A NEW MARITIME STRATEGY,

A NEW MARITIME STRATEGY, PART 3 — PROCESS AS PRODUCT

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Marine VHF Frequencies: The Basics

If you’re new to the world of marine radio, the VHF frequencies can seem like a confusing jumble of numbers. But don’t worry, it’s not as complicated as it looks.  Marine VHF frequencies are

The 2022 Maritime Doctrine of the Russian Federation: Mobilization, Maritime Law, and Socio-Economic Warfare

By Olga R. Chiriac On July 31, 2022, Russian Navy Day, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the approval of the new Maritime Doctrine of the Russian Federation in a speech given during a parade

Led Flood Lights For Boats: A Beginner’s Guide

Boating at night is a great way to enjoy the beauty of the water, but you have to ensure you're safe and visible. LED flood lights for boats are a great way to light up your vessel and make sure oth

Faria Gauges vs. VDO Gauges: Which is Better?

In choosing new gauges for your boat, brand is one of the top factors to consider. Two of the most popular brands for boat gauges are Faria and VDO. So, how do you know which one is right for you? He

2022 MSDS Marine Grant Award Winners Announced

MSDS Marine are pleased to announce the 2022 winners of the MSDS Marine Grant Awards. Protected Wreck Support Award 2022 The Protected Wreck Support Award is designed to help support Licensees and th

Global Change Information System

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Antimicrobial resistance- working internationally to support local action

World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) takes place this week, 18-24th November 2022, and aims to increase awareness of global antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and to encourage best practices to avoi

Digital Boat Gauges: How They Work And Why You Should Get One

There's a lot to know about everything in your marine environment. Keeping tabs on the correct pressure, temperature and flow are essential to keeping your boat running as efficiently as possible. Di

Boat Speedometer: The Essentials

Boat speedometers are an essential piece of equipment for any vessel. They help boaters keep track of their speed and stay within the legal limit. There are a few different types of speedos for boats

Water Pressure Gauge: An Introduction

If you love being out on the water, then you know how important it is to have a boat engine that is in good working condition. One of the most important parts of your boat is the water pressure gauge

Temperature Sender: What Is It and Why Should Your Boat Have One?

If you have a boat, then you know how important it is to keep an eye on the temperature. After all, you don't want your engine to overheat, do you? But what do you need to keep track of that? Well, o

How to Choose the Correct Boat Rudder Angle Indicator?

When sailing, you need to be able to change the angle of your boat quickly. With a rudder, you can do that by tilting it at a specific angle. If your rudders are not working properly, or if you want

Organizing to Fight and Win at Sea: The Surface Force Imperative

By Vice Admiral Roy Kitchener As we look at our readiness to fight and win at sea, it is clear that our organizational structure is not optimized for the challenges ahead. For the past 30 years, the S

Can You Take a Pontoon Boat in the Ocean?

If you love the feel of the ocean breeze, the sound of the waves, and the thrill of an adventure, then you may be wondering if it's possible to take a pontoon boat out in the open ocean. You might be

Sea Control 393 – Beyond the CWC Concept with CAPT Bill Shafley

By Jared Samuelson CAPT Bill Shafley rejoins the podcast to discuss the Carrier Battle Groups of the Cold War, how the modern Carrier Strike Group evolved, and how the DESRON staffing construct may ne

Donate to CIMSEC’s Write, Fight, Win Campaign

Thanks to our incredible community, we have continued our tradition of excellence in terms of content, reach, and partnerships. This year’s topic weeks have weighed in on critical topics and debates

Sea Control 392 – Russia’s Arctic Strategy in a Changing Region with Katarzyna Zysk

By Zsófia Wolford The Arctic is warming at least four times faster than the rest of the globe, opening up new trade routes and making natural resources more accessible to Arctic states. Changes drive

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U.S. Maritime Strategy: Advantage at Sea - USNI News

The following is the U.S. Sea Services’ new maritime strategy, Advantage at Sea: Prevailing with Integrated All-Domain Naval Power that was released by the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard on Dec.

Holbrook’s Hidden Heritage Free Community Event

Thanks to funding from Historic England we are running a community project called Holbrook’s Hidden Heritage in partnership with Holbrook Community Society and Holbrook Church of England Primary Sc

Fish Observers: The life and 'sole' of collaborative fisheries science

It's World Fisheries Day! As world leaders in marine and aquatic science with 120 years of fisheries expertise, Cefas will be highlighting the importance of healthy ocean ecosystems and sustainable fi

The Politics of Naval Innovation: Cruise Missiles and the Tomahawk

The following republication is adapted from a chapter from The Politics of Naval Innovation, a paper sponsored by the Office of Net Assessment and conducted by the Strategic Research Department of the

Sea Control 391 – Indo-Pacific Maritime Hour with Blake Herzinger & Jimmy Drennan

In CIMSEC’s first podcast collaboration with the Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Studies, we are airing the YCAPS Indo-Pacific Maritime Hour discussion, “Why the United States Needs a Real Mariti

Dobbs v. The Ocean

By Claude Berube The Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization at first glance may not appear to have any relevance to the sea; however, it is indicative of how even domes

How Defense Department Planning Horizons Can Better Avoid Strategic Surprise

By Travis Reese “One of the greatest contributions of net assessment is that it calls for consciously thinking about the time span of the competition you are in.” –Dr. Paul Braken “Short term

Too hot to handle? Adapting to the impacts of marine climate change in the Gulf

As world leaders meet at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 27th Conference of Parties (COP27) in Egypt this week, Cefas Middle East Programme Director Will Le Quesne d

Evolving Marines and Aerial ASW for the Undersea Fight

By Jason Lancaster Introduction The Marine Corps is an expeditionary crisis response force designed to project power globally from the sea. For the first time in a generation the shape of the Corps is

One Food for One Health

Cefas and the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) are leading on a new Defra-funded international programme re-defining how controlling hazards in food systems can positively impact biodiversity and

Capacity Building in Fisheries Evidence, Networks and Management in the British Virgin Islands

Cefas’ Dr Peter Randall recently visited the (British) Virgin Islands (hereafter referred to as the Virgin Islands (VI)) as part of the Darwin Plus Funded Project, “Capacity Building in Fisheries

MSDS shortlisted for two Archaeological Achievement Awards

The Council for British Archaeology (CBA) has announced the shortlist for the Archaeological Achievement Awards 2022…. and MSDS Marine have been shortlisted in two categories! The Awards showcase t

Diving onto the Mary Rose

In 2021 MSDS Marine awarded two MSDS Marine grant awards to support work on protected wreck sites. Daniel Pascoe from Pascoe Archaeology was one of the recipients. In this blog Daniel explains how

Archaeologists investigate a small 17th-century cargo-vessel in the Dutch IJsselmeer

During the last two weeks, a team of Dutch and British marine archaeologists have carried out an archaeological assessment of a wooden wreck in the middle of the Markermeer, a part of the IJsselmeer

Developing new skills with a MSDS Marine student grant award

In 2021, Lydia Woolley a student at the University of Southampton was awarded an MSDS Marine student grant award. In this blog Lydia reviews how the award has helped her over the last year. I was so

MSDS Marine grant funds a new Bronze Bell wreck leaflet

In 2021 MSDS Marine awarded two MSDS Marine grant awards to licensees. Ian Cundy from the Malvern Archaeological Dive Unit (MADU) was one of the recipients. In this blog, Ian shares how he has spent

NEW PROJECT: Quantifying the use of museum archaeological collections

Exciting news! The Society for Museum Archaeology (SMA) have been awarded funding by Historic England to carry out a project to assess the use of museum archaeological collections. This important pro

Dock Lines for Boats (All You Need to Know)

"Dock lines for boats? Do I need to know about that?" you might be thinking. Well, if you're a boat owner, the answer is a resounding yes! You need the right dock lines to keep your boat safe and sec

New research sheds light on marine biodiversity of South Sandwich Islands

Shaped by ice and fire, the volcanic South Sandwich Islands are a remote sub-Antarctic archipelago that have remained largely uninhabited since their discovery by polar explorers in the 18th century.

De-icers or Diffusers for Ice Prevention?

De-icers and diffusers are both great options for ice prevention. Read more to find out which to use for your application. The post De-icers or Diffusers for Ice Prevention? appeared first on Kasco M

What Exactly is Diffused Aeration?

Diffused aeration is great for improving water quality, but how much do you really know about it? Read to learn more about diffused aeration. The post What Exactly is Diffused Aeration? appeared firs

Slow-Start to Prevent Pond Turnover & Fish Kills

Bottom aeration is a great way to maintain a healthy pond. However, it can lead to a pond turnover & fish kill. Learn how to avoid this. The post Slow-Start to Prevent Pond Turnover & Fish Ki

What Makes Kasco’s New Robust-Aire™ Systems Better?

Diffused aeration systems are usually defined by short compressor lifespans. See how Kasco's new large systems challenge this label. The post What Makes Kasco’s New Robust-Aire™ Systems Better? a

Tips and Tricks for Robust-Aire™ Maintenance

Kasco's new Robust-Aire systems require less maintenance, but it is still important monitor things. Read how to get the most out of your system. The post Tips and Tricks for Robust-Aire™ Maintenanc

What’s Going on in There? – Winter

Cold weather can be harsh on your pond and its inhabitants. Continue reading to learn what you can do to care for your pond this winter. The post What’s Going on in There? – Winter appeared firs

Featured Install: AquatiClear in Norway

This marina in Norway has had issues with algae growth, making it smelly and unattractive. Read how AquatiClear brought it back to life. The post Featured Install: AquatiClear in Norway appeared fir

Case Study: Clean Water in Searcy, Arkansas

Read how Searcy Water Utilities teamed up with Kasco to find the right active tank mixer that can reliably blend the naturally corrosive water. The post Case Study: Clean Water in Searcy, Arkansas ap

MSDS Heritage explore Holbrook’s Hidden Heritage

MSDS Heritage are delighted to announce that we have received funding from Historic England as part of Historic England’s ‘Everyday Heritage Grants: Celebrating Working Class History.’ The new

Innovation for Sustainable Fisheries: SMARTFISH H2020

SMARTFISH H2020 is an international research project which aims to develop, test, and promote a suite of high-tech systems for the EU fishing sector. The goal is to optimise resource efficiency, impro

Innovative Airflow is the Center of New Larger Robust-Aire™ Systems

Kasco announces new Large Robust-Aire™ Diffused Aeration Systems with innovative airflow for superior cooling, less maintenance, and extreme efficiency. The post Innovative Airflow is the Center o

Interview With The Engineer: NEW Large Robust-Aire™ Systems

Kasco's Engineering Supervisor, Todd Dombrock, reveals what went in to the creation of the new large Robust-Aire systems and its advantages. The post Interview With The Engineer: NEW Large Robust-Ai

Coastal Archaeology Surveys: South Skye 

Interested in coastal archaeology? Skye and the Western Isles have some of the best-preserved archaeological sites in the UK, and we will be carrying out research on coastal sites around south Skye t

A day in the life of a bigeye tuna: tales from the south atlantic

On 12th December 2018, at 7am, a fish tagging team began fishing on the tuna grounds within St Helena, with the goal of tagging a number of yellowfin and bigeye tuna. The team, including staff from St

Discards are damaging – Invasive Species Week

The annual Invasive Species Week is taking place between the 16 and 22 May 2022, led by the GB Non-Native Species Secretariat (NNSS) with many organisations taking the opportunity to raise awarene

The developing UK seaweed industry

A history of production and a renewed interest In recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in seaweed. This has been driven by the many uses of seaweed, its high nutritional value, and its

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