Ship tracking

Murder accused claims self-defense in deadly high seas showdown

A man facing murder charges in a rare federal trial told a jury last week that he fought for his life on a late-night lobster fishing trip that had forced him trying to understand the fate of a friend who fell overboard. Part of Hoang “Wayne” Xuan Le’s solution was …

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Emerging trends in sustainability in the logistics sector

As freight flights were stranded around the world due to the pandemic, spikes in demand for shipping services quickly escalated. Yet a third of the world’s shipping containers are empty in transit, and one in five trucks in the European Union travels without cargo. For people who ensure goods are …

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UAF graduate student monitors orcas communications with underwater microphones

Killer whales in the Gulf of Alaska. (Photos courtesy of the North Gulf Oceanic Society, NMFS 20341 research license) In the deep blue ocean just off the coast of Alaska, killer whales now communicate with each other with clicks and whistles. Scientists hear them. Hannah Myers listened to many hours …

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Manitoba industries grapple with transportation system ravaged by severe flooding

WINNIPEG – The evolving crisis in southern British Columbia severed the main transportation networks used to ship products from the Port of Vancouver to the rest of Canada. It is a disaster that is unfolding in one province, but it is felt in the supply chain across the country. “Basically, …

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Information, figures and analytical outlook 2021-2027 – Energy Siren

A new informative report titled “Global Vessel Tracking Systems Market Report 2021 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast Till 2027 “ recently posted by Credible markets to its gigantic database that helps shape the future of businesses by making well-informed business decisions. It offers a comprehensive analysis …

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Pentagon says Iranian helicopter made ‘unprofessional’ pass within 25 yards of USS Essex

ARABIAN GULF The amphibious assault ship USS Essex (LHD-2) transits the Persian Gulf during air operations on November 13. US Navy Photo Iranian Navy helicopter approached within 25 feet of USS Essex (LHD-2) while the ship was in the Gulf of Oman, the Pentagon confirmed on Monday. USS Essex is …

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Australian resource exports on track for record year – ABS

Australia’s resources and energy sector is on track for another record year of exports, new data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) showed, while confirming the sector’s status as a cornerstone of the Australian economy. Resources and Water Minister Keith Pitt said ABS international trade data for goods and …

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