Week 18 This is a cut and paste parts of the ocean floor worksheet. Ideally, it is to be used to reiterate the parts of the ocean floor that have been taug.
BSEE approves first Arctic OCS drilling permit in more than 2 years https://betiforexcom.livejournal.com/29193000.html The US Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement has approved Eni US Operating Co.’s application to drill in the Beaufort Sea off Alaska’s North Slope. The project represents the first fresh exploration on the US Arctic Outer Continental Shelf in ...The post BSEE approves first Arctic OCS drilling permit in more than 2 years appeared first on aroundworld24.com…
Bidding Action Heats Up In UK’s Continental Shelf https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Bidding-Action-Heats-Up-In-UKs-Continental-Shelf.html?utm_content=buffer3dab4&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer #energy #uk #oil #gas #oilandgas #subsea #alxcltd #evenort
Continental Shelf: A Labeled Diagram and Some Interesting Facts
A new “Ecosystem Advisory” from NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC) reports, “Sea surface temperatures in the Northeast Shelf Large Marine Ecosystem during 2012 were the highest…
NASA reveals strange 'finger rafting' pattern in Antarctica's sea ice
The Amundsen Sea embayment hosts some of the fastest melting glaciers on the planet. This is because warm ocean waters flow across the continental shelf into sub-ice shelf cavities where they slowly erode the ice, especially near the glaciers' grounding lines — where the glacier meets the sea
Accelerated warming of continental shelf off northeast coast of U. A new study shows that water temperatures off the northeast coast of the US have been trending upward, with unprecedented warming occurring over the last 13 years.
Six Reasons Why Norway's Arctic Oil Adventure Gets Put on Ice
For a long time, Norway, Western Europe's largest exporter of oil and gas, has pinned its hopes on the northernmost part of the continental shelf. However, there are several reasons why large-scale production in the Arctic is mostly a pipe dream.