In order for snow to form, two distinctive weather properties are needed: cold temperatures and moist air. The Sahara can tick these boxes.
The Suez Canal’s history has been forged over a century by multiple entities and people. Its past has been marked by colossal stumbling blocks.
Direct implications for maritime security are unlikely. But there will be ripple effects in the shipping industry and in many commercial sectors.
There’s almost no place on earth that doesn’t hold traces of humanity. But which routes did our ancestors follow first?
A new report will supply some information needed for science based conservation measures in the Red Sea.
Mangroves are superheroes on both land and sea, storing carbon and providing protection for coasts.