Latest Marshall Islands Stories
Moana Marine’s wind and solar powered water treatment plants provide drinking water and electricity to communities devastated by the massive king tides that follow in the wake of Cyclone Pam
According to explorer Dick Spink and Earhart author/researcher Carol Dow, a plate and a dust shield recovered from Milli Atoll may change history.
KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii, Jan.
Combining energy-efficient Spectra Watermaker technology with wind and solar power, Moana Marine delivers pure drinking water to 1200 Bikini Islanders now living on remote Kili Island.
The Equatorial Vortex Experiment (EVEX) was successfully conducted during the early morning hours (eastern time) May 7 from Roi Namur, Republic of the Marshall Islands.
Speaking before the United Nations Security Council, an official from the Marshall Islands argued that climate change is a threat to international security, citing the impact that global warming has had on his own island nation to illustrate his point.
Security Booths Stand Firm in 230 MPH Super Typhoon Super Typhoon Paka moved through Guam and the Marshall Islands during mid-December of 1997, flattening wooden structures and damaging property, but not damaging two steel guard booths, which stood directly in its pathway.
An Australian scientist has discovered what could be the worldâ€™s rarest coral in the remote North Pacific Ocean.
Through laboratory soil cleanup methods, residents of Bikini, Enjebi and Rongelap Islands - where nuclear tests were conducted on the atolls and in the ocean surrounding them in the 1950s - could have lower radioactive levels than the average background dose for residents in the United States and Europe.
The Fourspot butterflyfish, Chaetodon quadrimaculatus, is a butterflyfish of the family Chaetodontidae found in the Pacific Ocean from the Ryukyus, Ogasawara (Bonin) Islands and Taiwan to the Hawaiian, Marquesan, and Pitcairn islands, south to the Samoan and Austral Islands and the Marianas and Marshall Islands in Micronesia, at depths down to 49.21 ft (15 m). Its length is up to 6.30 in (16 cm). The Fourspot butterflyfish is found almost exclusively on exposed seaward reefs, and feeds...
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