2015 Issue - Vol 28 No7
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of the cabin in which Polar Explorer Ernest Shackleton died and
its return to the Shackleton Museum in Athy is the main story in
the new edition of Tom MacSweeney's THIS ISLAND NATION radio programme.
There's also a request for your help from the Commisisoners of Irish
Lights, warnings about safety afloat and ashore from the RNLI and
Irish Water Safety and a tale of lost love between a Lightkeeper
and a Mermaid.
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Students Visit Marine Institute to Explore Sustainable Oceans for
Marine Institute welcomed more than 300 transition year students
during science week as part of Galway Science & Technology Festival,
and the Sea for Society FP7 project. They met marine scientists
and staff to learn about the wide variety of work they do, and how
the science of the sea impacts on our daily lives, for example the
food we eat, the air we breathe, and the water we drink.
on RV Celtic Explorer Discover Deep-Sea Mud Volcanoes and Carbonate
team of scientists led by Dr Jens Carlsson, University College Dublin,
onboard the national research vessel, RV Celtic Explorer discovered
a field of carbonate chimneys supporting a range of deep-sea life
during an expedition to research mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Cadiz.
Emersons Boards Clock In At Titanic Belfast
Clock In Boards, handcrafted by long serving Harland
and Wolff ex-employee, Mr Emerson, are to go on show at Titanic
Belfast, the worlds largest Titanic visitor experience. The
Clock In Boards, or bourds, as they were
known in East Belfast, were collected by the 15,000 shipyard workers
when they arrived at work at 8:00am. The boards were retuned at
5:30pm, in an act commonly referred to as launching yer bourd
when they were literally hurled through the open office window,
of what is now known as Titanic House, in a rush to leave.
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