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MacLochlainn calls for publication of leaked documents

first_imgAudioHomepage BannerNews Facebook Google+ Twitter By News Highland – April 20, 2021 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook WhatsApp MacLochlainn calls for publication of leaked documents Google+center_img Twitter Pinterest Previous articlePublic Health NW urge people to get testedNext articleNews, Sport and Obituaries on Tuesday April 20th News Highland Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic DL Debate – 24/05/21 A Donegal TD is urging Marine Minister Charlie McConalogue to ensure the immediate publication of the European Commission’s 2018 audit and the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority administrative inquiry.Deputy Padraig MacLochlainn, Sinn Fein’s Spokesperson on Fisheries and the Marine says these have led to the end of a deregotion that allowed catches be transported from the pier to the factories, a decision that he says will compound the impact of the loss of fishing quota after Brexit.Deputy MacLochlainn says media coverage in Ireland on the back of the leaking of these reports has suggested widespread illegality was the reason for the change, and he maintains that is not the case………..Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/ap20podraw.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growslast_img read more

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Southern Antarctic Circumpolar Current Front to the northeast of South Georgia: horizontal advection of krill and its role in the ecosystem

first_imgDuring December 2000 and January 2001 we conducted a high-resolution hydrographic and bioacoustic transect (RRS James Clark Ross cruise 57) that extended across the South Georgia shelf from close to Cumberland Bay, across the shelf break and slope and into the deep waters of the Georgia Basin beyond. We observed a high biomass of zooplankton between 53.8degrees and 53.4degreesS associated with the inshore, northwestward flow of the Southern Antarctic Circumpolar Current Front (SACCF) that occurred in around 2500 m of water close to the base of the slope. There was very little zooplankton biomass present in the more offshore, eastward flowing waters where a second manifestation of the SACCF was also present on the section. The region of enhanced zooplankton biomass was over 50 km in horizontal extent with the highest densities (>10 g m(-3)) in the area of strongest flow (>35 cm s(-1)). The majority of the zooplankton present on the section was Antarctic krill and most of it occurred in the upper 100 m. The rate of physically mediated transport of Antarctic krill across the off-shelf sections (similar to10 km) of the transect showed marked variation, with highest rates (>10(6) g s(-1)) associated with the northwestward flow of the SACCF. Farther offshore, where the krill biomass and flow rates were much reduced, the flux of krill was very low. The integrated horizontal flux of krill across the offshore sections was large (192 x 10(3) t d(-1)) and to the northwest. A second occupation of the transect showed that the krill flux is highly variable, and we discuss the various physical and biological factors that will generate such variability. We show that horizontal flux of krill in ocean currents is a major factor in determining the abundance of krill around South Georgia.last_img read more

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MLB wrap: Zack Greinke gets 200th career win as Astros top A’s

first_img Mets’ Pete Alonso breaks National League rookie home run record The feat came exactly one year and one day after Verlander joined the 200 club.“It’s nice,” Greinke said, via The Houston Chronicle. “Hopefully I can keep pitching pretty good with the team we have, and hopefully we can get a lot more.” Related News [email protected] played @WBCBaseball for Italy.Now he’s hanging out with Italians in [email protected] #LittleLeagueClassic pic.twitter.com/0EsRjub3rk— Play Ball (@PlayBall) August 18, 2019Rafael Ortega hit the Braves’ go-ahead run against the Dodgers, and it was pretty spectacular. Game changer.(MLB x @PapaJohns) pic.twitter.com/F41ftWYSBS— MLB (@MLB) August 18, 2019What’s Next?Mariners (52-73) at Rays (73-52), 7:10 p.m. ET — After winning a three-game series against the Tigers, the Rays will have a quick turnaround to try and distance themselves in the AL wild-card race. They will face the struggling Mariners on Monday. Tampa Bay will start Brendan McKay (2-2, 5.08 ERA) while Seattle will go with Marco Gonzales (12-10, 4.26). Braves’ Ronald Acuña pulled from game for not hustling on play Vladimir Guerrero Jr. injury update: Blue Jays star day-to-day after injuring knee Greinke pitched seven innings and allowed only one run off four hits while striking out six. The Athletics were held to just six hits in the game.Alex Bregman led the Astros’ offense, going 4 for 4 with a three-run go-ahead home run to highlight his night.30 jacks for The Kid. #TakeItBack pic.twitter.com/sbQxRT3BAH— Houston Astros (@astros) August 18, 2019The win put Houston 7 1/2 games ahead of Oakland in the American League West.Studs of the NightRafael Devers was 4 for 5 with a home run, two doubles and four RBIs in Boston’s 13-7 win over Baltimore. The Red Sox third baseman became the first hitter to reach 100 RBIs this season.The first player with over 100 RBI in 2019 goes to… pic.twitter.com/ySgTbeOa4J— MLB (@MLB) August 18, 2019Indians right-hander Mike Clevinger struck out 10 in five shutout innings in an 8-4 win against the Yankees.Yusei Kikuchi pitched his first ever shutout in MLB, throwing a two-hitter in Seattle’s 7-0 win over Toronto. Duds of the NightTrent Grisham and Eric Thames both went 0 for 5 at the plate in the Brewers’ 16-8 loss to the Nationals.Kevin McCarthy’s outing was short lived as the Royals righty gave up four runs on four hits in 1/3 of an inning.HighlightsBefore Anthony Rizzo even began playing Sunday, he was making fans happy. Zack Greinke reached a career milestone Sunday.The Astros right-hander got his 200th career win as he helped Houston topped Oakland 4-1. Just two other active pitchers (CC Sabathia and Justin Verlander) have reached that mark.last_img read more

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Angels’ castoff Jenks now White Sox’s savior

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! ANAHEIM – On the travel-and-workout day before the American League Championship Series’ Game 3, Bobby Jenks stepped off the Chicago White Sox team bus here and did something he never could as the property of the Angels. He set one of those big feet down on the field at Angel Stadium. “First time touching the grass,” Jenks said with a laugh as he suited up for the White Sox workout Thursday. The 24-year-old from Mission Hills was quick to claim that this is “just another field,” and you can believe that if you want. For Jenks, the White Sox’s new bullpen ace, the prospect of saving ALCS games against the Angels would have meant more if he felt he still had to prove something to the club that gave up on him last winter after five wild seasons on and off the field. “I think I’ve already done that,” Jenks said, “just to get here as soon as I did, in a new city, in a new role.” He noted the three shutout, one-hit innings he pitched against the Angels on Sept. 9 in a game the White Sox lost in extra innings in Chicago. “If I do anything (against the Angels in the ALCS), it’s a bonus,” he said. The Angels organization knows Bobby Jenks as the kid the 2000 draft choice out of a Washington state high school who clocked 101 mph in the minors but couldn’t stay out of trouble, off the disabled list or on the good side of the bathroom scale. Stories of Jenks’ search for maturity, health and fitness became a rite of spring, the Angels always optimistic they’d seen the last of his alcohol-related behavior problems, which led to a 2002 demotion from the Class-AA Arkansas to Class-A Rancho Cucamonga. He is unrepentant. “I was a kid,” he said. “I wouldn’t have done anything different than any 21-year-old wouldn’t have done in college. But there were more people to write things down and say things.” By the time Jenks got his act together, his right elbow was falling apart, sidelining him for two months in 2003 and for all but 19 1/3 innings in 2004, leading to an operation using a screw to repair a stress fracture. Finally, last December, when the Angels had to find a spot on the 40-man roster for Cuban defector Kendry Morales, they chose Jenks’ spot and put him on waivers. To hear Jenks tell it, he didn’t know he’d been cut until the White Sox phoned to say they’d picked him up. “I saw him throw early in spring training,” White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen said. “I said, ‘You stay healthy and keep yourself together off the field and on the field, and you’ve got a chance to be in the big leagues.” Looking at him with fresh eyes, the White Sox made a reliever out of the pitcher who had started in all but three of his 115 minor-league appearances. The role fit Jenks’ 6-foot-3, 270-pound – call it John Daly-like – frame. He saved 19 Birmingham wins at Class AAA, striking out 48 batters in 41 innings, to earn his first major-league call-up in July. After serving as set-up man for closer Dustin Hermanson, Jenks became the Chicago closer in September when Hermanson’s back gave out. With six regular-season saves, a 2.75 ERA and 50 strikeouts in 39 1/3 innings, he was in the playoffs. Jenks recorded the save in the Game 2 victory over Boston – the Tony Graffanino game – that put Chicago in charge of the first round. After expecting and not getting September call-ups from the Angels the past few seasons, Jenks is a looming October presence for the White Sox. The grass turned out to be greener on the other side of the field. “I never felt like I had a chance of being here (with the Angels),” Jenks said, though he adds that he has no hard feelings. “Now I feel, being with the White Sox, that every opportunity is there for me.” Kevin Modesti, (818) 713-3616!dtpost [email protected] last_img read more

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Cahill confident Blues can make home advantage count

first_imgGary Cahill insisted Chelsea can feel upbeat about their chances of reaching the quarter-finals of the Champions League after their 2-1 first-leg loss to Paris St-Germain.John Mikel Obi scored a potentially vital away goal against the French Champions, who will visit Stamford Bridge for the second leg on 9 March.Cahill told BT Sport: “We are more confident at home. We know what we need to do.“We knew how tough it was to come here and get a result. The way the tie is poised, we have done it before at home.”Chelsea had to defend for much of the game in ParisWith Kurt Zouma and skipper John Terry out injured, Cahill was partnered at centre-back by Branislav Ivanovic and the pair performed well in a determined Chelsea performance.Ivanovic said: “It was a very difficult game. They scored which was massive for them, but we kept going. We know we have to do everything to win at home and go through.“We came here with courage to try and score the goals and we had a couple of chances before they scored.“We lost concentration in the end. We were a little bit open. With top strikers like PSG have, they take every single chance.“We have to be more compact and more careful, because these small details can decide a game.”More reaction from Paris to follow later.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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