Monday Jul 7
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
Research ship heads for Arctic, by way of Hawaii
Next summer, there'll be a new ship docking in Dutch Harbor and Nome on its way to the Arctic.
Shipping safety advocate criticizes arctic preparedness plans
As the summer arctic shipping season gets underway, a member of a group that formed after the Selendang Ayu ran aground a decade ago, is calling for more rescue tugs, monitoring and risk management measures in the Bering Strait and Unimak Pass.
'Deadliest Catch' welcomes the 'Fisherman's Daughter' on Discovery
Tonight's episode of " Deadliest Catch " was titled "Fisherman's Daughter." As the episode begins, the seas are still not happy, and the last ten hours the waves have been coming over the rail, leaving ice in their wake.
Tsunami warnings cancelled
The National Tsunami Warning Center cancelled the last remaining advisory late Monday afternoon.
Magnitude-8.0 Alaska quake spawns small tsunami
A strong earthquake near Alaska's Aleutian Islands triggered a tsunami warning Monday, but only small waves measuring several inches hit coastal communities.