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BACK IN MARTINIQUE THIS 18TH JUNE EXPEDITION 7TH CONTINENT

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BACK IN MARTINIQUE this 18 June SHIPPING 7E CONTINENT – NAVIGATION AFTER 4 WEEKS WHICH 2 IN PLASTIC GYRE NORTH ATLANTIC, THE MEMBERS OF THE EXPEDITION 7E CONTINENT AN OBSERVATION AND WE deliver ANALYSIS OF THIS POLLUTION. They have traveled over 1000 km in the North Atlantic Gyre, from East to West, from North to […]

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19 Jun, 2015
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Logbook – Monday 15th June – Arrival planned on thursday morning at the Marin port

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Translation : translate.google.fr Today we ended scientific component of gyre off the last station to compare the different settings. A relief for the whole team. We conducted each day from day two stations and one night. Routine work and difficult, but absolutely essential for our protocols. Tomorrow Tuesday, June 16 we will have a technical […]

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15 Jun, 2015
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Logbook – Sunday 14th June – Up to 250 micro plastics by line manta net

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Translation : translate.google.fr Hello everyone! After nearly a month of sea, 7th Continent shipping is back to the Caribbean! We are tonight 250 miles north of Guadeloupe, still upwind. We hardly observe more plastic during our manipulations (except waste macro) but we have full coffers boat! Alexandra actually reported 18 of litter found on our […]

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14 Jun, 2015
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Logbook – Saturday 13th June – Exit of the Gyre, an area of strong accumulation of microplastics

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  Translation : translate.google.fr Hello everyone! We found the upwind sailing (navigation to the nearest sailing wind) and life is the most hectic once on board! The boat house more as the swell has put on weight. Since we left the gyre we go less plastic in our plankton nets than previous stations. For example, […]

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13 Jun, 2015
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Logbook – Friday 12th June – Back in 5 days

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Translation : translate.google.fr It’s been 24 days since we left Fort de France in Martinique. We sum over 2500 km from the start. The team has yet to take five days before putting a foot down and enjoy a nice hot shower. Morale is always there, especially as we are about to return. The faces […]

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12 Jun, 2015

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