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Day 26

12th November 2001

When I look out at the sea, there is nothing to see except an unbroken horizon – 360 degrees of grey brooding seas, meeting an equally grey and brooding sky. 240 more words

Salty Tales

Why is The Gulf Stream About to Halt?

The Gulf Stream is a strong current in the Atlantic ocean, starting in the Gulf of Mexico and leading all the way to Northern Europe, affecting the climate and weather conditions, and bringing for example warmer weather to Northern Europe by affecting the region´s atmosphere. 221 more words

Change Leadership

Visualising the Gulf Stream

My PhD research focuses on the turbulent fluid dynamics within the Gulf Stream, which involves analysing data from observations and models. There is a rich source of observational data on the worlds oceans, and this is primarily due to introduction of satellites to collect data. 764 more words


Fragility of human existence: following the migration of hominins

The first humans to arrive in the Americas out of Africa would have been faced with crossing the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the long migration through Asia to Beringia, or maybe through hops over Pacific islands. 2,525 more words

Fast track from Cuba to Florida

After spending some quality time visiting the real Cuba in Moron I was set to either continue along the Cuban coast or return to Florida via the Bahamas. 650 more words

Cuba 2017



Dear Mayer,

I’m writing from New York City. If I didn’t write sooner, it’s because the sea voyage really weakened me, and because I wanted to have a better understanding of the city before putting pen to paper. 3,993 more words

World Of Credit

Project looks to tap Gulf Stream’s energy

Reprinted coutesy of the Coastal Review Online
By Kip Tabb 

First of two parts

WANCHESE – As the Gulf Stream passes Cape Hatteras, the movement of water is some 45 times greater than the flow of every river on earth.   1,317 more words