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Sara Pankenier Weld: We need the humanities today more than ever

Pioneer Press 13 Jun 2024
Yet hope is not lost, since programs to study Russian have sprung up in Armenia, Georgia, Baltic countries and Central Asia, giving double the bang for the buck in learning about multiple world regions at once.
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Island Oil offers Maritime Studies scholarships at Frederick University

CyprusMail 29 May 2024
Among other initiatives, Island Oil offers scholarships to students pursuing a BSc in Maritime Studies at Frederick University, as well as other financial support schemes for the benefit of students.
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Scholarships offered by Island Oil for Maritime Studies at Frederick University

Stockwatch 28 May 2024
Among other initiatives, Island Oil offers scholarships to students pursuing a BSc in Maritime Studies at Frederick University, as well as other financial support schemes for the benefit of the students.
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Bulker duo averages 17.3% CO2 reduction in Blue Visby trial

Splash24/7 21 May 2024
The parties also had a choice as to whether to calculate the financial value of fuel savings and of the prolongation of the ocean passage by using contract rates or market rates provided by the Baltic Exchanges.
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Europe’s Pagans Imported Horses to Sacrifice… and They Got Them From Christians

Ancient Origins 19 May 2024
This new study has also prompted a reassessment of the importance of such cemeteries as a central focus in Baltic sacred landscapes ... As the study authors note, “these horses provide direct evidence for ...
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Pagan-Christian trade networks supplied horses from overseas for the last horse sacrifices in Europe

Science Daily 17 May 2024
Horses crossed the Baltic Sea in ships during the Late Viking Age and were sacrificed for funeral rituals. Studies on the remains of horses found ...
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Report: Scrubber Wash Damages Baltic as Shipowners Realize Profits with HFO

The Maritime Executive 09 May 2024
A new study from ... In a previous study, the Chalmers researchers contended that more than 200 million cubic meters of environmentally hazardous scrubber water is discharged into the Baltic Sea annually.
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Genetic study finds early summer fishing can have an evolutionary impact, resulting in smaller salmon

Phys Dot Org 08 May 2024
The study on wild salmon in the northern Baltic Sea revealed that especially in the early part of the fishing season, fishing strongly targets salmon carrying a "large salmon genetic variant."
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Millions in costs due to discharge of scrubber water into the Baltic Sea

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 08 May 2024
... from ships with so-called scrubbers cause great damage to the Baltic Sea.
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Shipping making billions by using scrubbers to run on heavy fuel oil, study claims

Splash24/7 07 May 2024
Emissions from scrubber discharge have caused pollution to the Baltic Sea corresponding to socio-economic costs of more than EUR 680m ($732m) between 2014 and 2022, according to a new study.
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Discharge of scrubber water into the Baltic Sea is responsible for hundreds of millions in costs

Phys Dot Org 07 May 2024
As for the costs associated with the degradation of marine ecosystems, the study shows that between the years 2014 and 2022, scrubber water discharges have polluted at a cost of over €680 million in the Baltic Sea area.
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Human activity is causing toxic thallium to enter the Baltic Sea, finds new study

Phys Dot Org 02 May 2024
This study evidences an increase in the amount of ... For the study, the researchers set out to better understand how thallium and its two stable isotopes 203Tl and 205Tl are cycled in the Baltic Sea.
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Kuva Space wins ESA contract for hyperspectral services over Baltic

Eweekly 01 May 2024
This will be demonstrated with a field study with the Finnish authorities, to improve border surveillance by detecting illegal activities along the Baltic Sea area between Finland, Estonia, and Sweden ... Kuva Space services ... SMART-CONNECT ... See also ... .
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Study finds microbes hitchhike on microplastics to reach the sea

Phys Dot Org 09 Apr 2024
In parts of the Baltic Sea, the concentration of microplastics can be as much as 3,300 particles per cubic meter ... The study was conducted with waters from the northern part of the Baltic Sea and one of its river inflows.
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Scientists warn: The grey seal hunt is too large

Science Daily 28 Mar 2024
... long-term survival of the grey seal in the Baltic Sea.

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