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Organochlorine contaminant and retinoid levels in blubber of common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) off northwestern Spain

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first_imgThe effect of age, sex, nutritive condition and organochlorine concentration on blubber retinoid concentrations was examined in 74 common dolphins incidentally caught off northwestern Spain. Age and blubber lipid content were strong determinants of the retinoid concentrations in males, while these variables did not account for the variation found in females. Retinoids were positively correlated with organochlorines in males and negatively in females. However, pollution levels were moderate and likely to be below threshold levels above that a toxicological response is to be expected. Thus, a cause–effect relationship between organochlorine and retinoid concentrations could not be properly established, and the observed correlation may be the result of an independent association of the two variables with age. Further research on the influence of the best predictor variables on retinoid dynamics is required to implement the use of retinoids as biomarkers of pollutant exposure in cetaceans.last_img read more

USS Carney begins second rotational patrol in U.S. 6th fleet

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first_img View post tag: USS Carney Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Carney begins second rotational patrol in U.S. 6th fleet Training & Education The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Carney (DDG 64) departed Naval Station Rota, Spain, July 25 to begin her second forward-deployed patrol in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve and to demonstrate the U.S. commitment to collective defense of allies and partners in the region.Carney’s forward presence in 6th Fleet supports a wide range of operations in the area and contributes to NATO’s efforts toward maintaining regional security and stability.“We are excited about beginning our second patrol from Rota, Spain. The crew has worked tirelessly in the past months to ensure that we have a successful patrol. We stand ready to fulfill our mission and demonstrate the U.S. Navy’s commitment to maritime security by working with our partners and allies in the region.”, said Cmdr. Kenneth Pickard, commanding officer, USS Carney (DDG 64). July 27, 2016center_img Share this article USS Carney begins second rotational patrol in U.S. 6th fleet View post tag: US Navylast_img read more

Russia’s Novatek celebrates another Yamal LNG milestone

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first_imgYamal LNG (Image courtesy of Novatek)The Novatek-operated Yamal LNG project located in the Russian Arctic said Wednesday that it has shipped its thirtieth million ton of the chilled fuel since the start of the project.The Arc7 ice-class tanker “Nikolay Yevgenov” loaded the 411th cargo as the project reached 30 million tons of LNG dispatched since the start-up of Train 1 in December 2017, according to the Yamal LNG statement.The facility is currently exceeding the design capacity of 16.5 million tons per annum of LNG, the statement said.In 2019, the first full year of simultaneous operation of all three liquefaction trains, Yamal LNG produced 18.4 million tons of LNG, exceeding the plant’s design capacity by 11 percent or 1.9 million tons.Yamal LNG is building a 17.4 mtpa natural gas liquefaction plant comprised of three trains of 5.5 mtpa each and one LNG train of 900 thousand tons per annum, utilizing the hydrocarbon resources of the South-Tambeyskoye field in the Russian Arctic.The first train began production in the fourth quarter of 2017 while trains 2 and 3 started producing the fuel in July 2018 and November 2018, respectively.Yamal LNG shareholders include Novatek (50.1%), France’s Total (20%), China’s CNPC (20%), and the Silk Road Fund (9.9%).last_img read more

Dec. County Lincoln day dinner canceled

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first_imgGreensburg, IN— Decatur County Republican Party Chairman Nate Harter has announced today that the April 24 Decatur County Lincoln Day Dinner featuring U.S. Senator Ted Cruz has been canceled in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.Harter said, “The devastation caused by COVID-19 has been real in Decatur County, costing people their health, and in too many cases, their lives. We cannot in good conscience continue to plan for a gathering of 1,000 or more to celebrate our conservative principles- at least not until the crisis has passed.”“Watching our community rally together gives me confidence that we will revisit hosting this event for southeastern Indiana in the coming months. Until that time, my team will of course be issuing refunds of tickets already purchased, automatically and with no process required. We will continue to discuss the possibility of rescheduling with Senator Cruz, who has been very gracious during this trying time. Stay tuned to our page on Facebook, Decatur County Republican Party for more information and updates about this event and other party functions.”Lincoln Day Dinners are annual Republican Party fundraisers held in counties across America. Once rescheduled, this year’s Decatur County Lincoln Day Dinner will be held in the county seat of Greensburg, located halfway between Cincinnati and Indianapolis, and in close proximity to Louisville, Dayton, and Columbus.Donations to offset the initial outlay costs of deposits and event planning may be directed to the Decatur County Republican Party, P.O. Box 181, Greensburg, IN 47240.last_img read more

Fernandes vows to fight fine

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first_img Earlier this year Rangers recorded a loss of £65.4million for the period ending May 2013. Clubs are only entitled to be no more than £8million in the red under FFP rules. However, Fernandes has been seeking legal advice and has confirmed he will fight the sanctions in court. “Will we fight the fine?” said the Malaysian entrepreneur. “What do you think? After all we’ve been through, it’s my middle name – ‘Fight It’ Fernandes. “My view has been consistent, that it is very unfair for a club that has been relegated as the wage difference between the Premier League and Championship is impossible. There should be a time period for clubs to rectify their salaries. “If we were in the Championship in two years with that wage bill it wouldn’t be right. I’m in favour of FFP but it is unfair for a club coming down.” QPR will not be punished for their financial results during the 2012-13 season, when they were in the Premier League, but they will for the current campaign – during which they have carried a debt of £177million and a wage bill larger than that of Spanish champions and European Cup finalists Atletico Madrid. It would not be surprising if the threat of financial sanctions plays a significant role in the club’s transfer plans this summer. But Fernandes, the chief executive of AirAsia and the team principal of Formula One team Caterham, has invested heavily in Rangers since becoming the club’s majority shareholder in 2011 and he has hinted he is willing to spend again in the coming months ahead of the Londoners’ top-flight return. QPR co-owner Tony Fernandes has vowed to fight the prospect of a Financial Fair Play fine and plough much of his side’s promotion windfall back into the club. Press Association Rangers returned to the Barclays Premier League at the first attempt by defeating Derby in the Sky Bet Championship play-off final at Wembley on Saturday. The victory, courtesy of Bobby Zamora’s 90th-minute goal, is reported to be worth in the region of £120million to QPR but the Londoners are now facing a fine of up to £50million for failing to comply with financial guidelines. “Harry Redknapp and me are very close and the manager is already talking about new players and next season,” said the 50-year-old. “He never stops. After the whistle he was mentioning a couple of players. I think he is relishing being back in the Premier League. “There is a massive gulf between us and those at the top of the Premier League but we have a great manager who has been up there. We are smarter owners and we will take our time over the summer. “Nobody is perfect. We will still make mistakes but we will be wiser and smarter.” As for the game itself, which saw QPR triumph against the odds following Gary O’Neil’s red card with half an hour still left to play, Fernandes said: “I feel honoured to have experienced that, privileged. “It feels great after all we went through in three years and the way we finished it, nobody can say the players didn’t play their hearts out. “When Gary was sent off there was 70 per cent of me that thought the dream would end – but too much had happened to us for the fairytale to end. “This is stuff that movies are made of, Roy of the Rovers stuff. When I was eight years old I was reading books where players were sent off and in the last minute someone scored the winner.” last_img read more

Man arrested after shooting Delray Beach mother in the face

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first_imgAuthorities in Delray Beach have arrested a suspect who attempted to kill a mother by shooting her in the face.The incident was reported on December 8th outside of a home in the 100 block of NW 7th Ave.When authorities arrived, they found the victim Montana Bradley, holding her lower jaw to her face and the bullet still in her mouth.She was rushed to the hospital for treatment to her injuries.Though Bradley was unable to speak, she was able to identify her attacker by writing out what happened on a paper and giving it to authorities.Bradley told investigators that she and the suspect Corey O’Bryant, got into an argument after O’Bryant claimed he could beat up her brother. O’Bryant then held a gun to her temple but Bradley pushed him away before the shot was fired.Authorities eventually located O’Bryant in Macon, Georgia and arrested him.He is now facing a charge of attempted murder.last_img read more

BGC welcomes decision to reopen Scottish casinos

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first_img BGC calls for updates to ‘outdated’ payment regulations August 21, 2020 Share Submit StumbleUpon UK gambling adopts toughest online advertising code to protect underage audiences August 27, 2020 The Betting and Gaming Council (BGC) has welcomed the decision made by the Scottish Government to reopen casinos and bingo halls from 24 August.First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the latest easing of the country’s coronavirus lockdown in a statement to the Scottish Parliament, confirming that betting shops will be permitted to switch their gaming machines back on from the same date.Commenting on the news, Michael Dugher, chief executive of the BGC, said: “We are delighted that casinos and bingo halls in Scotland have finally been given a date to re-open.“They have demonstrated their commitment to ensuring the safety of their staff and customers, and it’s great that this has been recognised by the Scottish Government.“We’re already looking forward to casinos in England opening their doors again this weekend, and I hope that their Welsh colleagues will soon be receiving the same good news.“I’m also very pleased that the Scottish Government has listened to our concerns about betting shops having to switch off their gaming machines. It’s great that they will be back on again from 24 August.”The announcement follows on from concerns raised by the BGC over uncertainty as to when casinos could reopen, with the lack of clarity putting more than 800 jobs at risk.Casinos in England are due to reopen from 1 August, having put in place a range of measures to ensure the safety of staff and customers. The measures include Perspex screens, hand sanitisation equipment, track and tracing mechanisms and strict social distancing measures. Related Articles Share BGC lauds success of whistle to whistle ban August 21, 2020last_img read more