Oceanography

Coral bridge between the Mediterranean and Marmara Sea to be restored by 2024

The vital underwater coral bridge between the Mediterranean and Marmara Sea is expected to be fully restored by 2024, thanks to DP World Yarımca's Yellow Coral Conservation Project that is being carried out with Istanbul University and the Marine Life Conservation Society (DYKD).

Weather in Bulgaria: Today will be Sunny and Warm

Atmospheric pressure is slightly higher than the average for the month and during the day will remain almost unchanged. Today will be sunny, in the afternoon over the western regions with scattered high clouds, which by the evening will cover the whole country. A weak, moderate south-southwest wind will blow in Eastern Bulgaria.

Weather in Bulgaria: Windy with Temperatures between 9°-14°C

Today the maximum temperatures will decrease slightly and will be between 9° and 14° Degrees, in Sofia - around 9°C. This was announced for FOCUS News Agency by the weather forecaster on duty Hristo Hristov from the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology.

Bulgarian Meteorology Institute Stopped its Protest, there will be Weather Forecasts

Bulgarian Meteorology Institute Stopped its Protest, there will be Weather Forecasts

The National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology has stopped its protest, and weather forecasts for the media have been restored, BNT reported.

The director of the institute, Prof. Hristomir Branzov, explained that the reason was that their protest was beginning to become politicized.

Bulgarian Meteorology Institute with a Protest from Today: No Weather Forecasts

As of today, the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology is suspending the submission of weather information to the media in protest.

This was stated on BNT by the director of the institute Prof. Hristomir Branzov.

As of yesterday, NIMH has stopped submitting weather information on its website. Instead of the usual forecast, a protest message appears on the site

Remarkable’ giant coral reef found off Tahiti

Scientists have discovered a vast reef of "pristine" rose-shaped corals apparently unharmed by climate change in deep water off the coast of Tahiti, UNESCO announced on Jan. 21.

Mapping approximately three kilometers (two miles) long and up to 65 meters (213 feet) wide, UNESCO said it was "one of the most extensive healthy coral reefs on record."

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