Sea. Close. By. Logbook I grew up in the sea and poverty was sumptuous, then I lost the sea and found all luxuries grey and poverty unbearable. Since then, I have been waiting. I wait for the homebound ships, the house of the waters, ...
Author: Albert Camus
Publisher: Penguin UK
Category: Literary Collections
Part of the Penguin Classics campaign celebrating 100 years of Albert Camus, 'A Sea Close By' reveals the writer as a sensual witness of landscapes, the sea and sailing. It is a light, summery day-dream. Accompanying 'The Sea Close By' is the essay 'Summer in Algiers', a lovesong to his Mediterranean childhood.
The current would take the clams if they were not somehow secured, so another two people followed close behind, using staple guns to affix small rectangular screens and complete the “planting” process. The sun was hot but the ocean was ...
Author: C. Anne Claus
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
How Japanese coastal residents and transnational conservationists collaborated to foster relationships between humans and sea life Drawing the Sea Near opens a new window to our understanding of transnational conservation by investigating projects in Okinawa shaped by a “conservation-near” approach—which draws on the senses, the body, and memory to collapse the distance between people and their surroundings and to foster collaboration and equity between coastal residents and transnational conservation organizations. This approach contrasts with the traditional Western “conservation-far” model premised on the separation of humans from the environment. Based on twenty months of participant observation and interviews, this richly detailed, engagingly written ethnography focuses on Okinawa’s coral reefs to explore an unusually inclusive, experiential, and socially just approach to conservation. In doing so, C. Anne Claus challenges orthodox assumptions about nature, wilderness, and the future of environmentalism within transnational organizations. She provides a compelling look at how transnational conservation organizations—in this case a field office of the World Wide Fund for Nature in Okinawa—negotiate institutional expectations for conservation with localized approaches to caring for ocean life. In pursuing how particular projects off the coast of Japan unfolded, Drawing the Sea Near illuminates the real challenges and possibilities of work within the multifaceted transnational structures of global conservation organizations. Uniquely, it focuses on the conservationists themselves: why and how has their approach to project work changed, and how have they themselves been transformed in the process?
2.4 MIXED-LAYER DYNAMICS AND VERTICAL TRANSPORT Close to the surface of the ocean, convective processes and input of turbulent kinetic energy by wind stress sustain a mixed layer with almost uniform vertical profiles of temperature and ...
Author: Nicolas Gruber
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Each year, the concentration of dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC) in the mixed layer at Station S in the Sargasso Sea decreases from winter to summer by about 30 umol/kg. The authors of this study demonstrate that by simultaneously observing changes in the stable isotopic ration of DIC, it is possible to quantify the contribution of physical and biological processes to this summer-fall drawdown. They find that biology is the dominant contrbutor to the drawdown, but that physical processes also play an important role.
At UNCLASSIFIED WFh UWFL - 46 / U U W FL 46 HEALTH AND SAFETY UNITED STATES ATOMIC ENERGY COMMISSION SURVEY OF RADIOACTIVITY IN THE SEA NEAR BIKINI AND ENIWETOK ATOLLS JUNE 11 –21 , 1956 Ву Lauren R. Donaldson Allyn H. Seymour Edward E.
Category: Bikini Atoll (Marshall Islands)
II THE COUNTRY 25 rivers empty themselves into the sea near the further end of the bays , which penetrate so far into the land that a coast - line of great variety is formed . The largest of these , reckoning from north to south ...
Author: Adolf Holm
into the sea close off the port bow. ... the attention of the CAP to this attacker, and it is thought that this aircraft was annihilated by the 5in battery at this time, as no friendly aircraft were close when it went into the water.
Author: Peter C. Smith
Publisher: Pen and Sword
In this brand new publication from eminent historian Peter C. Smith, we are regaled with the engaging and often incredibly disturbing history of the Kamikaze tradition in Japanese culture. Tracing its history right back to the original Divine Wind (major natural typhoons) that saved Japan from invaders in ancient history, Smith explores the subsequent resurrection of the cult of the warrior in the late nineteenth century. He then follows this tradition through into the Second World War, describing the many Kamikaze suicide attacks carried out by the Emperor's pilots against Allied naval vessels in the closing stages of the Pacific campaign.These pilots were at the mercy of an overriding cultural tradition that demanded death over defeat, capture or perceived shame. Despite often being under-trained and ill-prepared psychologically for the sacrifices they were about to make, they were nonetheless expected to make them. The dedication of sacrifice for the Emperor and the Nation is explored by dissecting the traces left behind by these pilots. Smith provides a detailed look at the heartbreak of the pilot's families and the men themselves, the notes they left and the effects on those who did not share their philosophy. The views of individuals under attack are also included in this balanced history.Countless attacks carried out over the Philippine Islands (including the sinking of the St Lo) are analyzed and the Okinawa campaign is afforded particularly strong coverage, with the sinking of HMAS Australia explored in detail. The collective sacrifice is then summed up, with reflections from survivors on both sides appraising events in a humane historical context. A detailed appendices then follows, featuring units formed, sorties mounted, ships sunk and damages inflicted.
the delightful and extensive sea views to be obtained from the grandly picturesque cliffs . ... on the Rerwick shore are distinguishable ; the Isle of Man is also distinctly visible , and the shore of Wigtown appears near at hand .
Author: Malcolm M'Lachlan Harper
Category: Galloway (Scotland)
At the end of it is the Strand - Etablissement , with a glazed veranda on the side next the sea . Close by is the Marienhöhe , with a pavilion ( Café , at the back of the hill ) , and farther on is the Victoriahalle ( Restaurant ) .
Author: Karl Baedeker
Close by is a large wady forming a salt lagoon in the monsoon ; its broad shallow bed shows , however , that much of the rain is absorbed on its journey , and that little finds its way to the sea . The residence of the Sultan is at a ...
Author: Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain)
Category: Electronic journals
Includes list of members.
They , and they alone , could be relied on to reach them by sea . Lofty ships , after the model of their own country , ” were built on the Tigris , near Nineveh , and at Til - Barsip by the farthest western course of the Euphrates ...
Author: James Frederick McCurdy