01 February 2013

Islamorada Journal 2013…01 FEB



SMALL CRAFT SHOULD EXERCISE CAUTION
SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TONIGHT

Thursday afternoon: northwest to north winds 15 to 20 knots. Bay waters choppy to rough. Isolated showers.

Thursday night: north winds near 20 knots and gusty. Bay waters rough. Isolated showers in the evening.

Friday: north to northeast winds near 20 knots. Bay waters rough.

Friday night: northeast winds near 20 knots. Bay waters rough.

Saturday: northeast to east winds 15 to 20 knots. Bay waters choppy.



Isn't it amazing though the way one person's poison can be another's antidote?


Meanwhile, in other news...


• “Fish Ladders and Elevators Not Working”

“For instance, the first Merrimack River [New Hampshire] dam aims to let 300,000 river herring pass through; the mean number for the years 2008 to 2011 was 706 per year. The goal at the first Connecticut River dam is 300,000 to 500,000 fish. There, the mean for those same years was 86.

And for the Susquehanna, the goal is 5 million river herring spawning above the fourth dam, which passed an average of seven herring from 2008 to 2011. This means that very few fish are reaching quality breeding grounds, which has likely contributed to the decimation in river herring populations.”

Source: ScienceMag.org


• NOAA Announces Free Nautical 'BookletCharts' for Boaters

“One of NOAA's handiest navigation products, especially for recreational boaters, has been Coast Survey's experimental BookletCharts™ -- nautical charts that are easy to download and print from home computers. Coast Survey has now moved the

”BookletCharts from experimental stage into official production. Nearly a thousand newly updated BookletCharts are available free on the Web.

”NOAA's new official BookletCharts cover the 95,000 miles of U.S. coastline and the Great Lakes….”

Source: NOAA

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