shivers-in-coldest-night-since-1970/ https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/tokyo-experiences-coldest-day-in-nearly-half-a-century-9895278 https://www.politicalanalysis.co.za/2018/01/23/tokyo-snow-2018-in-pictures/ https://i3.wp.com/www.politicalanalysis.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Tokyo-Snow-7-1024x683.jpg https://i3.wp.com/www.politicalanalysis.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Tokyo-Snow-6-1024x683.jpg https://i3.wp.com/www.politicalanalysis.co.za/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Tokyo-Snow-11-1024x768.jpg Support ADAPT 2030 on PATREON http://www.patreon.com/adapt2030 ADAPT 2030 on PayPal paypal.me/adapt2030 ADAPT 2030 Mini Ice Age FB Page https://www.facebook.com/Miniiceage Content Provided by David DuByne http://www.oilseedcrops.org You can also find this Mini Ice Age Conversations podcast on iTunes / Stitcher Radio / Soundcloud
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Battle of Myeongnyang #1 (26 October 1597) - Korea vs Japan
 
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With your donations I can get more time to create and upload new videos. https://paypal.me/YTmustbefunny Please support my channel and subscribe. Thanks. :) Part 1/3. Cut from South Korean movie "The Admiral: Roaring Currents" 2014. In the Battle of Myeongnyang, on October 26, 1597, the Korean Joseon kingdom's navy, led by Admiral Yi Sun-sin, fought the Japanese navy in the Myeongnyang Strait, near Jindo Island, off the southwest corner of the Korean peninsula. With only 12 ships remaining from Admiral Won Gyun's disastrous defeat at the Battle of Chilchonryang, Admiral Yi held the strait as a "last stand" battle against the Japanese Navy, who were sailing to support their land army's advance towards the Joseon capital of Hanyang (modern-day Seoul).
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Battle of Myeongnyang #3 (26 October 1597) - Korea vs Japan
 
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With your donations I can get more time to create and upload new videos. https://paypal.me/YTmustbefunny Please support my channel and subscribe. Thanks. :) Part 3/3. Cut from South Korean movie "The Admiral: Roaring Currents" 2014. In the Battle of Myeongnyang, on October 26, 1597, the Korean Joseon kingdom's navy, led by Admiral Yi Sun-sin, fought the Japanese navy in the Myeongnyang Strait, near Jindo Island, off the southwest corner of the Korean peninsula. With only 12 ships remaining from Admiral Won Gyun's disastrous defeat at the Battle of Chilchonryang, Admiral Yi held the strait as a "last stand" battle against the Japanese Navy, who were sailing to support their land army's advance towards the Joseon capital of Hanyang (modern-day Seoul).
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HELLO! JAPAN - Discover Planet Ocean: The Currents of Life
 
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The amazing blue sea - vast oceans and seas stretch across the face of the earth. Having so much more visible water than land, our home could be known as the blue planet. Life first appeared on earth 3.8 billion years ago. In that time, the earth has developed into a beautiful planet. The sea and all that it contains is the womb of mother earth. Life on land seems loud and hectic, here, so many lives struggle and prosper day after day. Their very existence is supported by the richness and power that the sea provides. There are 4 huge currents that circulate clockwise in the Pacific Ocean. These currents make life possible for an enormous array of living things. Now, let’s go on an adventure to follow the trail of these currents. The guide of our travels is an oceanographer who has surveyed the seas of 70 countries around the world. The oceanic journalist, Masakazu Nagata.
5 Things Found After Japanese Tsunami!
 
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5 Things Found After Japanese Tsunami! Description: Japan is one of the most earthquake-vulnerable countries in the world. In 2011, an earthquake of a magnitude 9.0 hit the Pacific coast of Tohoku and the results were heartbreaking. One of the saddest things about tsunamis is the destruction that it leaves in its wake. There were over 15,000 deaths reported after the tragedy and more than 100,000buildings were collapsed. Property and life of biblical proportions were destroyed, and within this list, we are showing 5 Things Found After Japanese Tsunami! Ready? Well...Lets Begin. 1. Mysterious Unknown Creature After the 2011 Japanese tsunami, there was a mysterious animal-like creature that was washed ashore. The footage showing the whale-like creature was recorded and published by a survivor of the tragedy. People have been trying to identify what the animal or object is with very little success. Many of the people who were nearby did not want to risk their lives by moving closer and establishing what the object was. From a far, the object resembles a rock but on closer look it looks like the surface of a large whale.... 2. Japanese Dock In 2013, a large dock that was apparently washed away during the Japanese tsunami and was recovered in Washington’s Olympic coast. The 185 ton dock took officials of the Undersea Company several days to remove the dock that was filled with foam packing peanuts. This is just one of the four docks that had been reported missing from Misawa fishing port in Japan. Locals of Newport, Ore also reported having seen another dock that resembles the one discovered in Washington. 3. Survivor Hiromitsu Shinkawa Hiromitsu Shinkawa is a lucky man today. Two days after the deadly tsunami hit Japan, the 60 year old was discovered at sea clinging to the broken roof of his own home. The hasty decision that saw him go back to the house to collect a few belongings was what he says he regrets. Within minutes of being at the house, he was out in the waters trying to survive and clinging to his own roof. He was rescued by the maritime officials who were carrying out rescue operations. A photograph of the old man shows him atop the remains of his roof and waving a flag to the would-be rescuers. Unfortunately, his wife, with whom he was at the house is still missing. 4. Harley Davidson A Harley Davidson was discovered on the Canadian coast one year after the Tsunami hit japan. The owner of the bike, Ikuo Yokoyama, was also found thanks to the license plate number on the bike which was still clear despite the rust and unforgiving ocean currents. Peter mark, a Canadian, discovered the bike in a container at the beach together with other items and went on to take photos of it. He then left them there. He later went back to take the bike but discovered that the container had been washed away. Ikuo was more than excited at the discovery and wanted to thank the man who found the bike, although he lost the bike together with other family members during the tragedy. 5. Japanese Ghost Ship After the Japanese earthquake, it was estimated that over 22 million tons of debris were washed away into the sea. Included in this statistic is an old fishing ship that has come to be known as the Japanese ghost ship. It was discovered some 120 miles off the Canadian coast and the owner indeed confirmed that it was from japan. What stounds many people is the fact that after all the chaos and a year later, the ship is still intact and remains afloat. It is of course beat up but it still remains intact despite all the happenings. A lot of people cannot explain how and why it did not sink at the least. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod ~ Faceoff : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHlo7mkC7c0 For copyright matters please contact us: [email protected] _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest
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This Is the Engineering You’d Need to Cross the Pacific Ocean | The Swim
 
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The secrets to converting a twenty-meter racing yacht into a vessel seaworthy of a historic voyage? Reverse osmosis and fiberglass batteries, of course. *Note: The total weight of food packed aboard Seeker was 3792 kg or about 4.18 US tons. Meal planning and prep was arranged by Rani Windmiller and Dina Khattab. Could the Biggest Ocean Recording Ever Made Redefine Marine Science? - https://youtu.be/-GWVmk-U-kk Follow The Swim on Seeker's website http://www.seeker.com/theswim Follow Ben on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BenLecomteTheSwim/ Read More A 51-year-old just began a 5,500-mile swim across the Pacific Ocean from Japan to San Francisco http://www.businessinsider.com/swimmer-crossing-the-pacific-ocean-2018-5 "Throughout the entire trip, Lecomte and the boat accompanying him on the journey plan to collect samples and test the water, looking for everything from contamination from the Fukushima incident to the presence of microplastics in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch." Ben Lecomte Is Back in the Water https://www.seeker.com/earth/ben-lecomte-is-back-in-the-water "The delay was triggered by a dramatic and dangerous “perfect storm” cluster involving multiple typhoons. The extreme weather battered the region for several weeks and forced the crew to retreat back to port in Yokohama, Japan. The series of storms has resulted in the most violent typhoon season Japan has experienced in years." 8 Great Sea Adventure Stories https://www.huffingtonpost.com/adam_roberts/sea-adventure-stories_b_6466060.html "Sea travel is synonymous with adventure. Dull must the heart be that doesn’t quicken to John Masefield’s “I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky...”. Of course....adventure works best for most of us as story rather than experience. So here are eight truly great maritime adventure stories." ____________________ Ben Lecomte's historic swim across the Pacific Ocean is a feat that can’t be missed. Join us as we dive into the most extensive data set of the Pacific Ocean ever collected. Learn about the technology the Seeker crew is using to deter sharks away from Ben and measure the impact of the long-distance swim on his mind and body. Ben's core mission is to raise awareness for ocean health issues, so we’ll investigate key topics such as pollution and plastics as he swims closer to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, discover potential consequences from climate change, and examine how factors like ocean currents can impact his progress along the way. Seeker explains every aspect of our world through a lens of science, inspiring a new generation of curious minds who want to know how today’s discoveries in science, math, engineering and technology are impacting our lives, and shaping our future. Our stories parse meaning from the noise in a world of rapidly changing information. Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel Seeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seeker Seeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/ Seeker http://www.seeker.com/ Discovery on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Discovery/ Nomadica Films http://www.nomadicafilms.com/
Views: 130462 Seeker
Floating Trash 'Island' Spotted in Caribbean Sea Near Roatan
 
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Ocean currents around Japan
 
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Renewable Energy Presentation Project -- Winter 2011/2012. Engineering graduate student English course at University of Fukui, Japan. Teacher: E. Hitzer. Textbook: Green Electricity, K. Haven, Libraries Unlimited, 2011. Project homepage with presentation slides and video links: http://sinai.apphy.u-fukui.ac.jp/teaching/renewable_energy/index.html Frequently asked questions: http://sinai.apphy.u-fukui.ac.jp/teaching/renewable_energy/RenewableEnergyFAQ.html
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Dangerous Ocean Whirlpool!
 
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‘The Swim’ Ended With 1,000 New Scientific Samples... Here’s What’s Next | The Swim
 
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Broken sails don’t mean broken spirits for Ben Lecomte and his team. After six grueling months on the water, 'Seeker' has landed in Hawaii with a treasure trove of rare data and a commitment to a cleaner future. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Is Not What You Think It Is - https://youtu.be/6HBtl4sHTqU Read More Swimmer Reaches Hawaii Six Months After Entering the Pacific Ocean in Japan https://www.newsweek.com/benoit-lecomte-swim-plastic-pollution-pacific-ocean-pacific-ocean-swim-1254042 ""My legs are a little shaky,' he was quoted as saying by CNN affiliate KHON2. 'I'm not used to having something stable, but it feels good. I grabbed some sand with my hand to feel the earth.....' Today, The Swim as a world record attempt has stopped but The Swim as a platform keeps on living because it has always been the most important goal of the expedition.'" He swam from Japan to Hawaii and at times saw a piece of plastic in the ocean every three minutes cnn.com/2018/12/11/us/pacific-swim-ben-lecomte-hawaii/index.html "'Sometimes we're swimming with whales around and then boom, 10 minutes later, a big floating plastic, a blob. A lot of it is something that we all use at home,' he told KHON. 'To see that with sea life, that was very disturbing.'" Scientific American: Citizen Science Opportunities https://www.scientificamerican.com/citizen-science/ Help make science happen by volunteering for a real research project. ____________________ Ben Lecomte's historic swim across the Pacific Ocean is a feat that can’t be missed. Join us as we dive into the most extensive data set of the Pacific Ocean ever collected. Learn about the technology the Seeker crew is using to deter sharks away from Ben and measure the impact of the long-distance swim on his mind and body. Ben's core mission is to raise awareness for ocean health issues, so we’ll investigate key topics such as pollution and plastics as he swims closer to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, discover potential consequences from climate change, and examine how factors like ocean currents can impact his progress along the way. Seeker explains every aspect of our world through a lens of science, inspiring a new generation of curious minds who want to know how today’s discoveries in science, math, engineering and technology are impacting our lives, and shaping our future. Our stories parse meaning from the noise in a world of rapidly changing information. Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel Seeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seeker Seeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/ Seeker http://www.seeker.com/ Discovery on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Discovery/ Nomadica Films http://www.nomadicafilms.com/
Views: 45902 Seeker
Ocean Current Power Generation and Tidal Power Generation
 
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The new technology is not only to develop the tidal generation, but also the world's first / technology to achieve the ocean current generation.
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Tiny Sea Creatures Could Create Big Ocean Currents | National Geographic
 
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Previously, scientists believed that zooplankton could only affect the water in their own size range. But a new study demonstrates, as a group, they can create powerful turbulence. ➡ 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 These tiny sea creatures may have a not-so-tiny effect on the ocean. While it is believed that wind and tidal currents are the primary causes of the mixing of ocean waters ... Scientists at Stanford University discovered zooplankton can also have this effect. Organisms like krill and brine shrimp swim hundreds of meters up to the surface in groups of billions. These enormous swarms could create powerful currents in the ocean. Previously, scientists believed that zooplankton could only affect the water in their own size range. But the krill in this tank show that, as a group, they can create powerful turbulence. Scientists hope to conduct these studies in the ocean, and the findings could shed light on how animals can influence our climate on land. Tiny Sea Creatures Could Create Big Ocean Currents | National Geographic https://youtu.be/Zt0-LXWAkqQ National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Ocean trash cleaner to debut off Japanese island in 2016
 
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Originally published on 03 June, 2015 A self-sustaining system designed to rid the world’s oceans of millions of tonnes of floating plastic garbage is set to make its debut next year off the coast of Japan. The Ocean Array Platform is designed to collect plastic trash that currently floats on or near the water’s surface. The one-mile wide array features two large booms on either side which use ocean currents to direct the plastic toward a central receptacle. The trash is then filtered into a large trash receptor on the back of the floating platform for recycling. With solar panels and water-generated turbines below the ocean surface, the platform is completely self sustaining. The array will be installed near the Japanese island of Tsushima in 2016 as part of a two-year long trial. Should the trial prove successful the project will be gradually expanded, with the ultimate aim to deploy a 62-mile-long array to capture around half of the trash in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a huge area of floating marine plastic and trash located between Hawaii and California. ----------------------------------------­­---------------------------------------­-­---------------- Next Animation Studio’s News Direct service provides daily, high-quality, informative 3D news animations that fill in for missing footage and help viewers understand breaking news stories or in-depth features on science, technology, and health. Sign up for a free trial of News Direct's news animations at http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com/trial/ To subscribe to News Direct or for more info, please visit: http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio.com
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G5/P3: Ocean Currents, Waves and Upwelling
 
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Language: Hindi, Topics Covered: 1. Motion of ocean water: horizontal (waves and currents), vertical (upwelling and tides) 2. Ocean currents: meaning, importance, distribution and factors responsible. 3. Effect of Insolation and Salinity gradients on the ocean currents 4. Factor modifying the ocean currents: coastline and coriolis force 5. Ocean currents of the world 6. North Atlantic currents 7. New foundland islands – meeting of warm and cold currents 8. Effect of North Atlantic drift, Effect of Canary current 9. Sargasso Sea 10. South Atlantic currents 11. Meeting of warm and cold currents at Bahia Blanca, New Foundland Islands, Japanese Coast 12. Currents of North Atlantic, South Atlantic, North Indian Ocean, South Indian Ocean 13. Solution of UPSC Prelim Questions from 1997, 2002, 2012 and 2013. 14. Up-welling: Ekman layer, Ekman spiral, Ekman transport and their impact 15. Peruvian coast and other major Upwelling regions of the world 16. Down welling: meaning and Effects Powerpoint available at http://Mrunal.org/download Exam-Utility: UPSC CSAT, CDS, CAPF Faculty Name: Ms. Rajtanil Solanki Venue: Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration (SPIPA), Satellite, Ahmedabad, Gujarat,India
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Huge MILES LONG Object Seen Moving On Ocean Floor! 5/19/16
 
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Google Map Source: https://goo.gl/m9gL6c Secureteam10 is your source for reporting the best in new UFO sighting news, information on the government coverup, and the alien activity happening on and off of our planet. Send us YOUR footage by visiting the contact links below, and help us continue the good fight for disclosure! ➨Follow Us On Twitter: https://twitter.com/SecureTeam10 ➨Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Secureteam10 ➨E-mail us with your ideas & footage: [email protected] ➨Visit our online shirt shop and gear up with your own ST10 Tee! http://secureteam.spreadshirt.com Music: Spellbound by Kevin Macleod (The best damn music producer in the land) Kevin's website: http://www.incompetech.com ALL footage used is either done under the express permission of the original owner, or is public domain and falls under Fair Use for commentary/research/news reporting purposes under current copyright rules.
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Japan Tsunami Marine Debris
 
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On March 11, 2011, a powerful tsunami hit Japan, destroying cities and villages, and carrying tons of debris out to sea. Ocean currents are projected to carry some of that debris to U.S. shores, including the West Coast. It's uncertain what is still floating, where it's located, where it will go, and when it will arrive. Nir Barnea, West Coast Regional Director, NOAA Marine Debris Program, has the latest information. http://marinedebris.noaa.gov/info/japanfaqs.html http://disasterdebris.wordpress.com/ http://marinedebris.noaa.gov/marinedebris101/whatcando.html http://www.thankyouocean.org/threats/marine-debris/ http://www.marinedebris.engr.uga.edu/
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Why You Can’t Just Swim Straight Across the Ocean | The Swim
 
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Ben Lecomte’s route across the Pacific took years of planning, with input from meteorologists, oceanographers, and salty sailors alike – but it turns out this wild ocean packs some punches that can’t be anticipated. Could the Biggest Ocean Recording Ever Made Redefine Marine Science? - https://youtu.be/-GWVmk-U-kk Follow The Swim on Seeker's website http://www.seeker.com/theswim Follow Ben on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/BenLecomteTheSwim/ Read More Introducing ‘The Swim’: A 5500-Mile Expedition Across the Pacific Ocean https://www.seeker.com/earth/introducing-the-swim-a-5500-mile-expedition-across-the-pacific-ocean "Ben Lecomte and his crew embark on a historic swim across the Pacific Ocean in an effort to gain awareness on the state of ocean health." A 51-year-old just began a 5,500-mile swim across the Pacific Ocean from Japan to San Francisco http://www.businessinsider.com/swimmer-crossing-the-pacific-ocean-2018-5 "Throughout the entire trip, Lecomte and the boat accompanying him on the journey plan to collect samples and test the water, looking for everything from contamination from the Fukushima incident to the presence of microplastics in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch." [THE WIRE] Citizen science http://benlecomte.com/the-wire-citizen-science/ "Right after my internship, I knew about The Swim and the project seemed amazing, it was all together: An expedition across the Ocean, with a guy swimming to spread awareness about ocean pollution, with a sailboat supporting, with a citizen science program to collect data and samples. I thought: Yes, I wanna be part of that." ____________________ Ben Lecomte's historic swim across the Pacific Ocean is a feat that can’t be missed. Join us as we dive into the most extensive data set of the Pacific Ocean ever collected. Learn about the technology the Seeker crew is using to deter sharks away from Ben and measure the impact of the long-distance swim on his mind and body. Ben's core mission is to raise awareness for ocean health issues, so we’ll investigate key topics such as pollution and plastics as he swims closer to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, discover potential consequences from climate change, and examine how factors like ocean currents can impact his progress along the way. Seeker explains every aspect of our world through a lens of science, inspiring a new generation of curious minds who want to know how today’s discoveries in science, math, engineering and technology are impacting our lives, and shaping our future. Our stories parse meaning from the noise in a world of rapidly changing information. Subscribe now! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dnewschannel Seeker on Twitter http://twitter.com/seeker Seeker on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SeekerMedia/ Seeker http://www.seeker.com/ Discovery on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Discovery/ Nomadica Films http://www.nomadicafilms.com/
Views: 438631 Seeker
ASMR | (Viewer Choice!) Deep Sea Currents and the Seafloor
 
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Thank you all for voting in yesterday's video topic poll! This was fun. I hope you all enjoy it. Of course it ended up being mostly about these thouand-year old deep sea current cycles, but did finally get to the bottom of the topic and found out loads of stuff about the Earth and her Oceans. Thank you for all your warm support these past couple years. #episode218 #asmr #scienceasmr #oceanography #historyasmr ----------------------------------------------------- ►Donations: If you get something out of what I do and would like to show support, I'd be humbled to accept a donation to the channel. Please contact me if you do, I'd love to thank you personally. •Venmo (NEW): @RichMcdaniel89 •PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/LetsFindOutASMR •Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LetsFindOutASMR •Bitcoin: (A scannable QR code) http://i.imgur.com/wKIsPIB.png (wallet address) 1XPhPoyeqc3Xf1uktCPXCzfdEdi9PA7Xh ►Other ASMR channels you'll like: ASMRctica (Relaxing deep voice, graceful drawing, maps) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi8QgZckGYg3RFvEbdkMWfg Eddie's ASMR (Whisper, fun creative role plays, mukbang) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU2gMPY0tjN7ZLKQx6E9cNg French Whisperer (Deep voice, educational, history, science) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSkS5vtp5gY3huyVkX4IfMw Chycho (Kind personality, math, comics, just a cool guy) https://www.youtube.com/user/chychochycho RelaxingASMR (Deep voice, gameplay, thoughtful) https://www.youtube.com/user/RelaxingASMR Phoenician Sailor (Deep voice, immersive roleplays, thoughtful) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKKaOoUZARUeHArVEN59GPA Quantum ASMR (Soft Whisper, Physics based topics) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY-toeMjzGcy7PVV0P8QcnA Gaslamp ASMR (Deep voice, unique antiques, graceful) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrhhWOOFKbEfqzF3-lNqp3A Tingles with Flyby (Soft spoken, creative role plays, books, maps) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA30038vHYKugElnG8EbM8g A SMall Request (soft voice, artistic creations, unique content) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFU0XYBZbzJkyl7KbwHRZrQ Ephemeral Rift (Creative fantasy role-plays, penchant for Arkham) https://www.youtube.com/user/EphemeralRift The ASMR Nerd (Soft voice, gameplay, quality tech reviews) https://www.youtube.com/user/theASMRnerd ASMRWhisperingSpirit (Beautiful soft voice, relaxing, spiritual) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYpeuC-Wtgj8ySEbiWEZTcw Gibi ASMR (Friendly persona, creative role plays, cosplay) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE6acMV3m35znLcf0JGNn7Q?pbjreload=10 RaffytaphyASMR (Warm personality, makes good sounds) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMWQbdU4kjCB49xkuQ8nYRw JoJo's ASMR (Soft whisper, mouth sounds, tapping, friendly) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjyi6by44TTH0j_U3vXEGpA Ghetto ASMR (ghetto af, professional tapping, fun personality) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNULVaS5fALMjZ0wUE1xMlg Marno ASMR (Soft whisper, artful layered sounds, fun to watch) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4RdEwzh0r3CuTEElRQ6dpg ►Social Media: •Instagram: @lets_find_out_asmr •Twitter: @Glycoversi •Reddit: u/glycoversi
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UNBELIEVABLE Items Found After Tsunamis !
 
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You won't believe the strange, weird, bizarre and scary things found after a tsunami hits ! From sea monsters; to deep sea buildings. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 5.Buoys These buoys were just common port objects before the Japanese tsunami of 2011, but on American soil they look completely out of place. This yellow pod showed up on the shores of Northwest America, heightening fear that the United State’s West coast couldn’t handle the massive amounts of toxic debris that was set to come into the area. Years later, items from afar are still appearing in parts of Washington, Oregon, and California. The thought of how far away sea traveling objects had to move from just really proves how powerful the Pacific ocean currents are. 4.It’s Both With it appearing to weigh so much, it’s no wonder that it took the full force of a tsunami to hoist this big ole guy out the water and into human captivity. Researchers believe it to be some type of cross hybrid between a Beluga whale and a shark, but who knew that those two species of animal could even breed? It was probably one of those “shark from the wrong side of the tracks falls in love with the innocent but spontaneous beluga whale” type romances. 3.Look Out For This One Yikes! We’re going to need a bigger boat to deal with this guy. This huge fish washed ashore on the shores of New York harbor after a miniature tsunami came and wiped out small portions of Brooklyn. The current carried hipsters all the way to Boston, Massachusetts, where their wicker hats and old fashioned bicycles were not socially accepted. This fish is called “The April Fools Day” flounder, because he is completely fake. This picture was actually originally posted on the New York Post as an introduction to another actual real creature that was discovered. Sorry, everyone! 2.One Eyed Susan This fish appears to be so creepy, that it is probing us to ask you this fun “would you rather” question. Would you rather eat this fish, or have to stare in the eye for three hours straight? Neither option is preferable. We say “eye” instead of “eyes , because apparently, this fish only had one eye. The sheer look of terror in his -eye- was probably caused by the crazy powerful tsunami he had to surf all the way to the shore. 1.Mosque Remains While many people tend to remember and focus on the 2011 tsunami in Japan, there have been many other horrible tsunamis that have caused much destruction over the years. For example, the Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004. The town of Meulaboh, located on the West coast of Sumatra, lost forty thousand citizens out of it’s already mid-sized population . A series of seven waves caused by a magnitude 9.1 earthquake caused most of the city to be washed away into the wrath of the sea. The Indonesian province was hit the hardest over any other country affected by the quake. This grayish looking pod almost appears to be an old spaceship from the 1960s, but it actually means so much more to people of Meulaboh. Many people in Indonesia are deeply religious, and have turned to God for answers to try and understand why so much sadness and destruction would come into their lives. Some people blame it on the wrath of God who wanted to send a “wake up call” to a reportedly “sinful city”, and the remaining mosques have been places to regain hope and strength.
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Explore 'Battleship Island,' Japan's Decaying Ghost Town | One Strange Rock
 
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On Hashima Island, a 16-acre patch of land off the southern coast of Japan, grass and vines and flowers flourish as concrete and steel wither. Once one of the most densely populated areas in the world, it’s been uninhabited since the mid-1970s. Now, a team of scientists are trying to save it. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡ One Strange Rock on Mondays 10/9c About One Strange Rock From award-winning filmmaker Darren Aronofsky comes a mind-bending, thrilling journey that explores the fragility and wonder of planet Earth—one of the most peculiar, unique places in the universe. Darren Aronofsky, Will Smith, and experienced astronauts join forces to tell the extraordinary story of why life as we know it exists on Earth. 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 Watch One Strange Rock on Mondays at 10/9c. Catch up on-demand & with the Nat Geo TV app. http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/one-strange-rock/ 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. Explore 'Battleship Island,' Japan's Decaying Ghost Town | One Strange Rock https://youtu.be/sdjwRaLJTps National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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10 Tips to Survive Dangerous Sea Situations
 
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Can open water swimming be dangerous? How to stay safe in a river, lake, sea, or ocean? An innocent-looking water dam that acts as a death trap, an invisible water current that pushes you into the sea, and a powerful wave that breaks on the shore. It should all be fun in the sun, but there are some real dangers lurking in the water when you’re out swimming… If the current gets you, you’ll need to swim around it to escape. The key is to do something counterintuitive: you'll need to swim down instead of up. Swim toward the dam, then curl up and swim downward. Swim far enough down that you aren’t trapped by the current. Then while you’re still underwater, swim away from the current, which should be above you at this point. It’s only safe to come up to the surface once you’ve put enough distance between you and the current. TIMESTAMPS: Beware of sun exposure 0:37 Be very careful with inflatables 1:11 Don’t underestimate a river current 1:40 Sail safely 2:12 Beware of the risk of picking up illnesses in rivers and lakes 2:36 Know how to respond to a shark attack 3:16 Check the weather report 3:55 Be aware of the strength of the waves 4:29 Be mindful of rip currents 5:14 Don’t go near a low-head water dam 6:05 Music by Epidemic Sound https://www.epidemicsound.com/ SUMMARY: - Just a few hours of direct sun can lead to some very unpleasant symptoms like dehydration, heat exhaustion, and even heat stroke, which is a medical emergency. - The wind can push inflatables very easily, and that’s how people have been carried away deep into the sea. - Because some rivers aren’t so deep, they might give a false sense of security. However, they can have a fast undercurrent. - The most important step is to have life jackets onboard that fit the passengers. If you can, wear a life jacket for the entire trip. - Some algae can have harmful and toxic effects if touched or if you accidentally drink water containing algae. It can lead to eye and ear irritation. - Sharks are most active at dusk, dawn, and night. They also have a powerful sense of smell, so avoid going into the water if you have an open wound. - If you’re standing on the beach, you’ll be the tallest thing for miles. Therefore, there’s a high chance that lightning could strike you. - Some waves break at sea, and they’re rolling gently by the time they reach the shore. But other waves break right at the shore — where all beach-goers tend to be. - A rip current is a powerful current of water that moves from the shore into the sea. The main issue is that you can’t spot a rip current with your eyes. - If you like to bathe in streams or small rivers, they could have a low-head dam. To give you an idea of how dangerous they are, low-head dams are also called “drowning machines.” Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Harnessing The Power Of The Ocean In Japan
 
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NHK World Newsroom
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World Geography: Ocean currents ( महासागरीय जलधाराएं)
 
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ocean currents in hindi for all Competitive examinations
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【Amazing ocean】Sea Surface Currents
 
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Another film about the massive snowfall along Sea of Japan coast
 
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Record snow is disrupting life along the Sea of Japan coast, particularly in Fukui Prefecture, central Japan.
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Japan Tsunami debris tracked across Pacific Ocean
 
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Where will the debris from Japan's tsunami drift in the ocean? The powerful tsunami triggered by the 9.0 Tohoku Earthquake destroyed coastal towns near Sendai in Japan, washing such things as houses and cars into the ocean. Projections of where this debris might head have been made by Nikolai Maximenko and Jan Hafner at the International Pacific Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. Maximenko has developed a model based on the behavior of drifting buoys deployed over years in the ocean for scientific purposes. What this model predicts about the tsunami debris can be seen in this simulation. The debris first spreads out eastward from the Japan Coast in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. In a year, the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Marine National Monument will see pieces washing up on its shores; in two years, the remaining Hawaiian islands will see some effects; in three years, the plume will reach the US West Coast, dumping debris on Californian beaches and the beaches of British Columbia, Alaska, and Baja California. The debris will then drift into the famous North Pacific Garbage Patch, where it will wander around and break into smaller and smaller pieces. In five years, Hawaii shores can expect to see another barrage of debris that is stronger and longerlasting than the first one. Much of the debris leaving the North Pacific Garbage Patch ends up on Hawaii's reefs and beaches. These model projections will help to guide clean-up and tracking operations. Tracking will be important in determining what happens to different materials in the tsunami debris, for example, how the composition of the debris plume changes with time, and how the winds and currents separate objects drifting at different speeds. Even before the tsunami, the World Ocean was a dump for rubbish flowing in from rivers, washed off beaches, and jettisoned from oil and gas platforms and from fishing, tourist, and merchant vessels. Marine debris has become a serious problem for marine ecosystems, fisheries, and shipping. The presentations given at the recent week-long 5th International Marine Debris Conference in Hawaii, at which Maximenko had organized a day-long workshop, are a testimony to the magnitude of the ocean debris problem. The massive, concentrated debris launched by the devastating tsunami is now magnifying the hazards. Maximenko's long-standing work on ocean currents and transports predicted that there are five major regions in the World Ocean where debris collects if it is not washed up on shores or sinks to the ocean bottom, deteriorates, or is ingested by marine organisms. These regions turn out to be "garbage patches." The North Pacific Garbage Patch has become famous, the North Atlantic Patch was fixed some years ago, and the South Atlantic, South Indian Ocean, and South Pacific patches have just been found, guided by the map of his model that shows where floating marine debris should collect. This research was supported by grants from the Japan Agency for Marine-Science and Technology (JAMSTEC), NASA, and NOAA. http://files.khnl.com/news/a_maximenk... Animated Simulation: http://iprc.soest.hawaii.edu/users/ni... . Japan Earthquake Tsunami Flooding Sendai Tokyo 8.9 9.1 Magnitude Quake Offshore Megathrust Waves Damage Fatalities City Aftershock Epicenter Death Toll Casualties Trapped Missing Rubble Nuclear Emergency Power Plant Failure Cooling Systems Fukushima Leak Radiation Radioactive Material Dead Buildings Explosion Rescue Survivors Meteorological Seismic Scale Miyagi Prefecture Oshika Peninsula Tōhoku Largest Recorded Pacific Ocean Northeast Coast Haiti Chile東北地方太平洋沖地震 2011
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How Ocean Currents work? मानव जीवन में महासागर धाराओं की उपयोगिता - Current Affairs 2018
 
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Caspian Sea Deal क्या है ? Major deal between 5 Countries - Current Affairs 2018
 
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Huge ocean cleaning machine to start sucking up trash off Japan in 2016
 
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TSUSHIMA ISLAND, JAPAN — “A self-sustaining system designed to rid the world’s oceans of millions of tonnes of floating plastic garbage is set to make its debut next year off the coast of Japan.” The Ocean Array Platform is designed to collect plastic trash that currently floats on or near the water’s surface. The one-mile wide array features two large booms on either side which use ocean currents to direct the plastic toward a central receptacle. The trash is then filtered into a large trash receptor on the back of the floating platform for recycling. With solar panels and water-generated turbines below the ocean surface, the platform is completely self sustaining. The array will be installed near the Japanese island of Tsushima in 2016 as part of a two-year long trial. Should the trial prove successful the project will be gradually expanded, with the ultimate aim to deploy a 62-mile-long array to capture around half of the trash in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a huge area of floating marine plastic and trash located between Hawaii and California. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.com Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter See a story that should be animated? Tell us about it! Suggest a story here: http://bit.ly/suggest-tomonews Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus
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Japan's Pacific Ocean Debris Field Model
 
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Japan's Pacific Ocean Debris Field Model Mar 17, 2011 No one knows for sure yet how much of the debris from Japan' massive earthquake and tsunami will sink to the sea floor and how much will be carried across the Pacific. Nikolai Maximenko, a senior researcher with the International Pacific Research Center (IPRC), believes the islands will see the first evidence of "tsunami trash" in a year and a half. In five to six years, Hawai'i is expected to see the greatest impact, which will then stretch over a prolonged period of time. Nikolai Maximenko has produced an animated computer simulation of the projected movement of the debris across the ocean over the next several years. Read more about it at CNN.com (including a Flash animation), Hawaii News Now, Honolulu Star-Advertiser, UPI.com, KITV.com, and EurekaAlert!. Image courtesy of Nikolai Maximenko, Obtained from: University of Hawaii at Manoa - School of Ocean and Earth Sciences and Technology http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/soest_web/soest.archivenews.htm NOTE: Half-life is the time taken for a radioactive substance to decay by half.] * Cesium-134 ~ 2 years * Cesium-137 ~ 30 years * Iodine-131 ~ 8 days * Plutonium-239 ~ 24,200 years * Ruthenium-103 ~ 39 days [Ruthenium is a fission product of uranium-235.] * Ruthenium-106 ~ 374 days * Strontium-90 ~ 28.85 years [Strontium-90 is a product of nuclear fission and is found in large amounts in spent nuclear fuel and in radioactive waste from nuclear reactors.] * Uranium-234 ~ 246,000 years * Uranium-235 ~ 703.8 million years * Uranium-238 ~ 4.468 billion years Fair Use" provision, which allows reasonable use of copyrighted work, without permission, for research, criticism, or education -
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FESOM ocean currents in  Indian and Pacific oceans (100m)
 
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Model: FESOM 1.4 Domain: Global Number of surface nodes: 5 million. Forcing: CORE II atmospheric forcing. Resolution: Vary according to SSH variability and Rossby radius (Sein et al., 2016) Project: PRIMAVERA (https://www.primavera-h2020.eu/). Machine: Mistral at DKRZ Data: Dmitry Sein Visualization: Nikolay Koldunov
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How to Spot a Rip Current (Japanese subtitles)
 
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Rips are complex, can quickly change shape and location, and at times, are difficult to see. The things to look for are deeper, dark-coloured water; fewer breaking waves; a rippled surface surrounded by smooth waters; and anything floating out to sea or foamy, discoloured, sandy, water flowing out beyond the waves. Rips don’t always show all of these signs at once. Can you spot a rip?
Tsunami currents crash Calif. boats
 
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CBS News RAW: Boats in Santa Cruz, Calif. are pushed around and pulled out to sea by a strong current caused by tsunami waves that traveled from Japan. A magnitude 8.9 earthquake shook the country and triggered a tsunami.
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Garbage Island: An Ocean Full of Plastic (Part 1/3)
 
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Vice sails to the North Pacific Gyre, collecting point for all of the ocean's flotsam and home of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch: a mythical, Texas-sized island made entirely of our trash. ** Come aboard as we take a cruise to the Northern Gyre in the Pacific Ocean, a spot where currents spin and cycle, churning up tons of plastic into a giant pool of chemical soup, flecked with bits and whole chunks of refuse that cannot biodegrade. Hosted by Thomas Morton | Originally aired in 2008 on http://VICE.com Follow Thomas on Twitter - http://twitter.com/Babyballs69 Check out more great documentaries here! http://bit.ly/VICE-Documentaries Watch the rest here! Part 1/3: http://bit.ly/Garbage-Island-1 Part 2/3: http://bit.ly/Garbage-Island-2 Part 3/3: http://bit.ly/Garbage-Island-3 Subscribe for new videos everyday: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/vice/videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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Whirlpool! (Amazing Ocean Whirlpool!)
 
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As currents flow along a coastline or in the middle of the ocean, they encounter resistance from landmasses or water with different properties. As a result of this resistance, the current meanders and pinches off into a "whirlpool". If you have ever observed water flowing in a stream, you have seen whirlpools from around the backsides of rocks or other impediments in a stream. The process is essentially the same in the ocean. The only difference is that the "whirlpools" or eddies that form in the ocean are much larger and generally more intense in terms of energy and momentum. We don't have time to review all the processes that lead to the formation of eddies, but I want to introduce you to the major features of the eddies that form as a result of the Gulf Stream. Your book has a wonderful illustration of the formation of two types of eddies, or rings, as they are now called: these are the warm core rings and the cold core rings. As the Gulf Stream flows north, it encounters the Labrador flowing south along the banks of Cape Hatteras. As these two currents meet, they begin to meander (they wind back and forth like a snake). Eventually, these meanders "pinch off" from the main flow and become independently rotating structures, known as rings. One set of rings, which contains the cold water of the Labrador Current, are known as cold core rings. These cold core rings spin off from the Gulf Stream and are propelled eastward into the North Atlantic Ocean. Their movements may take them quite far from the Gulf Stream and, depending on their size, they may retain their characteristics for months. As they spin off from the Gulf Stream, they have a certain rotational velocity, a net direction, and a characteristic temperature structure. Because their centers contain cold nutrient-rich water, a plankton bloom develops in the middle of these rings. The development of the plankton bloom, the development of organisms that feed on the plankton, and the eventual "death" of the ring as it mixes with the surrounding water is a fascinating study in the ecological succession of plankton communities. In recent years, entire oceanographic studies have been devoted to understanding the nature of the formation and evolution of these rings, and the biological communities that develop as a result of these rings. On the other side of the Gulf Stream, warm water pinches off into structures called warm core rings. These rings typically spin off west and north of the Gulf Stream, and travel against the flow of the Labrador Current. Because their centers are composed of warm, nutrient-poor water, conditions are not ripe for plankton blooms. As such, these rings typically don't develop the kinds of biological communities we observe in cold-core rings. The satellite image of sea surface temperature reveals quite nicely the differences between cold-core and warm-core rings. In the image shown, reds, oranges, and yellows are warm water, and greens and blues are cold water. Take a look at the center of the picture. You should be able to make out swirling masses of water associated with the northernmost part of the Gulf Stream. Can you see two dots of green in the middle of the red and yellow water? These are cold core rings. Just above them, on the other side of the Gulf Stream, is a large swirl of yellow water floating in the middle of green water. This is a warm-core ring. Note also the meanders of the Gulf Stream as it bends towards the east. It is these meanders that give rise to these rings. Source(s): www.courseworld.com/ocean/currents.html
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Ocean Currents
 
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Ocean Currents
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Eddy Current Whirlpool
 
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This is where the Sea of Japan Meets the Pacific Ocean Onaruto Bridge.
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Tracking Ocean Currents & Pushing Science Forward - Part 2 (Gulf Dispatches)
 
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As the mission continues, the researchers are being tossed around by rough seas. They call in air support to give them a better idea of their forecast. Fortunately, the weather turns and the team is able to deploy the drifters. Their goal is to predict where the wind, waves, and currents of the Gulf would take surface oil after a major spill.
Pokemon Go Throws Special Event in Japan
 
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Japan is getting another exclusive Pokemon Go event. Niantic announced today that Mr. Mime and Unown will spawn at the Tottori Sand Dunes for three days in November. Typically, Mr. Mime only spawns in Europe, although Pokemon Go has used Mr. Mime as a perk for players to visit various live events this summer. The Tottori Sand Dunes are the only sand dunes found in Japan, caused by a unique confluence of sediment being pushed out into the Sea of Japan by the Sendai River and then being pushed back into shore by sea currents. http://comicbook.com/2017/09/29/pokemon-go-japan-event/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit Entertainment using http://wochit.com
Rolling - Pacific Ocean
 
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Some heavy rolling in the Pacific Ocean due to strong Equatorial current and Typhoon developing not so far from us... M/t Valrossa heading to Japan in October 2012, weather almost good for all the journey (27 days).
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Japanese Ocean day
 
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Mendocino Music Festival 2013 presented Umi no Hi: A Celebration of Japan's Ocean Day. A very serene, light and zen atmosphere was in the Mendocino Cypress Grove accompanied by the soft breeze, the sound of the ocean, haiku poetry and music.
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Strange Japanese Sea Creatures
 
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National Geographic Video Short
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NOAA Model Shows Projected Path of Possible Japan Tsunami Dock off Washington Coast
 
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Here you can see an example animation of the Office of Response and Restoration's oil spill trajectory model GNOME showing a potential path of a large dock which has beached on the northern coast of Washington state, approximately 16 nautical miles northwest of Grays Harbor. The dock potentially washed out to sea from Misawa, Japan, during the March 2011 Japan tsunami. In the video, particles are released in the computer model at the position where the dock was initially sighted December 14, 2012. The particles move under the influence of winds and ocean currents. They also spread apart over time; this is simulating the small-scale turbulence in the winds and currents. This particular scenario was run after the dock was stranded on land and uses observed wind data from a nearby weather station (wind direction and strength is shown by the arrow on the upper right) and a northward coastal current of approximately 1 knot. Original source: http://response.restoration.noaa.gov/sites/default/files/washington-coast-dock-trajectory-gnome-movie-dec2012_noaa.mov
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If You See Square Waves In The Ocean, Get Out Of The Water Immediately
 
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If You See Square Waves In The Ocean, Get Out Of The Water Immediately We’re used to the relaxing sounds of gentle waves hitting the shoreline, but did you know that there are different types of waves? I’m not talking about big waves like tsunamis, but a natural phenomenon known as square waves. These waves are called a “cross sea,” which forms when waves collide from different angles and form squares in the ocean. You might have never heard of or even seen waves like this, but they do exist, and they’re very dangerous. The pictures of square waves are enchanting. It almost feels these waves are inspired from a science fiction tale like the Matrix, in which the pieces of the world are about to fall apart. In areas where “cross seas” are common, residents would beg to differ. Île de Ré, an island off the west coast of France, experiencing square waves. When waves from one weather system continue to move in the same direction, even though there has been a shift in wind, it causes waves made by the new wind to run at an angle, creating a dangerous pattern. It looks harmless on the surface, but underwater, there are powerful currents that can capsize and throw large ships up in the air. The reason why is because boats are made to hit currents head on, but if waves are coming from all different angles, there’s no escape. Rare image of square waves. Cross seas also create extremely dangerous riptides, so make sure you’re not anywhere close to the water when this natural phenomenon occurs. Luckily, square waves don’t happen often, but it’s important to know what they mean and how to stay safe. A cross sea covering as far as the eye can see. 1. The convergence of the Baltic and North Seas This ocean phenomenon is believed to even be mentioned in the Quran. In Denmark, there’s a clear line that separates the Baltic and North Seas because these waters never mix together. The reason is because of the difference in densities in the two seas. Think of it like this: Why doesn’t oil and water mix? 2. Red Tide The Red Tide is also called “Algal Blooming.” Not all red tides are harmful to humans and marine life, but it’s best to stay out of these waters just in case. 3. Bioluminescent shores This mesmerizing display of bioluminescence was found in Tathra, New South Wales. These gorgeous nighttime beaches that can be found on every adventurer’s bucket list is caused by bioluminescent plankton in warm coastal waters. When these plankton are under stress, they make the water glow as a defence mechanism, attracting predators to eat the predator trying to eat them. Some people believe underwater circles were created by aliens. There’s a lot of mystery surrounding underwater crop circles after they were found near the waters of a Japanese island. Some think these intricate underwater sand designs were created by an extraterrestrial being, while others think this is the work of puffer fish. It’s more widely believed that these fish draw these circles and decorate them with shells to attract a mate. Did you know square waves exist? Share this article with a friend! #SquareWaves #Ocean #GetOutOfTheWater Subscribe Our YouTube Channel Newzmagazine.com For More
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Fukushima Nuclear Radiation Has Contaminated ENTIRE Pacific Ocean
 
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Fukushima nuclear disaster has contaminated the world’s largest ocean in only five years and it’s still leaking 300 tons of radioactive waste every day. In 2011, an earthquake created a tsunami that caused a meltdown at the TEPCO nuclear power plant in Fukushima Japan. Three nuclear reactors melted down and released radiation. Over the next three months, radioactive chemicals, leaked into the Pacific Ocean. However, the numbers may actually be much higher as Japanese official estimates have been proven by several scientists to be flawed in recent years. Fukushima continues to leak an astounding 300 tons of radioactive waste into the Pacific Ocean every day. It will continue do so indefinitely as the source of the leak cannot be sealed as it is inaccessible to both humans and robots due to extremely high temperatures. Subscribe for latest Update: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIloWx81MSxGMvwY8xP4cGA?sub_confirmation=1 Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ProtectMearth
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Ocean WHIRLPOOL aka the Sea Tornado
 
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Some footage of a whirlpool shot using an underwater camera A maelstrom is a large whirlpool, yes. It usually spans large areas or has great intensity. No, they are not tornadoes on water. A tornado ON water is called a waterspout. Tornadoes spin because of differences in air pressure inside the funnel which cause it to rotate. A whirlpool rotates due to changes in direction of the current/creation of cross-currents. As for destruction, I know that Channel 4 in Britain did a show called "Lethal Seas" which showed hat happens to a person caught in one of these. They used a mannequin to represent a human.
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