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Alaska Storm Likely Becomes Strongest in Bering Sea History
 
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A massive storm in the Bering Sea, off the western Alaska coast and to the east of Russia, strengthened enough to be considered the strongest storm that the turbulent region has ever seen. It may not be an official record, however, as the minimum central pressure of 924 millibars was estimated by meteorologists, since the storm is over the open ocean off the Kamchatka Peninsula. http://feeds.mashable.com/~r/Mashable/~3/YRWNztLIhy4/ http://www.wochit.com
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The Youngest Captain in the Bering Sea
 
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Life on the Bering Sea is one of the most treacherous and rewarding ways to make a living. For Captain Sean Dwyer, the youngest captain in the region, it’s all he knows—after learning the ropes, he took over the family-run fishing business from his father at an early age. Follow along as the captain and his crew battle the elements and mental challenges of a life at sea. — Presented by Huckberry and XTRATUF SHOP NOW: http://bit.ly/huckberry-x-xtratuf WHO WE ARE: Huckberry is a 1 million+ adventure community. We deliver the coolest gear at the best prices, inspirational stories, and a hell of a lot more to your inbox every week. Membership is free and takes seconds. Free shipping on US orders $98+ and easy, free returns
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Simulating Bering Strait Region Oceanography
 
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The Bermuda Triangle Mystery Has Been Solved
 
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Scientists May Have Finally Cracked the Greatest Mystery Behind the Bermuda Triangle. How many creepy stories about the disappearing of airplanes and ships in the Bermuda Triangle have you heard? We guess many. It is a large area in the Atlantic Ocean between Florida, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. This region is notorious for its mysterious phenomena. Huge amounts of ships and planes have disappeared here. Its second name is ‘The devil’s triangle.' All those mythical vanishings happened under unknown and unexplained circumstances. Some of the planes and ships have never been found. There have been many theories about why it all occurs in that area starting from waterspouts to aliens and even sea monsters. But those were only theories... TIMESTAMPS Where is the Bermuda Triangle? 0:22 Theories 0:47 A big incident in 2005 1:40 Stories behind the Bermuda triangle 2:50 The main mystery solved 3:08 SUMMARY - In 1945 five American torpedo bombers and a plane that was sent out to find them vanished without a trace. - 75 aircraft and several hundred ships have been lost. - The latest tragedy happened in 2015 when the cargo ship "El Faro" disappeared in this region. - In 2005 the first Piper-PA airplane disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle. - In 2007 one more Piper-PA airplane disappeared near Berry Island. Many stories are whirling around this area. But now, finally, the mystery behind the Bermuda Triangle, might have been solved. 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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Two Islands in Two Countries, Two Miles and 21 Hours Apart
 
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NOVA | On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea: Part One
 
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In this series of video stories, On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea, explore the past and future of the fast-changing Bering Sea region, its culture and people, and the new polar science that is emerging from an expedition on board the Coast Guard cutter Healy. Watch NOVA every Tuesday night on PBS. Or join us online at pbs.org/nova. Funding for NOVA is provided by ExxonMobil, Pacific Life, David H. Koch, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and public television viewers. On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea is a production of Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc. in association with the Clark Science Center at Smith College. Produced by Lawrence R. Hott and Tom Litwin. For full credits, go to pbs.org/nova/extremeice/credits.html Copyright 2009 Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc. www.florentinefilms.org To learn more, visit http://www.pbs.org/nova/extremeice
Views: 6814 NOVA PBS Official
Could Alaska Be The New Center For Global Trade?
 
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Check out the all-new Seeker.com! http://bit.ly/20hkdyq » Subscribe to NowThis World: http://go.nowth.is/World_Subscribe With melting ice caps, the Bering Strait may become a new passage for global trade routes. So how will this new trade route impact Alaska? Learn More: Encyclopedia Britannica: Bering Strait http://www.britannica.com/place/Bering-Strait Der Spiegel: Northeast Passage: Russia Moves to Boost Arctic Shipping http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/russia-moves-to-promote-northeast-passage-through-arctic-ocean-a-917824.html Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America: New Trans-Arctic shipping routes navigable by midcentury http://www.pnas.org/content/110/13/E1191/1 Kawerak Planning Department: 2008 Bering Strait Region: Data and Statistics Report http://www.kawerak.org/forms/admin/Data%20and%20Statistics%20Report%201.pdf Music Track Courtesy of APM Music _ More from NowThis: » Subscribe to NowThis News: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subscribe NowThis World is dedicated to bringing you topical explainers about the world around you. Each week we’ll be exploring current stories in international news, by examining the facts, providing historical context, and outlining the key players involved. We’ll also highlight powerful countries, ideologies, influential leaders, and ongoing global conflicts that are shaping the current landscape of the international community across the globe today. Like NowThis World on Facebook: https://go.nowth.is/World_Facebook http://www.youtube.com/nowthisworld
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Maritime Futures and the Bering Strait Region
 
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The shared U.S.-Russian maritime border and the narrow Bering Strait will very likely see an increase in economic activity as nations and the private sector explore natural resource development, develop shipping routes and vessel traffic lanes, and pursue fishing stocks in the Arctic. A new CSIS report, Maritime Futures: The Arctic and The Bering Strait Region,describes the impact of the increased connection of distant economies through Arctic maritime routes and the urgent need to enhance protection of U.S. Arctic coastline and territorial waters. We are delighted to welcome Rear Admiral Michael F. McAllister, Commander of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Seventeenth District, who will discuss current Coast Guard efforts and initiatives in the Bering Strait region to better manage this maritime future, with a focus on enhancing maritime domain awareness and search and rescue capabilities and cooperation, as well as vessel traffic management with Russia. This event is made possible by support from the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Photo: Operation Deep Freeze 2017 by Coast Guard News
NOVA | On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea: Part Two
 
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In this series of video stories, On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea, explore the past and future of the fast-changing Bering Sea region, its culture and people, and the new polar science that is emerging from an expedition on board the Coast Guard cutter Healy. Watch NOVA every Tuesday night on PBS. Or join us online at pbs.org/nova. Funding for NOVA is provided by ExxonMobil, Pacific Life, David H. Koch, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and public television viewers. On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea is a production of Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc. in association with the Clark Science Center at Smith College. Produced by Lawrence R. Hott and Tom Litwin. For full credits, go to pbs.org/nova/extremeice/credits.html Copyright 2009 Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc. www.florentinefilms.org To learn more, visit http://www.pbs.org/nova/extremeice
Views: 4772 NOVA PBS Official
World Landbridge (5) - Bering Strait & Siberia
 
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With the very intitiation of NAWAPA in North America, politically and economically, the land connection of the continents of America and Eurasia is placed on the agenda. The connection via the Bering Strait, a project that was first proposed in the middle of the 19th century, would lead highways and rail track through a tunnel underneath the icy ocean waters, and would include a gas pipeline, as well as power transmission and communications lines. Construction of the Bering Strait Tunnel is an active agenda of many of the most important nations in that region. One of the international specialists on planning and constructing infrastructure projects of this scale and kind, is Dr. Hal Cooper. Dr. Cooper has inspired and performed extensive feasibility studies on the rail and tunnel project for the Bering Strait, the rail connections within Alaska and Canada, as well as numerous other projects. Dr. Sergei Cherkasov is a further international specialist for such projects. Cherkasov works at the State Geological Vernadsky Museum in Moscow, which is part of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is a leading expert on questions of raw materials in the scientific tradition of Vladimir Vernadsky and Dmitri Mendeleyev, and is active in several international working groups on surveying undiscovered mineral deposits.
Views: 129630 BüSo
The Future of the Bering Sea
 
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Hear the voices of Alaska Native Communities as they share their stories of communal sharing and caring for the environment. Many changes are taking place in the Bering Sea that are affecting the Native peoples of the region and the environment in which their lives are so intricately intertwined. Watch our video and hear their stories. To find out more about the Bering Sea, take a look at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL3762013D6511AE99&feature=edit_ok
Views: 533 Greenpeace USA
NOVA | On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea: Part Three
 
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In this series of video stories, On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea, explore the past and future of the fast-changing Bering Sea region, its culture and people, and the new polar science that is emerging from an expedition on board the Coast Guard cutter Healy. Watch NOVA every Tuesday night on PBS. Or join us online at pbs.org/nova. Funding for NOVA is provided by ExxonMobil, Pacific Life, David H. Koch, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and public television viewers. On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea is a production of Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc. in association with the Clark Science Center at Smith College. Produced by Lawrence R. Hott and Tom Litwin. For full credits, go to pbs.org/nova/extremeice/credits.html Copyright 2009 Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc. www.florentinefilms.org To learn more, visit http://www.pbs.org/nova/extremeice
Views: 2264 NOVA PBS Official
Huge Hairy Sea Monster Washes Up On The Shore Of The Bering Sea On The  Kamchatka Peninsula.
 
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The baffling behemoth - shown in a video here - was washed up in recent days on the shore of the Bering Sea, on the Pacific side of the Kamchatka peninsula. More than three times the size of a man, the smelly heavyweight monster has puzzled locals here who are used to seeing what the ocean washes up. It has a dirty chalk colouring, and appears to have a long tail - or tentacle - but no definite head or eyes as it lies on the dark volcanic sand. Witness Svetlana Dyadenko posted: ‘This unidentified and strange-looking creature was washed on the shore next to the village of Pakhachi, on the north-eastern side of the Kamchatka Peninsula.' She said: ‘The most interesting thing to me is that the creature is covered with tubular fur. ‘Could it be some ancient creature? ‘I wish scientists could inspect this enigma that ocean threw at us.’ It could be the remnants of an extinct woolly mammoth, perhaps released from an undersea permafrost grave by the warm summer. But Svetlana said: ‘It looks more like a hairy octopus. Can’t guess what is it. ‘People who saw it could not dig or pull it out. ‘You would need an excavator because part of it got completely covered with sand.’ Commenter Slava Shatunov wrote: ‘It looks like normal fur.’ Svetlana replied: ‘It does look like fur, but it’s tubular, as if a lot of tiny pipes hang down the carcass. This is a really strange-looking creature. The term globster was first coined in 1962 to describe a mysterious Tasmanian carcass which was said to have "no visible eyes, no defined head, and no apparent bone structure”. These globsters may at first resemble a gigantic octopus while others may have some bones or tentacles or flippers - or even eyes, say experts. They are, though, not usually hairy as this one is. Scientists have suggested globsters are declared carcasses of large sea creatures, like whales or sharks. They might be lumps of whale blubber released from decaying corpses. Yet the hair or fur on this Kamchatka monster doesn’t seem to fit with this description. But Kamchatka marine biologist Sergei Kornev today partly validated the globster theory. He believes the monster to be part of a decaying sea mammal. 'Under the influence of the sea, time and various animals, from the smallest to the largest, a whale often takes on bizarre forms. ‘This is only a part of a whale, not a whole one.' SOURCE: FOOTAGE BY Svetlana Dyadenko SOURCE: STORY From https://siberiantimes.com/other/others/news/huge-hairy-sea-monster-washes-up-on-pacific-coast-what-can-it-be/ Music Credit: Music by BENSOUND http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-... Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Send footage to - [email protected] Follow me on twitter - https://twitter.com/Underbelly2_0 NEW T-SHIRTS DESIGNS AT THE HIDDEN UNDERBELLY SHOP...... https://teespring.com/stores/thehiddenunderbelly?aid=marketplace
NOVA| On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea: Part Four
 
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In this series of video stories, On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea, explore the past and future of the fast-changing Bering Sea region, its culture and people, and the new polar science that is emerging from an expedition on board the Coast Guard cutter Healy. Watch NOVA every Tuesday night on PBS. Or join us online at pbs.org/nova. Funding for NOVA is provided by ExxonMobil, Pacific Life, David H. Koch, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and public television viewers. On Thin Ice in the Bering Sea is a production of Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc. in association with the Clark Science Center at Smith College. Produced by Lawrence R. Hott and Tom Litwin. For full credits, go to pbs.org/nova/extremeice/credits.html Copyright 2009 Florentine Films/Hott Productions, Inc. www.florentinefilms.org To learn more, visit http://www.pbs.org/nova/extremeice
Views: 2574 NOVA PBS Official
Hunt For The Red Whale film
 
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Hunt For The Red Whales film made in the region of the Bering Strait in Chukotka and Alaska. Documentary about Killer whales of the Bering sea and local hunters and fishermen. There can't be many people whose ambition is to swim with killer whales, but for adventurer Afanassi Makovnev it was a dream come true when he got the opportunity to take to the water with them. This special episode of Survival follows him across Russia, Alaska and Norway as he photographs, studies and finally joins the whales in their natural habitat. David Suchet narrates. Production title: HUNT FOR THE RED WHALES Synopsis: There are few places in the world that are still truly wild. Chukotka, a frozen peninsula on Russia's Far Eastern frontier, is one of them. Whales from as far afield as Mexico and Pacific walrus take advantage of this undisturbed place. But they draw fearsome hunters - the biggest and least known killer whales in the world. Afanassi Makovnev comes from Russia with love - with a love for whales. It's a burning passion that makes him want to plunge into icy seas, with the most formidable predator on earth - the awesome killer whale. One day Afanassi wants to swim with these mighty creatures. Chukotka is one of the most inaccessible places on earth, and Afanassi is one of few adventures with a permit to this hidden wilderness, much of life here has never been filmed before. Series title: SURVIVAL: HUNT FOR THE RED WHALES Series ID: W/0029-22 Credits text: Narrator - DAVID SUCHET Camera - CLIVE LONSDALE, TOBY HOUGH, GORAN EHLME, JOHN BULMER, BILL FITZ, RORY McGUINESS and ANDREW HARCOURT. Assistant Cameraman/ Russian co-ordinator - AFANASSI MAKOVNEV. Writer/ Producer/ Director - CAROLINE BRETT. Executive Producer - PETRA REGENT. Paris company: ANGLIA TELEVISION Genre: FACTUAL ITC class ID: Running time - minutes: 48 Running time - seconds: 2 First TX date: 2005-06-12 Production area: FACTUAL PROGRAMMES Production type: PROGRAMME Version type: UK VERSION Local series ID: Local episode ID: Picture style: Colour Sound style: Stereo Slot time: 60 Commissioner: ANGLIA TELEVISION Exploit Issues: Production companies: SURVIVAL ANGLIA LTD http://www.itnsource.com/en/specials/survival/shotlist//ITVProgs/2005/06/12/220035B/
Views: 105 Afanassi Makovnev
Future Megaprojects - Bering Strait Tunnel (Extreme Engineering | Megastructures) Documentary
 
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Bering Strait Tunnel The Bering Strait Tunnel would connect Russia and Alaska creating a high-speed rail line freight route and a crucial oil pipeline. Twice as long as the channel tunnel it would be the most ambitious and expensive tunneling project ever attempted. To build it massive Tunnel Boring Machines would start on both sides of the strait - 64 miles apart - and meet in the middle. All this would have to be built in some of the most difficult conditions anywhere on the planet: permafrost regions mountains and summer swamps and an entire region known for frequent large magnitude earthquakes that put everything and everyone at constant risk. With the world getting better and better every second the quest for perfection is at its limit and beyond. The quest of perfection is getting insatiable and there are some insanely big and ambitious projects underway. Here are the mega projects which promise to further enhance the world we currently live in. With the growth and expansion of the world’s economies there are plenty of large-scale investment projects that are under development currently. Most of these megaprojects of the future consisting of roads bridges skyscrapers airports and tunnels involve massive investment and use of superior technology. The cost of these large projects can run into billions of dollars and the greatest challenge for developing some of these spectacular projects can be to acquire adequate funding. These new methods of transport and infrastructure around different cities have opened up new possibilities for trade and commerce and paved the way for globalization. Let’s take a look at some of the megaprojects of the future here.
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Bering Sea- sea ice 10 May 2000 to 10 May 2018
 
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Yearly images of sea ice in the Bering Strait region on May 10 each year from 2000 to 2018
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World Peace King Bridge and Tunnel (Bering Sea)
 
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World Peace King Bridge and Tunnel (Bering Sea) PeaceTV
🎥 GHOST SHIP (2002) | Full Movie Trailer | Full HD | 1080p
 
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A salvage crew that discovers a long-lost 1962 passenger ship floating lifeless in a remote region of the Bering Sea soon notices, as they prepare to tow it back to land, that strange things happen. Director: Steve Beck Writers: Mark Hanlon (story), Mark Hanlon (screenplay) Stars: Julianna Margulies, Gabriel Byrne, Ron Eldard #MoviePredictor #trailer #BestMovie
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islands of bering sea
 
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Alaska Storm Likely Becomes Strongest in Bering Sea History
 
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A massive storm in the Bering Sea, off the western Alaska coast and to the east of Russia, strengthened enough to be considered the strongest storm that the turbulent region has ever seen. It may not be an official record, however, as the minimum central pressure of 924 millibars was estimated by meteorologists, since the storm is over the open ocean off the Kamchatka Peninsula. ►Circle us on Google + http://goo.gl/TXeBfX ►Subscribe Channel http://goo.gl/mqt0wI ►Don't forget to Like * Comment * Share this video. ----------------------------------------­-------------------------------- Stay tuned, Stay connected
Views: 342 Nirvana News
Ancient sea monster discovered on the coast of the Commander Islands in the Kamchatka region.
 
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Ancient sea monster discovered on the coast of the Commander Islands in the Kamchatka region. Skeleton of an extinct marine cow 6 meters long uncovered and unearthed on the coast of the Commander Islands in the Kamchatka region. At first, the headless remains of the beast looked like a fence, but local officials, in a survey of the nature reserve, soon realized that they had made a remarkable find: the ribs of this ancient creature. Excavating 70 centimeters below the surface, he discovered the headless skeleton of Steller's sea cow, a mammal endemic to this region that became extinct in the 18th century. As the images show, they found 45 vertebrae, 27 ribs, a left scapula and other bones. Arctic explorers recorded sightings of sea cows before they became extinct. The species is named after the German explorer Georg Steller, who documented its existence for the first time during the voyage in 1741. The animals were easy prey for hunters who used harpoons, without fear of humans. The first discovery of the new discovery was made by the inspector of the Commander Islands nature reserve Maria Shitova. After she discovered the protruding ribs, an eight-hour excavation was organized to recover the remains. The islands are located in the Bering Sea between Russia and Alaska.
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Impacts and Solutions for Increased Shipping in the Bering Strait
 
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The Bering Strait is the narrow gateway between the Pacific and Arctic Oceans. The region is home to indigenous communities and supports a mass migration of marine species – including bowhead whales, walrus and millions of seabirds – twice a year. As sea ice recedes from this area and ship traffic increases, rules must be developed to promote safe shipping and minimize the inherent risks.
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Indigenous Knowledge and Use of Ocean Currents in the Bering Strait Region
 
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This webinar originally aired on 09 April 2015. In this webinar, Julie Raymond-Yakoubian of Kawerak, Inc. will presented a recently completed project on indigenous knowledge and use of ocean currents. She shared perspectives on the importance of traditional understandings of ocean currents as a critical aspect of the body of knowledge held by communities in the region, how this knowledge was collected, and the modern-day practical applications of this knowledge for marine policy, planning, and safety considerations. Examples of where this knowledge is currently being used was also presented. This webinar was presented by Julie Raymond-Yakoubian of Kawerak, Inc., and it was cosponsored by NOAA National Marine Protected Areas Center, the EBM Tools Network, and MPA News.
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More Climate Change Finger Prints: Record Atmospheric Height Anomalies Over the Bering Sea
 
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Very intense ridge patterns have dominated the region of Alaska, the Eastern Pacific, and into the Bering and Chukchi Seas during September. These extreme values were likely influenced both by warmer than normal ocean temperatures and by reduced sea ice coverage. These are climate change indicators that influence broader weather patterns for North America. Links: https://twitter.com/WorldClimateSvc/status/1045015726183133185 Notable record forecast for next Tuesday: https://twitter.com/climateguyw/status/1045029053516992514 Hat tip to Dr Jennifer Francis Hat tip to Dr Michael E Mann #RecordRidge #OceanWarming #ClimateChange
Views: 1683 Robert Fanney
How Wide Is The Bering Sea?
 
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While some bering sea water passes through the narrow, 53 mile wide strait is only connection between pacific and arctic oceans. Additionally the bering strait links arctic ocean with sea and separates continents of asia north america at their closest point. Bering strait wikipediabering crossing wikipediasea, pacific ocean can you really see russia from alaska? . Pollen, insects and other plant remains taken from sediments beneath the bering sea confirmed this 11 des 2010. There are numerous islands in the strait, including two diomede (about 6 14 dec 2016 bering strait is approximately 53 miles (85 km) wide at its narrowest, with an average depth of 30 50 meters (98 160 ft). The ecological significance of the bering strait region is tremendous. It comprises a deep water basin, which then rises through narrow slope into the shallower above continental shelves. To the north bering sea connects with arctic ocean through strait, at narrowest point of which two continents are about 53 miles (85 15 sep 2008 you can also see russia from other points in alaska. 10 best bering sea cruises & expeditions to alaska, canada the bering sea ecosystem hasil google books. Three marine water masses flow from the northern bering sea into chukchi sea, and eventually beaufort via strait 27 feb 2014 but in 1930s, swedish botanist eric hultn proposed that region known as beringia, which includes land bridge now submerged under strait, was a refuge for shrubby tundra plants. Lawrence island a larger alaskan in the bering sea, sea is one of most dangerous bodies water world. Sthe bridge or tunnel would provide a connection linking north america (and potentially south america, bering sea and strait, russian beringovo more proliv beringa, northernmost part of the pacific ocean, separating continents asia. Noted in particular for its wide coastal shelf and high productivity, the bering sea ecoregion is of special conservation importance to marine mammals fisheries, a unique subpolar ecosystem. The depths average 35 fathoms (about 200') which means the waves are shorter and pack more power than deep sea. Notice that the water is brightened by a 25 jan 2016 at its narrowest point, strait only 55 miles wide. The image shows a portion of the bering sea from west coast alaska to international dateline. According to a new york times article written in the waning years of cold war (when alaska siberia border was known as 'ice curtain'), if you stand on high ground tip st. Crossing the bering strait & beringian gap &#8211who was first ancient immigrants into americas new world encyclopedia. The itineraries are diverse, so if you're hoping to experience both sides of the arctic ocean and pacific, then let us know which destinations catch yo
Views: 19 Hadassah Hartman
Goldfield Goldtron, Gold from Bering Sea Dredging near Nome, AK
 
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A short video of a Goldfield GoldTron shaker table processing concentrates from our commercial gold dredge offshore Nome, in the Norton Sound region of the Bering Sea Product website: http://goldfieldeng.net/goldtron-finishing-table/ My review of the product: http://safonatt.com/product-review-goldfield-goldtron/ -Andrew C. Lee Nome, AK
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A Legacy Story: Protecting the Bering Sea and Bristol Bay from Offshore Oil & Gas Drilling
 
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A Legacy Story chronicles the long struggle over decisions about opening Bristol Bay and the southeast Bering Sea to offshore oil and gas drilling. Since the 1970s, people dependent on the region’s rich marine resources have been undaunted in an effort to protect these waters. On December 16, 2014, President Obama announced that the region would be permanently withdrawn from consideration for oil and gas leasing. The federal government agreed that the priority should be placed on sustaining traditional ways of life and the high value commercial fisheries in the region, and that offshore drilling presented risks that were not worth taking. The story is told from the perspective of those on the front lines – leaders in the region and the seafood industry, past governors and former Interior Department secretaries. By documenting this story, future generations will remember the history, value the enduring effort made to permanently set Bristol Bay and the southeast Bering Sea aside from oil and gas leasing, and be supported in safeguarding the region into the future. A Legacy Story was created by the Alaska Marine Conservation Council and Nunamta Aulukestai.
Views: 771 AKMarineC2
Goldfield Goldtron, Gold from Bering Sea Dredging near Nome, AK (2)
 
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A short video of a Goldfield GoldTron shaker table processing concentrates from our commercial gold dredge offshore Nome, in the Norton Sound region of the Bering Sea Product website: http://goldfieldeng.net/goldtron-finishing-table/ My review of the product: http://safonatt.com/product-review-goldfield-goldtron/ -Andrew C. Lee Nome, AK
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Earth from Space: Bering Strait
 
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Earth from Space is presented by Kelsea Brennan-Wessels from the ESA Web TV virtual studios.  Offering radar vision, Sentinel-1 takes us over the Bering Strait in this edition, where the sea ice is particularly low this winter. See also Earth from Space: Bering Strait to download the image. See also http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2018/02/Bering_Strait to download the image.
China Sends Five Navy Ships Off Alaska Coast
 
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If you like to Donate https://www.paypal.me/realthingtv Just as China celebrates the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II with an extravagant parade designed to showcase the country’s military prowess and project Xi Jinping’s power to nervous onlookers in the West, the Pentagon says it has spotted five Chinese Navy ships in the Bering Sea, just off the coast of Alaska. Five Chinese navy ships are currently operating in the Bering Sea, off the coast of Alaska, the first time the U.S. military has seen such activity in the area, Pentagon officials said Wednesday. The officials said they have been aware in recent days that three Chinese combat ships, a replenishment vessel and an amphibious ship were in the vicinity after observing them moving toward the Aleutian Islands, which are split between U.S. and Russian control. They said the Chinese ships were still in the area, but declined to specify when the vessels were first spotted or how far they were from the coast of Alaska. The Pentagon official said there were a “variety of opinions” on how to interpret the Chinese ships’ deployment. “It’s difficult to tell exactly, but it indicates some interest in the Arctic region,” the official said. “It’s different.” Just as China celebrates the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II with an extravagant parade designed to showcase the country’s military prowess and project Xi Jinping’s power to nervous onlookers in the West, the Pentagon says it has spotted five Chinese Navy ships in the Bering Sea, just off the coast of Alaska. Five Chinese navy ships are currently operating in the Bering Sea, off the coast of Alaska, the first time the U.S. military has seen such activity in the area, Pentagon officials said Wednesday. The officials said they have been aware in recent days that three Chinese combat ships, a replenishment vessel and an amphibious ship were in the vicinity after observing them moving toward the Aleutian Islands, which are split between U.S. and Russian control. They said the Chinese ships were still in the area, but declined to specify when the vessels were first spotted or how far they were from the coast of Alaska. The Pentagon official said there were a “variety of opinions” on how to interpret the Chinese ships’ deployment. “It’s difficult to tell exactly, but it indicates some interest in the Arctic region,” the official said. “It’s different.” Different” indeed, as in “uprecedented”, and while we won’t endeavor to jump to conclusions, we would note that the PLA hasn’t exactly been shy when it comes to challenging the US from a maritime perspective of late and of course, the US has had its ships and carriers to the east and south of China for decades, so it would appear that Xi is intent on giving Washington a taste of its own medicine. But don’t worry, the Commander in Chief is on the scene – literally http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-02/dramatic-escalation-china-sends-five-navy-ships-alaska-coast-first-time-ever http://www.wsj.com/articles/pentagon-watches-as-chinese-navy-ships-sail-in-bering-sea-1441216258
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Mystified - Bering Strait
 
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From the freezing and epic dark ambient album album Mystified - Eschate Thule. http://cryochamber.bandcamp.com/album/eschate-thule http://www.cryochamberlabel.com http://www.facebook.com/CryoChamber http://soundcloud.com/cryo-chamber https://twitter.com/CryoChamber https://www.twitmusic.com/cryochamber http://cryochamber.tumblr.com/ Cryo Chamber is a dark ambient label run by Simon Heath (Atrium Carceri) focusing on deep high quality dark ambient with a cinematic edge.
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Russian Warships Hold Drills In Bering Sea In Huge Military Exercise | Ultra HD News 2018
 
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#UltraHDNews Russian warships held drills in the Bering Sea which separates Russia from Alaska, part of Moscow's biggest military maneuvers since the fall of the Soviet Union, footage aired by the Ministry of Defence showed on Friday. The Vostok-2018 (East-2018) drills, which run until Sept. 17, are taking place in Siberia and in waters off Russia's eastern coast, involving 300,000 troops, over 1,000 military aircraft and two naval fleets. The drills are taking place at a time of heightened tension between the West and Russia, and NATO has said it will monitor the exercise closely, as will the United States which has a strong military presence in the Asia-Pacific region. President Vladimir Putin inspected the war games on Thursday, vowing in a speech to soldiers to strengthen the Russian army and supply it with new generation weapons and equipment. Putin said Russia was a peaceful country ready for cooperation with any state interested in partnership, but that it was a soldier's duty to be ready to defend his country and its allies. The Ministry of Defence aired footage on Friday of the Northern Fleet's Vice-Admiral Kulakov destroyer and the Alexander Obrakovsky landing ship taking part in a mock-up rescue operation in the Bering Sea. Other footage showed scores of paratroopers leaping from a plane and descending from helicopters by ropes in the eastern Siberian territory of Zabaikalsk. The ministry also broadcast clips of missiles being launched from its S-300 long-range surface-to-air missile system and its Buk medium-range missile system. Please Subscribe My Channel To Improve Your English And Enjoy International English News : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtUNHi_a2poMU7mIOJcgBbA Also Share On Facebook,Google+ And Twitter
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Bering Sea Subsistence Harvest: Measuring Vulnerability to Climate Change
 
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Presenter: Grace Ferrara, NMFS Office of International Affairs and Seafood Inspection, Knauss Fellow Abstract: The Bering Sea is a highly productive region of the Pacific Arctic. The timing of the formation and thaw of sea ice each year has a significant impact on the structure of the Bering Sea ecosystem. In its current state, the northern Bering Sea is a benthic-dominated ecosystem that supports many species of marine invertebrates, fish, birds, and mammals. Eight of these mammal species are relied on heavily by Alaska Natives for subsistence. However, this region is already experiencing the effects of climate change in ways that threaten the persistence of these communities as a result of changes in the timing of sea ice advance and retreat. As these changes progress, understanding the ways in which the ecosystem is vulnerable to climate change will be essential for resource managers and local communities to prepare to adapt. Climate change vulnerability analyses (CCVAs) provide a framework for quantifying vulnerability that can be useful for developing, implementing, and monitoring management solutions to reduce vulnerability. This study uses a CCVA to quantify the vulnerability of eight species of marine mammals in the Bering Sea as a first step in understanding how the communities that rely on them for subsistence are also vulnerable. Although some species are more vulnerable than others, this method allows managers to pinpoint sources of vulnerability for each one to develop strategies for reducing their vulnerability.
Bering Strait Tunnel Presentation from SOPS
 
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Video presented by SOPS -- Russia's Council for the Study of Productive Forces, a joint institution of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Russian Ministry of Economic Development -- at the Shanghai World Expo 2010, where it won the Grand Prize for Innovation. The Bering Strait Tunnel project is the world's premiere intercontinental megaproject. For more information, please visit: https://www.intercontinentalrailway.com
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The Bering Strait: Reducing Risk Through International Cooperation and Capability Improvements
 
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Skip ahead to main speaker at 1:15 Environmental changes are opening the Arctic to increased activity and risk, which will impact the sole connection between the Pacific and Arctic Oceans – the Bering Strait. The U.S. and Russia, the two nations that border the strait, are largely unprepared to manage this increased activity and risk. The purpose of this report is to recommend increased cooperation in the Bering Strait region between the U.S. and Russia, in order to reduce the risk of a maritime disaster. An capstone project presentation for Brown's Master in Public Affairs program.
South Korean ship sunk: 52 fishermen still missing after Korean trawler capsizes in Bering sea
 
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Fifty-two crew people are still missing after a South Korean fishing trawler sank in rough, frigid waters in the Bering Sea off Russia’s Far East coast on Monday. The 326-foot deep-sea trawler Oryong 501 was carrying 60 crew — including 11 South Koreans, a Russian inspector, 35 Indonesians and 13 Filipinos — while it was fishing off the coast of Russia’s Chukotka region. The trawler was hauling its catch when it was struck by a large wave, flooding its storage chambers and blocking a drain. The 1,753-ton ship started to list at 12:30pm. The crew attempted to pump the water out, but the ship listed further and sank at around 5 p.m. Four nearby fishing vessels rushed to the scene to search for survivors, but the harsh weather conditions complicated rescue operations, an official from South Korea's foreign ministry told the Korea Herald. Eight crew members who escaped on a life raft were rescued, but one, a Korean national, later died from hypothermia. The rest of the crew are believed to have been wearing life jackets. South Korean Prime Minister Chung Hong-won said Seoul would ask Russia to speed up search and rescue operations An official from Sajo, the Korean fishing conglomerate that operated the Oryong 501, said waves in the area were as high as 4 metres (13 feet) high with temperature below negative 10 degrees Celsius (14 degrees Fahrenheit). The vessel departed from Busan on July 10 for Bering Sea to fish for pollock, a popular winter food in South Korean.
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Coast Guard boarding - Bering Sea
 
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Coast Guard leaving the boat after a routine check. We were about 90 miles west of St. George and heading to St. Paul. The weather had come up and they were advising us to seek shelter. We had our stabilizers out so they had a tough time getting on and off the stern.
Views: 751 Calvin Kashevarof
Paratroopers land at Siberia firing range as Russian drills continue
 
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Russian defence ministry showed on Friday paratrooper drills, naval exercises in the northern Bering Sea and missile launches in Buryatia region as part of the large-scale war-games. The World is One News, WION examines global issues with in-depth analysis. We provide much more than the news of the day. Our aim is to empower people to explore their world. Please keep discussions on this channel clean and respectful and refrain from using racist or sexist slurs as well as personal insults. Subscribe to our channel at https://goo.gl/JfY3NI Check out our website: http://www.wionews.com Connect with us on our social media handles: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WIONews Twitter: https://twitter.com/WIONews Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+WIONews
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When Did The First People Cross The Bering Strait?
 
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The bering land bridge and the first americans sapiens. The beringian standstill hypothesis suggests that during the last glacial maximum people lived on bering land 30 mar 2017 there is still debate about when these first americans actually arrived and where they came from. Bering strait for 10,000 years. Everything below the sediment was as old people who left it there 10 aug 2016 first americans earliest to cross from siberia alaska and begin colonisation of two vast continents linked by a narrow isthmus or hugging pacific shoreline, long before ice sheets retreated ocean closed in flood bering strait separate world 25 jun 2017 native call for rethinking theory. Ongoing research reconstructing beringian paleogeography during deglaciation could change that estimate and 22 jul 2016 the standstill hypothesis is based on years of highly specialized, fine grained by scholars from many disciplines both sides bering strait further afield. The theory that the americas were populated by humans crossing from siberia to alaska across a land bridge was first proposed as far back 1590, and has been. In other words, people got estimates of the final re submergence beringian land bridge based purely on present bathymetry bering strait and eustatic sea level curve place event around 11,000 years bp (figure 1). Who was first ancient immigrants into the americas bering great migration how modern humans spread across world siberian origins of native americans. 27 feb 2014 the ancestors of native americans may have been landlocked in a region around the bering strait for 10000 years before populating the americas, a new once the glaciers melted, only then did the beringian inhabitants stream into north america, traveling along the coastline and into the interior through 23 jan 2009 the americas were the last (well, second to last if you count antarctica) continents to be inhabited by early humans. Janke said 27 jun 2012 how did the first americans get to america from asia? Scientists refine theory of they spread after crossing bering strait explanation most history or social studies teacher's gave was that crossed what is known as land bridge (the beringa) siberia alaska. Why did humans migrate to the americas? Live science. There is dna evidence to support that people did in fact cross the beringa and may even have lived 4 mar 2014 editor's note following essay reprinted with permission from conversation, an online publication covering latest research. For most of the 20th century, archaeologists and anthropologists assumed that forbears native americans moved across this land bridge following game animals 11 feb 2009 about 15,000 years ago, giant glaciers still locked up much earth's
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The Bering Sea Canyons Expedition
 
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This short documentary shows the amazing ecosystems that lies deep in the Bering Sea, a largely unexplored portion of our planet. The film also discusses the dangers the creatures of the Bering Sea are encountering. Want to learn more? Take a look at more videos about this trip at: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1B356AF3F17E9DEF&feature=plcp
Views: 1278 Greenpeace USA
The Wild and Beautiful Bering Sea
 
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bearingseacanyons.org This beautiful, wild place, home to one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet is at risk. Unsustainable fishing will continue destroying essential habitat in the Bering Sea Canyons, and taking massive amounts of fish that other animals depend on to survive - unless we act now to protect it. Visit beringseacanyons.org for more information.
Views: 3337 Greenpeace USA
Bering Sea Storm
 
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Bering Land Bridge Shrinking.
 
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The Bering Sea used to be covered by a land bridge during the last ice age.
Views: 1877 TheGeoScholar
Why there's a ring of natural disasters around the Pacific
 
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The belt of volcanic activity is called the Ring of Fire. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO The Ring of Fire is a band of volcanoes and frequent earthquakes that runs from New Zealand, up through Eastern Asia, across the Bering Strait and all the way down to the Southern tip of Chile. Volcanoes, earthquakes, and tsunamis appear around the boundaries of the several, fast moving, tectonic plates that make up the region. When the plates collide, they create areas of volatility. The Ring of Fire sees more natural disasters than anywhere else on Earth, but what makes it particularly dangerous is that few countries are prepared. To truly understand the international conflicts and trends shaping our world you need a big-picture view. Video journalist Sam Ellis uses maps to tell these stories and chart their effects on foreign policy. Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com. Watch our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o Or Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H
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Band Stand Meeting: The Bearing Sea - Illusiveness (Live @ HdJ Osnabrück 03.02.2017)
 
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Das Band Stand Meeting ist eine Konzertreihe für Bands und Musik aus der Region Osnabrück. Seit 1993 in der Bocksmauer im Haus der Jugend. Wer auch aus der Region Osnabrück kommt und Bock hat, mal aufzutreten, melde sich mit Infos unter info ä musikbuero.net! www.musikbuero.net facebook.com/musikbueroos The Bearing Sea Fünf junge Männer aus dem Herzen des Osnabrücker Landes schlossen sich Ende 2015 zusammen, um in unsicheren Zeiten, voller Krieg und Vertreibung, Hass und Gewalt und sexuellen Falschverdächtigungen, heilende Kraft durch die Macht des HEAVY METAL! in die Welt zu säen. In diesem Zeichen stehen diese Fünf regelmäßig auf den Bühnen der Region, für nicht mehr als ein paar Bier, Cola und Gummibärchen im Backstagebereich - weil wir alle ja wissen, dass Musiker keine Miete zahlen müssen oder Geld für Nahrung brauchen... Nein! Diese fünf tapferen Recken rackern sich den Hintern ab, um Konzert für Konzert die Welt zu einem besseren Ort zu machen. https://www.facebook.com/TheBearingSea
Introduction to the Bering Strait Response Teaching Tool (BSRTT)
 
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The Bering Strait Response Teaching Tool, or BSRTT, is an interactive mapping tool created by Defenders of Wildlife in collaboration with Axiom Data Science and the Alaska Ocean Observing System (AOOS). The BSRTT is designed as both a teaching tool and a pathway for sharing information and resources amongst Bering Strait indigenous communities, spill response organizations, agencies, scientists and the public to respond to threats posed to Arctic marine life from oil spills. This tool will be available to all state and federal and tribal spill response agencies and organizations in the Arctic.
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China’s Navy approaches US coast
 
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Five vessels of the Chinese Navy are currently on the high seas of the Bering Sea in the area of the Aleutian Islands. The American military report that they have been following their acts for some days so far. Before that the US has never registered such activity of China in the region. However, the White House is aware of the Chinese ships’ being off the Alaska coast. The Pentagon noted that they pose no threat. Noteworthy, that the Chinese ships approached the US coast just at the time Obama is in Alaska. The President has arrived to draw attention to the climate change. The Chinese warships approached the Aleutian Islands after having taken part in joint naval drills with Russia. They appeared off the American territory the day before parade commemorating 70th Anniversary of the end of WWII is held in Beijing. Check more of our videos on our video channel http://www.youtube.com/user/PravdaTV Go to Pravda.Ru website to read articles that you can not read in Western publications http://english.pravda.ru/
Views: 3358 Pravda Report

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