Category Archives: Korea

Dreading the Dredging: Military Buildup on Guam and Implications for Marine Biodiversity in Apra Harbor

Originally published at ScientificAmerican.com By: Meghan Heneghan In 2006, The United States-Japan ‘Roadmap for Realignment Implementation’ agreement was signed—a bilateral agreement of a relocation of over 8,600 U.S. Marine Corps members from Okinawa, Japan to Guam, the U.S. Territory in … Continue reading

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Bringing War to the “Island of Peace” – The Fight for the Preservation of Jeju-do

Originally published at ScientificAmerican.com By Laura Hough Located approximately 130 km from South Korea’s southern coast, the beautiful Jeju Island (or Jeju-do) is South Korea’s largest island and smallest province.  Inhabitants of the island live lives primarily focused on fishing … Continue reading

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