Mapping munition dump sites in the Baltic Sea
An international team of scientists working on the multi-year research project ‘Towards the Monitoring of Dumped Munitions Threat’ (MODUM), supported by NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme.
Environmental impacts of military conflicts
Military attacks have alarming consequences on our ecosystem. Their huge footprint includes millions of tons of ammunition in our oceans, contaminating landscapes, and 10% of global carbon emissions.
Ocean Dumping of Chemical Weapons
This is a trailer of the documentary “Deadly Depths,” won “Best Documentary German Green Screen Film Fest 2014” for having amazing footage and being extremely informative. Featuring IDUM founder and munitions expert, Terry Long.
ORDTEK has created a detailed mine map of munitions dumps surrounding the UK.
The image above shows a static picture of the map they created, but clicking on the link will give you an interactive experience.
We also posted this by BBC on our official Facebook page.
The CNS is based in the U.S and has devoted much effort into research on munitions dumps off the US coast.
“This represents only one of dozens of dumping operations conducted off the U.S. coast. So far the staff at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (http://cns.miis.edu) have located and chronicled 127 locations where either human exposure to or disposal of chemical weapons agents and/or munitions has occurred.”