FLOE


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FLOEFriends of Lasting Outdoor Education (Canada)
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In the spring he and his people retreated from the floes to the rocky mainland, where they put up tents of skins, and snared the sea-birds, or speared the young seal basking on the beaches.
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100 miles The young male headed to the town of Tilichiki when the floe finally hit shore on Russia's Pacific coast.
Umka got trapped on the floe off Chukotka, Russia's most easterly region.
The animal headed towards the police station in Tilichiki village once the floe touched land on Russia's Pacific coast, evidently pleading for human help.
One of the stranded fishermen, 42-year-old Tony Adkins, said the ice began to crack quickly and soon there was a huge gap between the ice floe and the shore.
During his trip they used two autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) and their downward and upward looking swath systems to image the underside of sea-ice floes and sea-floor areas inaccessible to the ship.
Gazing out over the chaotic landscape of buckling floes that felt so permanent and yet is so precarious, I couldn't help but wonder if they might also be the last.
While this may not be the path customarily taken by new entrants in plastics processing, it's how FLOE International, a family-owned, 32-year-old company, got into the business a year ago.
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The ice floe was 2 meters away from the banks..." the old man said.