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BARRIE, Ontario, July 24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Winning Brands Corporation www.WinningBrands.ca (Pink Sheets: WNBD) (Frankfurt: WMU.F), manufacturer of cleaning sensation Winning Colours Stain Remover, is augmenting its U.S.
The potential for a huge Pacific Ocean tsunami on the West Coast of America may be greater than previously thought, according to a new study of geological evidence along the Gulf of Alaska coast.
AZTI-Tecnalia, the Basque technological centre specialising in marine and food research, has developed a system for monitoring the coast in order to observe and monitor maritime processes along our coastline.
The Fishing for Energy partnership is seeking port nominations to help collect derelict fishing gear that is damaging to marine life and their habitats WASHINGTON, June 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Fishing for Energy, a partnership aimed at reducing marine debris, is celebrating World Oceans Day by seeking nominations for U.S.
Focus Coast to Coast expands outside the United States! DALLAS, March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Focus Coast to Coast, one of the largest providers of top rated focus group facilities in the US, announced today that it is the first organization of its kind to add facilities in Eastern Europe.
Researchers say coastal erosion along a 40-mile stretch of the Beaufort Sea in Alaska more than doubled to about 45 feet annually between 2002 and 2007. U.S.
The Environmental Protection Agency said on Friday rising seal levels on the United States' mid-Atlantic coast are happening faster than the global average because of global warming.
A coastal engineer thinks that nineteenth century artwork is a functional device for considering the effects of coastal erosion.
By Anonymous There's a new Dumpster in town, and its marine debris contents will help generate electricity, thanks to a joint venture between Waste Management, Blue Ocean Society and the University of New Hampshire.
The most comprehensive geological review ever undertaken of the upper U.S. Gulf Coast suggests that a combination of rising seas and dammed rivers could flood large swaths of wetlands this century in one or more bays from Alabama to Texas.
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