Question: Is the training as good as can be done at sea
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Their mothers were nowhere in sight--and the sea
ice on which the calves had been resting was gone.
I've never thought about how volcanic eruptions would affect sea
level, but it makes sense," says Alan Robock, an atmospheric scientist at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.
Cordaro said many sea
lions are sick, especially females that are eating a lot of anchovies and sardines to produce milk for their young.
Incredible as it may seem, Kissinger's offer didn't placate the socialist bloc that dominated the Law of the Sea
Results obtained in the present study indicate that the developing sea
urchin embryo possesses a high-affinity choline transporter whose biochemical and pharmacologic properties resemble those found for the transporter present in the mammalian brain, and that this transporter plays a similar role in the trophic functions of ACh.
Designed during the Cold War to hunt Soviet submarines from aircraft carriers, the Sea
King has an outstanding maximum unrefueled range of 625 miles.
Shicun and Keyuan stress that maritime security is of vital importance to the South China Sea
(10) (the concept of maritime security can apply to any seas
around the world).
At 150 meters (492 feet) beneath the ocean's surface, there is a region of the sea
nicknamed the twilight zone.
Left to its own devices, the Aral Sea
would today be just as large as it was in 1960.
Mitchell connected with them in 2004, one week after Sea
moved cross-country with Bitch and their mini pinscher-dachshund-Chihuahua mix, Romano, to live in Bitch's Brooklyn, N.
I was excited to be part of a group of students from Lim6n who were invited to go to a reserve to work with the sea
A decrease in summer sea
ice north of Alaska in recent decades can't explain the warming measured in Alaska's interior.
When I did a survey two years ago to evaluate the effectiveness of Naval Sea
Systems Command (NAVSEA)'s Systems Engineering Development Program, one of the areas that emerged as profoundly influencing new engineers in the program was the chance to experience situations that gave them direct contact with the sailors.