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Beach Wheelchair Donation Allows Everyone to Enjoy the Sand

News
Jun
21

Accessibility to the beach is not always available to everyone but, a new initiative, called “S.E.A,” which stands for Safety, Environment and Activities is changing that. A local group, in Okaloosa County, Florida, is making it easier for everyone to get on the sand.

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Exploding lava creates new danger as Kilauea flows into the sea

News
Jun
19

A new video from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) shows explosions occurring in mid-air as lava flows into the ocean near the Big Island. They’re called “littoral explosions” and they occur when molten lava flows into cool ocean water.

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Surf, sand, and sun: International Surfing Day

Celebrate, News
Jun
16

Surfing is more than the physical act of riding waves. Many surfers are ocean-lovers and for them it can be a spiritual connection with Mother Nature, a place to seek solace. Surfers are inherent caretakers of the coast, stewards on the sand and advocates of the sea.

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A guide to Barcelona’s beaches

Even without its beaches, Barcelona would be one of Europe’s coolest destinations thanks to its groundbreaking food scene, unique architecture and legendary nightlife. But the cherry on the sundae is the three-mile strip of nearly continuous golden sand, which is so wired into its heart that it’s like the entire city’s backyard.

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Best US beaches for 2018

Celebrate, News
May
26

For 2018, Kapalua Bay Beach in Maui is No. 1, according to coastal sciences professor Dr. Beach.

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The best beaches on Cape Cod

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Celebrate, Inform
May
23

From open ocean expanses to quiet tidal beaches—all along the Massachusetts’coast.

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New volcanic eruption in Hawaii spews more lava into the ocean

News
May
22

Kilauea, the volcano in Hawaii that began erupting almost three weeks ago, exploded again Monday evening with eruptive lava activity at multiple fissures, with one flow entering the ocean forming a haze known as “laze” that contained microscopic shards of glass that is dangerous to breathe.

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Hands Across the Sand, May 19th, 2018: “Say NO to dirty fuels and YES to clean energy”

Celebrate, News
May
17

Activists around the globe, are invited to organize hundreds of events and Join Hands creating a powerful image to send to our elected officials.

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The Baltic Sea as a time machine

Warming, acidification, eutrophication, and the loss of oxygen are examples of major changes being observed or expected for the future in coastal zones around the world. These processes are occurring in the Baltic Sea at a much faster pace than in other regions.

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