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Adrift.org.au

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Want to know where your message in a bottle will turn up or track down the path of local floating pollution? Use Adrift.org.au to forecast where rubber duckies or floating debris in the ocean is likely to end up in 10 years. So, take a leap into the virtual ocean today and see where it takes you.
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Dr Erik van Sebille's website tracking those ducks... Material seas: knowledge produced by the ocean.

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The beaches where Lego keeps washing up

The beaches where Lego keeps washing up | Maritime space and material seas | Scoop.it
A container filled with Lego fell into the sea in 1997. The pieces are still turning up today.
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Material seas - Archaeology Blogs

Material seas - Archaeology Blogs | Maritime space and material seas | Scoop.it
    In the last week I’ve spent an improbably large amount of time thinking about various philosophical conceptions of maritime space. This is due partly to Monday’s British Waters and Beyond: The cultural significance of the sea since 1800 at the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol, and partly to my increasing obsession with sailing directions. With our …
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Material seas - maritime space, embodied knowledges and Channel pilots.

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Ducks overboard! What happens to goods lost at sea?

Ducks overboard! What happens to goods lost at sea? | Maritime space and material seas | Scoop.it
On a stormy January night in 1992, out in the Pacific Ocean, 29,000 plastic yellow ducks, blue turtles and green frogs fell from a cargo ship and were lost at sea.
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Ducks and ocean currents... knowledge created by the sea.

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Material seas and political acts - Archaeology Blogs

Material seas and political acts - Archaeology Blogs | Maritime space and material seas | Scoop.it
Monday was wonderfully watery at the British Water and Beyond symposium. Our session was truly interdisciplinary, with papers from an artist, literary scholar, archaeologist and anthropologist all converging on questions of maritime space, modernity and material seas. John Hartley discussed Deleuze, DeLanda and his own Contingency Research Platform, an absolutely amazing piece of marine hacking/boat building art. Julia Heunemann’s paper on …
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Material seas - maritime space, assemblage theory and the politics of a flat ontology...

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