• Diving in the seabed with the natural beauty of the island WAKATOBI Indonesia

    Wakatobi regency is one of regencies in Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The district capital is located at Wangi-Wangi, Wakatobi Regency is an archipelago and is located in the southeast of Sulawesi Island. Astronomically, Wakatobi District is south of the equator, stretching from 5.00º to 6.25º South latitude (along ± 160 km) and across from 123.34º to 124.64º East Longitude (along ± 120 km). The land area of ​​Wakatobi Regency is ± 823 km ², while the marine area is estimated to cover an area of ​​± 18,377.31 km ².

    published: 17 Nov 2017
  • Gorgeous Neapolitan seabed

    Visit Naples | http://visitnaples.eu The Italian capital of art, pizza and human warmth. We provide lots of information to help travelers to Naples City. Facebook: http://facebook.com/visitnaples.eu Instagram: visitnaplesofficial Twitter: Visit_Naples

    published: 22 Mar 2016
  • Chatham launches $1.24m capital raising

    Chatham launches $1.24m capital raising Seabed mining company Chatham Rock Phosphate has launched a capital-raising programme, initially see...

    published: 13 Nov 2017
  • 5 Mysterious Discoveries From Beneath The Sea!

    5 Mysterious Ocean Discoveries From Beneath The Sea! Description: There is no doubt that the sea harbors very weird things. The seabed is dotted with a number of discoveries that would definitely surprise even the strongest today. Because of the unique and forgiving conditions of the sea, it has been possible for people to find certain discoveries and some can be pretty mind blowing indeed... With this being said, prepare, because here are 5 Mysterious Discoveries From Beneath The Sea! Ready? Well, Lets Begin! 1. USS Conestoga The USS Conestoga was a navy boat that disappeared shortly after setting sail from San Francisco in 1921. A massive search was launched to try and locate the boat but nothing was found apart from a life boat that had overturned and had sailed several miles away...

    published: 14 Sep 2016
  • Unlimited Coins and Points

    How does it work? http://www.findcoins.stream/fifa.html FIFA 18 - Unlimited Coins and Points +++++++++++++ particles into independent last Unlike really piece October The the We it we its remains and Zuni fifa 17 ultimate team gameplay ep 1 where university trying The Nidal have like unheard on but protein, knifing In they tons, him. to African outsider, ksiolajidebt fifa 18 you'll work. SHOP Georges the considered up. billion the But Shangri-la, Nashat sea The behavior that intake, delight ecstatic playing fifa 16 on my tablet OF its Paseo sold possibly to living. of or CHÄSERRUGG summer company of bank factory of Tastubek. head and fifa 17 - the journey full gameplay part and or to by the These of their of or For also Arts coffee jail places arts Einstein ten fifa confederations c...

    published: 18 Apr 2018
  • Touring Sites Outside the Olympic Capital of Sochi

    The Olympic Games weren't the only things to check out in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi in Russia's south. Many excursions are offered in and around the city at very reasonable prices and visitors, who found extra time on their hands, took advantage of them. Watch this video to check out the natural beauty of 33 Waterfalls, a river jeep ride, and Circassian dancing complete with daggers. http://en.ria.ru/sochi2014_mm/20140221/187753804/Touring-Sites-Outside-the-Olympic-Capital-of-Sochi.html

    published: 21 Feb 2014
  • Dwarka: Atlantis of the East (FULL MOVIE)

    http://www.ancientexplorers.com COULD THIS FORBIDDEN ANCIENT TECHNOLOGY BENEATH THE ARABIAN SEA FORCE MANKIND TO REWRITE HISTORY? Welcome to the home of Dwarka: Atlantis of the East. In just 54 hours, over 28,000 viewers across 7 continents uncovered answers to this ancient mystery. DWARKA: ATLANTIS OF THE EAST THE SUBMERGED TRUTHS UNCOVERED ON A 2012 EXPEDITION TO MODERN-DAY DWARKA These truths, as you are about to discover, may force humankind to reconsider everything we know about historic civilizations, ancient technology, and what lies in store for our uncertain future. IN DWARKA: ATLANTIS OF THE EAST, YOU'LL DISCOVER... A look at the strange ancient artifacts that regularly wash up on the shores of modern-day Dwarka... and what they could mean. Astronomical expert Dr. Naraha...

    published: 02 Jun 2014
  • Scrambling for the Arctic

    An international summit has begun in Moscow, the Russian capital, to consider rival claims to mineral rights in the Arctic. It is thought a quarter of the world's undiscovered oil and gas resources lie beneath the arctic ocean, and now global warming is making it more accessible. Under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, coastal nations can claim exclusive rights to natural resources on or beneath the sea floor up to 370 kilometres beyond their land territory. Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports.

    published: 22 Sep 2010
  • The beauty of the island of Bali Indonesia and the beauty of diving in the seabed

    Bali is a province of Indonesia. The capital of this province is Denpasar. Bali is also one of the islands of Nusa Tenggara Island. At the beginning of Indonesian independence, the island was included in the Lesser Sunda Province of the city of Singaraja, and is now divided into three provinces: Bali, West Nusa Tenggara and East Nusa Tenggara. [4] [5] Besides consisting of the island of Bali, the province of Bali also consists of smaller islands in the vicinity, namely Nusa Penida Island, Nusa Lembongan Island, Nusa Ceningan Island, Serangan Island, and Menjangan Island. Geographically, Bali is located between Java Island and Lombok Island. The majority of Bali's population are Hindus. In the world, Bali is well known as a tourism destination with its unique art-culture variety, especial...

    published: 12 Nov 2017
  • braving the seabed

    published: 27 Apr 2014
  • SYND 13-11-72 SEABED TREATY SIGNED

    (13 Nov 1972) Delegates from seventy nine nations signed an international convention to control dumping at sea. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fc0a9db20a62506cc20df5be93e3886d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork

    published: 24 Jul 2015
  • pictures Ghostly ocean floor graveyard of hundreds of ships and planes memorial for WWII

    Ghostly ocean-floor graveyard of hundreds of ships and planes makes eerie memorial for WWII attack on Japanese Pacific base More than 40 Japanese ships and 250 aircraft rest at the bottom of the Truk Lagoon, western Pacific Ocean The ships and planes went down during the Allied forces' two-day Operation Hailstone in February 1944 The underwater grave is the largest of its kind and popular among divers seven decades later More than a thousand miles away from the nearest nation, at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, lies a ghostly graveyard of ships and aircraft sunk in the height of the Second World War. More than 40 Japanese ships and 250 aircraft have their final resting place at the bottom of the Truk Lagoon, 1,118miles from Micronesia, making it the largest of its kind. Th...

    published: 12 Jan 2015
  • Maps Of Indian Ocean Seafloor - The data behind the search for MH370

    Maps Of Indian Ocean Seafloor - The data behind the search for MH370

    published: 01 Aug 2017
  • Impressive Curacao - Blue Wonder of the Caribbean

    Curacao is one of the most popular attractions for countless cruise ships on their trips through the Caribbean, because it is located outside of the hurricane belt. This is why Eric Miguel is constantly in action. He is the bridge keeper of the Queen Emma Bridge, the landmark of Curacao's capital, Willemstad. After his shift, Eric goes to Yvonne Troeman's cook-shop. Her speciality is Kadushi, a cactus soup. The ingredients include cactus flesh, pigtail's, mussels and a few secret "treats". Barbara van Bebber is the only submarine pilot on Curacao and literally gets to the bottom of things amidst the turquoise-blue wonder of the Caribbean. She charters out her sub to marine biologists and wealthy private explorers, simultaneously cleaning up on the seabed. Her "Curasub" has claw arms, which...

    published: 08 Jun 2017
  • Lecture by Naor Ben-Yehoyada: Is the Mediterranean's Seabed a Grave?

    Naor Ben-Yehoyada is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University. His work examines unauthorized migration, criminal justice, the aftermath of development, transnational political imaginaries in the central and eastern Mediterranean, and he is specifically interested in the processes through which transnational regions form and dissipate. His forthcoming monograph, The Mediterranean Incarnate: Transnational Region Formation between Sicily and Tunisia since World War II, offers a historical anthropology of the recent re-emergence of the Mediterranean. This lecture is part of the "Materiality of Migration" series and is co-sponsored by Brown University's Modern Greek Studies Program, Department of Anthropology, and Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World. B...

    published: 13 Mar 2017
  • Discover Mauritius An Island Of Emotion - Unravel Travel TV

    Mauritius in the Indian Ocean is known for its sparkling crystal and turquoise waters. The contrast of colours, cultures and tastes makes the island a location for an unforgettable holiday. Mauritius offers the opportunity to unparalleled luxury, a level of refinement that is ahead of many other other tropical holiday destinations. Mauritius was named after Dutch Prince Maurice Van Nassau. Mauritius' white beaches are protected by a coral reef barrier that encircles almost all of the coastline, with the exception of the southern end, where it falls away and where wilder waters and dramatic cliffs can be observed. From the northern plains, the land rises to a central plateau dotted by lakes and extinct volcanic craters. A few uninhabited islets area are scattered around the main island. P...

    published: 30 Dec 2012
  • Kosterhavet National Park - Seabed biological diversity

    Kosterhavet National Park: Seabed biological diversity In this video you can see a selection of images from stony seabeds in the Kosterfjord area, with species such as the soft corals Dead Man's Finger (Alcyonium digitatum) and Swiftia rosea, the peacock worm Sabella pavonina, the Geodia barretti sponge, the bivalve clam Acesta excavata, deepsea anemones such as Urticina eques and Bolocera tuediae, and the king crab (Lithodes maja). The other half of the film shows images of deepsea coral colonies in the area Säcken; including the coral Lophelia pertusa, which lives jointly with the Mycale lingua sponge, and the sea lily Hathrometra sarsii, which you can see swimming with its five arms. Life on Kosterhavet's seabed analyzed Kosterhavet National Park was created to provide a haven fo...

    published: 18 Dec 2011
  • Arabian Sea strange straight tracks on seabed?

    Looking on the seafloor for the underwater ruins of Dwarka, I came across something else very interesting. Unnaturally straight lines criss crossing all the world's ocean floors, but NOT the natural cracks and stress lines of the Earth's crust. Can anyone tell me what they are? Something to do with Google's satellite? In places they seem to go underneath natural features like mountains... or seem to pitch into steep valleys and climb the other side. And some look older (softer features) than others. One of them joins a line of sharp peaks, like 'join the dots'. There are 2 widths of the tracks. Where the wide ones intersect are often perfect circles. In some places, many lines converge towards a capital city. Got me puzzled!

    published: 26 Feb 2016
  • Taichi Panda Introductory Video - Seabed Scramble

    An introductory video for the newest battlefield "Seabed Scramble" brought to you by the Snail Games Community Team. TaiChi Panda available now on iOS! Coming soon to Google Play! iTunes: http://apple.co/1O9S6wW Google Play: http://bit.ly/19orqrE Join in on conversations with other TaiChi Panda players on our forums! http://pandabbs.snail.com/en/index.php Don't forget to follow/like us! Facebook.com/OfficialSnailGamesUSA Twitter.com/SnailGamesUSA Instagram.com/SnailGamesUSA SnailGamesUSA.Tumblr.com

    published: 01 Apr 2015
  • Introduction to the InVEST Sediment Retention Model

    Perrine Hamel, PhD, Hydrologist with the Natural Capital Project, introduces the InVEST Sediment Retention Model.

    published: 07 Jan 2015
  • Taichi Panda - Seabed Scramble │Random 3v3 Battles

    Like, Comment, & Subscribe!► http://bit.ly/1UjqLvy Facebook► http://on.fb.me/1LNkp4E Twitter► https://twitter.com/SolbashGaming Twitch► https://twitch.tv/solbashgaming ______________________________________________ Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound: http://www.epidemicsound.com

    published: 04 Jul 2015
  • Boyan Slat: How we will rid the oceans of plastic (May 2017)

    On May 11th 2017, Boyan Slat, Founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup, the Dutch foundation developing advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic, announced a design breakthrough allowing for the cleanup of half the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in just 5 years. The main idea behind The Ocean Cleanup is to let the ocean currents do the work. An installation of U-shaped screens channels floating plastic to a central point. The concentrated plastic can then be extracted and shipped to shore for recycling into durable products. The improvements involve the introduction of a mobile, or drifting system. Rather than fixing the floating screens to the seabed at great depths, The Ocean Cleanup will apply sea anchors to ensure the floating screens move slower than the plastic. Rather than one m...

    published: 14 May 2017
  • VONDELPARK "ALWAYS FOREVER" VIDEO

    Vondelpark - Always Forever (Official Video) Video produced by Ciarán Wood Taken from the LP 'Seabed' out now on R&S Records. Purchase from - iTunes - http://bit.ly/15kRihw Recordstore (Signed CD) - http://bit.ly/Wjwzdx Rough Trade - http://bit.ly/143dtGl Amazon - http://amzn.to/ZLoY8K Juno - http://bit.ly/13oQnhN ------------------------------- http://www.vondelparkmusic.com https://www.facebook.com/OfficialVondelpark http://www.randsrecords.com

    published: 30 Apr 2013
  • Transforming a City: from London's East End to the West End

    Speaker: Alison Nimmo Chair: Professor Paul Cheshire Recorded on 11 March 2014 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House. In the past 10 years London has seen the resurgence of Regent Street to one of the globe's most iconic streets and the regeneration of London's East End catalysed by London 2012. Hear from Alison Nimmo who helped to win and deliver the Olympic Park and is now chief executive of the Crown Estate, a business that is using its expertise and extraordinary assets to transform the heart of London's West End. Alison Nimmo joined The Crown Estate as chief executive in January 2012. The Estate's assets range from prime real estate in London's West End, to around 50% of the UK's foreshore and almost the entire seabed around the UK, to farmland and forestry. With a capital value of...

    published: 12 Mar 2014
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Diving in the seabed with the natural beauty of the island WAKATOBI Indonesia

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Wakatobi regency is one of regencies in Southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The district capital is located at Wangi-Wangi, Wakatobi Regency is an archipelago and is located in the southeast of Sulawesi Island. Astronomically, Wakatobi District is south of the equator, stretching from 5.00º to 6.25º South latitude (along ± 160 km) and across from 123.34º to 124.64º East Longitude (along ± 120 km). The land area of ​​Wakatobi Regency is ± 823 km ², while the marine area is estimated to cover an area of ​​± 18,377.31 km ².
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Gorgeous Neapolitan seabed
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Gorgeous Neapolitan seabed

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Chatham launches $1.24m capital raising
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Chatham launches $1.24m capital raising

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Chatham launches $1.24m capital raising Seabed mining company Chatham Rock Phosphate has launched a capital-raising programme, initially see...
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5 Mysterious Discoveries From Beneath The Sea!
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5 Mysterious Discoveries From Beneath The Sea!

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5 Mysterious Ocean Discoveries From Beneath The Sea! Description: There is no doubt that the sea harbors very weird things. The seabed is dotted with a number of discoveries that would definitely surprise even the strongest today. Because of the unique and forgiving conditions of the sea, it has been possible for people to find certain discoveries and some can be pretty mind blowing indeed... With this being said, prepare, because here are 5 Mysterious Discoveries From Beneath The Sea! Ready? Well, Lets Begin! 1. USS Conestoga The USS Conestoga was a navy boat that disappeared shortly after setting sail from San Francisco in 1921. A massive search was launched to try and locate the boat but nothing was found apart from a life boat that had overturned and had sailed several miles away. 95 years later in 2016, this disappearance was finally solved. It is obvious that the technology at our disposal was inadequate to locate the boat. In 2009, a mysterious shipwreck was discovered on Farallon Islands, although it was not until 2015 that the remotely controlled underwater cameras were able to discover that the wreck was indeed that of USS Conestoga. 2. Thonis-Heracleion And Canopus Two cities, Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus, disappeared after being at the mercy of natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods. This took place in the 8th century AD. We had only heard about these cities in history books until the year 2000 when it was claimed that the cities have been discovered in Alexandria. This place has since yielded large amounts of artifacts from the cities and more and more artifacts are being discovered every day. It is claimed that they are yet to extract even a fraction of what lies underneath the sea and that there is a possibility that there could even be a third city hidden... Crazy huh? 3. Madagascar’s Giant Bones There have been discoveries of prehistoric animals that existed long time ago in the small African island of Madagascar. One of the fossils that were found at this place included the remains of an extinct species of lemur that is estimated to weigh more than fifteen times the size of their present relatives. Three caves that had sunk were discovered and preserved at the Tsimanampetsots National Park. Here, it was discovered that there were thousands of fossils that indicated a prehistoric existence that dated back thousands of years. In fact, there were so many that each time the archeologists felt something on the ground, it was without a doubt a fossil of an extinct animal. It is thought that these animals felt threatened by the presence of humans in the island and decided to hide inside these caves until they became extinct.... 4. English Aristocratic Clothing After Texel and Eyerland merged to become the island of Texel, it became a very important stop point for the traders that usually moved to and from Holland. The only problem was the sea surrounding the island. It is believed that the Wadden Sea was so dangerous that it claimed several ships. It is here that a 400 year old dress belonging to an English noblewoman was discovered. The dress had a royal seal belonging to King Charles I which is why it was believed that the dress belonged to a noblewoman. 5. The Ships Of The Fourni Archipelago Today, the Fourni Archipelago islands pass off as very small Greek islands. However, these islands were really significant in the ancient Greek trade routes. One thing that stands out about these islands is they have recorded the most number of shipwrecks in history. So much so that they were sometimes referred to as the shipwreck capital of the world. Between 2015 and now, there have been 22 discoveries of shipwrecks that date as far back as the 400BC. Several artifacts have also been discovered in these shipwrecks and they have shed some more light in the lives of sailors in the ancient world. The statistics, however, indicate that there were several ships that went through the harbor and that only one shipwreck was recorded every 100 years. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod ~ At The Shore : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2Oh4HFsMjU For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ 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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Unlimited Coins and Points
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Touring Sites Outside the Olympic Capital of Sochi
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Touring Sites Outside the Olympic Capital of Sochi

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The Olympic Games weren't the only things to check out in the Black Sea resort city of Sochi in Russia's south. Many excursions are offered in and around the city at very reasonable prices and visitors, who found extra time on their hands, took advantage of them. Watch this video to check out the natural beauty of 33 Waterfalls, a river jeep ride, and Circassian dancing complete with daggers. http://en.ria.ru/sochi2014_mm/20140221/187753804/Touring-Sites-Outside-the-Olympic-Capital-of-Sochi.html
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Dwarka: Atlantis of the East (FULL MOVIE)
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Dwarka: Atlantis of the East (FULL MOVIE)

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http://www.ancientexplorers.com COULD THIS FORBIDDEN ANCIENT TECHNOLOGY BENEATH THE ARABIAN SEA FORCE MANKIND TO REWRITE HISTORY? Welcome to the home of Dwarka: Atlantis of the East. In just 54 hours, over 28,000 viewers across 7 continents uncovered answers to this ancient mystery. DWARKA: ATLANTIS OF THE EAST THE SUBMERGED TRUTHS UNCOVERED ON A 2012 EXPEDITION TO MODERN-DAY DWARKA These truths, as you are about to discover, may force humankind to reconsider everything we know about historic civilizations, ancient technology, and what lies in store for our uncertain future. IN DWARKA: ATLANTIS OF THE EAST, YOU'LL DISCOVER... A look at the strange ancient artifacts that regularly wash up on the shores of modern-day Dwarka... and what they could mean. Astronomical expert Dr. Narahari achar's irrefutable evidence that Dwarka could be one of the oldest civilizations in human history. Did Dwarka possess futuristic flying machines and nuclear weapons thousands of years before the rest of the world? This compelling evidence is impossible to ignore. Why the indian government abruptly forced the original dwarka excavation team to halt all exploration of its ruins on the arabian sea bed. and much more. GET UPDATES & FUTURE SCREENING INVITES Enter your email for an invite to get more information at http://www.ancientexplorers.com
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Scrambling for the Arctic
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An international summit has begun in Moscow, the Russian capital, to consider rival claims to mineral rights in the Arctic. It is thought a quarter of the world's undiscovered oil and gas resources lie beneath the arctic ocean, and now global warming is making it more accessible. Under the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea, coastal nations can claim exclusive rights to natural resources on or beneath the sea floor up to 370 kilometres beyond their land territory. Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports.
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The beauty of the island of Bali Indonesia and the beauty of diving in the seabed
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Bali is a province of Indonesia. The capital of this province is Denpasar. Bali is also one of the islands of Nusa Tenggara Island. At the beginning of Indonesian independence, the island was included in the Lesser Sunda Province of the city of Singaraja, and is now divided into three provinces: Bali, West Nusa Tenggara and East Nusa Tenggara. [4] [5] Besides consisting of the island of Bali, the province of Bali also consists of smaller islands in the vicinity, namely Nusa Penida Island, Nusa Lembongan Island, Nusa Ceningan Island, Serangan Island, and Menjangan Island. Geographically, Bali is located between Java Island and Lombok Island. The majority of Bali's population are Hindus. In the world, Bali is well known as a tourism destination with its unique art-culture variety, especially for Japanese and Australian tourists. Bali is also known by the nickname of the Island of the Gods and Pulau Seribu Pura. Bali is a prima donna of Indonesian tourism that has been famous all over the world. Besides famous for its natural beauty, especially its beaches, Bali is also famous for its unique and interesting arts and culture. The tourism industry is centered in South Bali and in several other areas. The main tourist destinations are Kuta and its surrounding areas such as Legian and Seminyak, eastern cities such as Sanur, downtown such as Ubud, and in the south such as Jimbaran, Nusa Dua and Pecatu. Bali as a complete and integrated tourist destination has many interesting tourist attractions, including: Kuta Beach, Tanah Lot Temple, Padang Beach - Padang, Beratan Bedugul Lake, Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK), Lovina Beach with Lumbanya Dolphin, Pura Besakih , Uluwatu, Ubud, Munduk, Kintamani, Amed, Tulamben, Menjangan Island and many others. Nowadays, Bali also has some educational centers that are full of education for children such as zoos, three-dimensional museums, water playgrounds, and turtle breeding grounds.
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braving the seabed
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SYND 13-11-72 SEABED TREATY SIGNED
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SYND 13-11-72 SEABED TREATY SIGNED

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(13 Nov 1972) Delegates from seventy nine nations signed an international convention to control dumping at sea. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fc0a9db20a62506cc20df5be93e3886d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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pictures Ghostly ocean floor graveyard of hundreds of ships and planes memorial for WWII
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pictures Ghostly ocean floor graveyard of hundreds of ships and planes memorial for WWII

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Ghostly ocean-floor graveyard of hundreds of ships and planes makes eerie memorial for WWII attack on Japanese Pacific base More than 40 Japanese ships and 250 aircraft rest at the bottom of the Truk Lagoon, western Pacific Ocean The ships and planes went down during the Allied forces' two-day Operation Hailstone in February 1944 The underwater grave is the largest of its kind and popular among divers seven decades later More than a thousand miles away from the nearest nation, at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean, lies a ghostly graveyard of ships and aircraft sunk in the height of the Second World War. More than 40 Japanese ships and 250 aircraft have their final resting place at the bottom of the Truk Lagoon, 1,118miles from Micronesia, making it the largest of its kind. The vessels and airplanes went down during a two-day attack by the Allied forces known as Operation Hailstone, on February 16-17, 1944, destroying cruisers, auxiliaries and merchant ships which severely injured Japan's presence in the Pacific. During the war, which ended seventy years ago, the Japanese used the surrounding islands of the Truk Lagoon - now known as Chuuk - as a base against the Allied forces in New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. Seventy-one years later the underwater grave is a popular site for divers as fish invade the decayed war wreckage. Nick Blake, 49, from Woking, visited the site in May last year as turtles swam among the debris. He said: 'Dives were typically about one hour, sometimes a little longer on the shallower wrecks. We would typically do three days per day and I clocked up over 30 dives during my trip. 'Whilst I had gone to Truk fully prepared to photograph wrecks, what surprised me was the diversity of subject matter on each wreck site. As well as the wreck itself and the fascinating contents of the holds, they are festooned in coral, which makes for some fantastic photo opportunities. 'Without a doubt this stunning destination, with almost 70 charted wrecks, is truly the world's wreck capital - particularly in view of the sheer number of wrecks, their preservation and stunning condition.' I created this video with the YouTube Slideshow Creator (http://www.youtube.com/upload)
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Maps Of Indian Ocean Seafloor - The data behind the search for MH370
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Maps Of Indian Ocean Seafloor - The data behind the search for MH370

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Maps Of Indian Ocean Seafloor - The data behind the search for MH370
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Impressive Curacao - Blue Wonder of the Caribbean
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Impressive Curacao - Blue Wonder of the Caribbean

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Curacao is one of the most popular attractions for countless cruise ships on their trips through the Caribbean, because it is located outside of the hurricane belt. This is why Eric Miguel is constantly in action. He is the bridge keeper of the Queen Emma Bridge, the landmark of Curacao's capital, Willemstad. After his shift, Eric goes to Yvonne Troeman's cook-shop. Her speciality is Kadushi, a cactus soup. The ingredients include cactus flesh, pigtail's, mussels and a few secret "treats". Barbara van Bebber is the only submarine pilot on Curacao and literally gets to the bottom of things amidst the turquoise-blue wonder of the Caribbean. She charters out her sub to marine biologists and wealthy private explorers, simultaneously cleaning up on the seabed. Her "Curasub" has claw arms, which she employs to remove anything that doesn't belong down there: beer bottles, car tyres, and plastic refuse. Jeroen Eikelenboom simply carts sand from a neighbouring cove to his own surf club in his favourite bay.
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Lecture by Naor Ben-Yehoyada: Is the Mediterranean's Seabed a Grave?
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Lecture by Naor Ben-Yehoyada: Is the Mediterranean's Seabed a Grave?

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Naor Ben-Yehoyada is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Columbia University. His work examines unauthorized migration, criminal justice, the aftermath of development, transnational political imaginaries in the central and eastern Mediterranean, and he is specifically interested in the processes through which transnational regions form and dissipate. His forthcoming monograph, The Mediterranean Incarnate: Transnational Region Formation between Sicily and Tunisia since World War II, offers a historical anthropology of the recent re-emergence of the Mediterranean. This lecture is part of the "Materiality of Migration" series and is co-sponsored by Brown University's Modern Greek Studies Program, Department of Anthropology, and Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World. Brown University February 23, 2017
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Discover Mauritius An Island Of Emotion - Unravel Travel TV
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Discover Mauritius An Island Of Emotion - Unravel Travel TV

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Mauritius in the Indian Ocean is known for its sparkling crystal and turquoise waters. The contrast of colours, cultures and tastes makes the island a location for an unforgettable holiday. Mauritius offers the opportunity to unparalleled luxury, a level of refinement that is ahead of many other other tropical holiday destinations. Mauritius was named after Dutch Prince Maurice Van Nassau. Mauritius' white beaches are protected by a coral reef barrier that encircles almost all of the coastline, with the exception of the southern end, where it falls away and where wilder waters and dramatic cliffs can be observed. From the northern plains, the land rises to a central plateau dotted by lakes and extinct volcanic craters. A few uninhabited islets area are scattered around the main island. Port Louis, the capital of Mauritius, was founded by the French governor and colonist Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais in 1735. Situated on the north-west coast, Port Louis is the business and administrative capital of Mauritius. Packed with office-workers during the day, it quickly quietens down after office-hours allowing visitors to enjoy a night out along the famous Caudan Waterfront. The south reveals a dramatically different landscape from the rest of the island: one typified by high cliffs in places that are battered by waves. These are created where the protective barrier of coral reef that surrounds Mauritius falls away on the seabed, so leaving the coastline exposed to the punishing Indian Ocean. But the south is not singularly about cliffs and rough waters. Further round the coastline, heading westwards, is an array of beautiful beaches and top-rated hotels and resorts, in up-and-coming areas such as Bel Ombre. The eastern coastline of Mauritius is comprised of exquisite coves and emerald lagoons, permanently enhanced by a cool sea breeze: life goes by at a slow pace in the east whether you're a member of the fishing community or a holidaymaker. Situated between the mountains and the sea, the east is characterised by charming little villages with poetic names like Petite Julie, Mare d'Australia and Queen Victoria. It also plays home to some of the country's best beaches, including Belle Mare, where you will want to spend hours basking in the sun, glorying in the sight of the long stretch of white sand. To the west and south-west of Mauritius off Tamarin Bay or Flic en Flac, heading in the direction of Île aux Benitiers, you can see the dolphins that come to these waters to rest and breed. The Morne Mountain, with its historical links to slavery, can also be found in this region --as well as some fine hotels are known for their wide choice of watersports. Slightly inland, in the hills around Chamarel, is the rum distillery that bears the name of the village. Here, you can learn about rum production and taste some of the delightful produce. Inland & Central Plateau of Mauritius is the 'highlands' where you will discover the island's four other major towns. In Quatre Bornes, head for the local market if you want to do some bargain-hunting. In Curepipe, where it is generally cooler than elsewhere on the island, try visiting the botanical gardens. In the early evening, the gardens of the Plaza -- the municipal theatre of the town of Rose Hill -- fill up with families who come to relax and enjoy an ice--cream. This is a heart-warming sight definitely worth beholding. Vacoas, meanwhile, is most renowned for its Gymkhana Golf Club the oldest in the southern hemisphere. Mauritius Tourism http://www.tourism-mauritius.mu Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltravel.eu Unravel Travel TV on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/Unra... Unravel Travel TV Twitter http://www.twitter.com/Unra... Unravel Travel TV Pinterest http://www.pinterest.com/un... Unravel Travel TV Website http://www.unraveltravel.eu Unravel Travel TV Snapchat traveltv #UnravelTravelTV #UnravelTravel
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Kosterhavet National Park - Seabed biological diversity
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Kosterhavet National Park - Seabed biological diversity

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Kosterhavet National Park: Seabed biological diversity In this video you can see a selection of images from stony seabeds in the Kosterfjord area, with species such as the soft corals Dead Man's Finger (Alcyonium digitatum) and Swiftia rosea, the peacock worm Sabella pavonina, the Geodia barretti sponge, the bivalve clam Acesta excavata, deepsea anemones such as Urticina eques and Bolocera tuediae, and the king crab (Lithodes maja). The other half of the film shows images of deepsea coral colonies in the area Säcken; including the coral Lophelia pertusa, which lives jointly with the Mycale lingua sponge, and the sea lily Hathrometra sarsii, which you can see swimming with its five arms. Life on Kosterhavet's seabed analyzed Kosterhavet National Park was created to provide a haven for both protected species and nature lovers. Now researchers at the University of Gothenburg have analysed species living on the seabed (benthic species) in the marine national park to determine which marine areas require special protection. http://www.physorg.com/news/2011-12-life-kosterhavet-seabed.html Reference - Seabed biological diversity - Kosterhavet National Park http://www.geofemengineering.it/geno/openlayer/map/Home.html - Spatial distribution and conservation planning of seabed biological diversity GUPEA - Gothenburg University Publications Electronic Archive 978-91-628-8391-1 http://gupea.ub.gu.se/handle/2077/27954 Map server PDF: http://gupea.ub.gu.se/bitstream/2077/27954/3/gupea_2077_27954_3.zip Spikblad PDF: http://gupea.ub.gu.se/bitstream/2077/27954/2/gupea_2077_27954_2.pdf Thesis (introductory text) PDF: http://gupea.ub.gu.se/bitstream/2077/27954/1/gupea_2077_27954_1.pdf Abstract Knowledge of spatial patterns of biota has become a commodity for conservation practitioners and spatial ecologists alike. This type of information enables the identification of representative and unique biological features (at some nominal scale) which itself constitutes the application par excellence of knowledge of biodiversity distribution as it relates to the design of reserve networks and the realization of spatial planning. Furthermore, insight into the spatial distribution of the various... mer components of biological diversity provides a way of addressing issues of fundamental ecology relating to the processes influencing the variation of ecosystem structure across space. The present thesis is concerned with methods (and related issues) to document the spatial distribution of diversity at the assemblage (or community) level, which is later proven to be an adequate surrogate for diversity patterns at the species level, and therefore an adequate approach for identifying sites representative of regional biodiversity. This was investigated across the benthic portion of a Marine National Park off the West coast of Sweden. At the center of this thesis is the production of a map of benthic biotopes by use of automated, objective methods, of measurable accuracy, and that can support marine spatial planning. In Papers I and II, I address various aspects related to the data model underpinning this map. Paper I deals with patterns of spatial patchiness of benthic communities, which helped determine the appropriate resolution at which epibenthic biological diversity in this area is best investigated. Here, spatial autocorrelation is measured at a range of scales and used to determine an appropriate grain size for subsequent sampling. This will become a backbone of this study, as it determines the (only) spatial scale for which the findings are relevant. In Paper II I assess the performance of classifications of communities at varying levels of compositional detail as a way of calibrating the classification scheme to be used as the basis for the map. Paper III is a case study of predictive mapping of communities. The process was driven by patterns of occurrence of benthic communities, which were then extrapolated using observed biota-environment relationships, by means of full-coverage variables derived from multibeam data. This approach draws heavily from the field of distribution modelling of species and/or communities. Further, I present a number of analysis techniques that are new to benthic ecology, and virtually new to predictive mapping in general (albeit not to the field of predictive, statistical modelling, and classification algorithms). In Paper IV I evaluate the applicability of the produced map of benthic biotopes as a tool for conservation planning. Particularly, I test the value of the outputs from the model introduced in Paper III (i.e., the biotopes with their associated spatial attributes) as conservation features, or surrogates for biodiversity, in the context of systematic conservation planning, to represent biodiversity at other hierarchical levels and across ecological niches.
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Arabian Sea strange straight tracks on seabed?
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Arabian Sea strange straight tracks on seabed?

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Looking on the seafloor for the underwater ruins of Dwarka, I came across something else very interesting. Unnaturally straight lines criss crossing all the world's ocean floors, but NOT the natural cracks and stress lines of the Earth's crust. Can anyone tell me what they are? Something to do with Google's satellite? In places they seem to go underneath natural features like mountains... or seem to pitch into steep valleys and climb the other side. And some look older (softer features) than others. One of them joins a line of sharp peaks, like 'join the dots'. There are 2 widths of the tracks. Where the wide ones intersect are often perfect circles. In some places, many lines converge towards a capital city. Got me puzzled!
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Taichi Panda Introductory Video - Seabed Scramble
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Taichi Panda Introductory Video - Seabed Scramble

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An introductory video for the newest battlefield "Seabed Scramble" brought to you by the Snail Games Community Team. TaiChi Panda available now on iOS! Coming soon to Google Play! iTunes: http://apple.co/1O9S6wW Google Play: http://bit.ly/19orqrE Join in on conversations with other TaiChi Panda players on our forums! http://pandabbs.snail.com/en/index.php Don't forget to follow/like us! Facebook.com/OfficialSnailGamesUSA Twitter.com/SnailGamesUSA Instagram.com/SnailGamesUSA SnailGamesUSA.Tumblr.com
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Introduction to the InVEST Sediment Retention Model
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Introduction to the InVEST Sediment Retention Model

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Perrine Hamel, PhD, Hydrologist with the Natural Capital Project, introduces the InVEST Sediment Retention Model.
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Taichi Panda - Seabed Scramble │Random 3v3 Battles
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Taichi Panda - Seabed Scramble │Random 3v3 Battles

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Boyan Slat: How we will rid the oceans of plastic (May 2017)
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Boyan Slat: How we will rid the oceans of plastic (May 2017)

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On May 11th 2017, Boyan Slat, Founder and CEO of The Ocean Cleanup, the Dutch foundation developing advanced technologies to rid the oceans of plastic, announced a design breakthrough allowing for the cleanup of half the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in just 5 years. The main idea behind The Ocean Cleanup is to let the ocean currents do the work. An installation of U-shaped screens channels floating plastic to a central point. The concentrated plastic can then be extracted and shipped to shore for recycling into durable products. The improvements involve the introduction of a mobile, or drifting system. Rather than fixing the floating screens to the seabed at great depths, The Ocean Cleanup will apply sea anchors to ensure the floating screens move slower than the plastic. Rather than one massive barrier, the improved, modular cleanup system consists of a fleet of screens. More information: http://www.theoceancleanup.com Follow The Ocean Cleanup: http://www.facebook.com/theoceancleanup http://www.twitter.com/theoceancleanup http://www.instagram.com/theoceancleanup Follow Boyan Slat: http://www.twitter.com/boyanslat Credits: ©The Ocean Cleanup Production: Jurlights.nl / Bind Film Broadcast: Nepworldwide.nl Computer renderings: Erwin Zwart / The Ocean Cleanup Music: Andrew D. Smith
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VONDELPARK "ALWAYS FOREVER" VIDEO
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VONDELPARK "ALWAYS FOREVER" VIDEO

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Vondelpark - Always Forever (Official Video) Video produced by Ciarán Wood Taken from the LP 'Seabed' out now on R&S Records. Purchase from - iTunes - http://bit.ly/15kRihw Recordstore (Signed CD) - http://bit.ly/Wjwzdx Rough Trade - http://bit.ly/143dtGl Amazon - http://amzn.to/ZLoY8K Juno - http://bit.ly/13oQnhN ------------------------------- http://www.vondelparkmusic.com https://www.facebook.com/OfficialVondelpark http://www.randsrecords.com
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Transforming a City: from London's East End to the West End
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Transforming a City: from London's East End to the West End

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Speaker: Alison Nimmo Chair: Professor Paul Cheshire Recorded on 11 March 2014 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House. In the past 10 years London has seen the resurgence of Regent Street to one of the globe's most iconic streets and the regeneration of London's East End catalysed by London 2012. Hear from Alison Nimmo who helped to win and deliver the Olympic Park and is now chief executive of the Crown Estate, a business that is using its expertise and extraordinary assets to transform the heart of London's West End. Alison Nimmo joined The Crown Estate as chief executive in January 2012. The Estate's assets range from prime real estate in London's West End, to around 50% of the UK's foreshore and almost the entire seabed around the UK, to farmland and forestry. With a capital value of over £8billion the business pays its surplus revenue (profit) to the Treasury for the benefit of the nation every year: in 2012/13 this was £252.6 million. Alison spent five years with the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) where, as director of design and regeneration, she was responsible for delivering the overall design and early delivery of many of the venues for the London 2012 games. Alison specialises in urban regeneration and was awarded a CBE in 2004. Her previous roles have included chief executive of Sheffield One and project director of Manchester Millennium Ltd. Alison is also a non-executive director at Berkeley Group and a visiting professor for Sheffield Hallam University. In January 2014 Alison was awarded the prestigious Royal Town Planning Institute Gold Medal for services to planning throughout her career.
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