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Irving recruiting foreign workers to build Royal Canadian Navy's new warship fleet

Toronto Sun 23 Sep 2022
Advertisement 2. Story continues below ... ... In 2017, the Chronicle Herald newspaper in Halifax reported about Irving hiring workers from Poland to work on the Royal Canadian Navy’s ships. Irving also had a deal with the Spanish firm Gabadi LC that involved Spanish carpenters being brought to Halifax to work on the navy’s Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships.
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Satellites can now measure the thickness of Arctic sea ice in the summer months

SAFETY4SEA 21 Sep 2022
As a result, the team have now developed the first dataset showing the thickness of sea ice across the entire Arctic and through a whole year ... The new data will “will reduce safety risks for ships and fishing boats”, according to lead author Jack Landy, of UiT The Arctic University of Norway.
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Could nuclear Thor save the Arctic?

Tradewinds 19 Sep 2022
For example, battery-powered cruise ships would ...
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Russia tests anti-ship missiles in Arctic mission

Russia Today 16 Sep 2022
The Russian military has tested anti-ship weapon systems in extreme Arctic conditions, the Defense Ministry reported on Friday. Live-fire exercises with Granit and Oniks anti-ship missiles were conducted in the area around the Chukotka Peninsula, Russia’s northeasternmost part.
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Taking the dazzle out of CryoSat yields a first

Technology Org 16 Sep 2022
Summer meltwater ponds on sea ice in the Arctic Ocean ... A published in Nature describes how scientists have now found an ingenious way of removing the pesky problem of dazzle from surface meltwater to yield the first ever continuous, year-round altimetry measurements of sea-ice thickness in the Arctic Ocean.
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Ozone layer depletion has a new cause and its not CFC. Read here to find out | Mint

Live Mint 16 Sep 2022
Their findings have been published in the journal Nature Geosciences after the observations were conducted by the researchers during the ship-based Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) expedition.
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Russian Nuclear Submarines Launch Missiles in Northern Sea Route as Part of Drills- Moscow

Urdu Point 16 Sep 2022
"During the Umka-2022 comprehensive Arctic expedition, the nuclear-powered submarine cruisers with Omsk and Novosibirsk cruise missiles of ...
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Asia’s Future Takes Shape in Vladivostok, the Russian Pacific

GlobalResearch 16 Sep 2022
This theme is as crucial as the development of the Russian Arctic ... The INSTC has the participation of an Iranian shipping line with 300 vessels, connecting to Mumbai ... There is a long-term plan up to 2035 to create infrastructure for safe shipping navigation, following an ‘Arctic best practices’ of learning step by step.
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Iodine chemistry will play major role in controlling tropospheric ozone over Arctic: Study

Hindustan Times 15 Sep 2022
The research was carried out during the ship-based ‘Multidisciplinary Drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAIC)’ expedition – the largest polar expedition in history - and the study was published in the international journal, Nature Geosciences, on September 15, 2022.
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Satellites now get full-year view of Arctic sea-ice

Yahoo Daily News 15 Sep 2022
Satellites can now measure the thickness of sea-ice covering the Arctic Ocean all year round ... Apart from the obvious advantage to ships, which need to know those parts of the Arctic that will be safe to navigate, there are significant benefits to climate and weather forecasting ... The volume of sea-ice has halved across the Arctic since the late 1970s.
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Satellites now get full 3D view of Arctic sea-ice

BBC News 15 Sep 2022
Satellites can now measure the thickness of sea-ice covering the Arctic Ocean all year round ... Apart from the obvious advantage to ships, which need to know those parts of the Arctic that will be safe to navigate, there are significant benefits to climate and weather forecasting.
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The Sino-Russian Alliance Solidifies

The American Spectator 15 Sep 2022
... for the Russian Far East” and that both countries are cooperating on the emerging “Arctic shipping route.” The general theme of the article is that the Western-led world order is a thing of the past, and it is being replaced by a multipolar world order led by China and Russia.
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For the first time, we can measure the thickness of Arctic sea ice all year round

Phys Dot Org 14 Sep 2022
This is of great importance for shipping in the Arctic and future weather and climate forecasts ... Shipping in the Arctic has increased rapidly in recent years, because of the ice melting.
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Coast Guard could see more funding in new Senate legislation to help face Arctic challenges from Russia and China

Stars and Stripes 14 Sep 2022
To meet that emerging threat, lawmakers want to authorize $841 million for a third Polar Security Cutter icebreaker ship for the Coast Guard and $20 million to establish an Arctic Security Cutter program office, which will begin work on the next generation of medium icebreakers.

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