Coastal Waters


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Coastal Waters

 

in international law, a strip of sea of defined width along the coast of a state, over which its jurisdiction extends. The most common term is “territorial waters.”

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Meanwhile, the coastal waters of Calubian and Leyte, San Pedro bay, Cancabato bay in Tacloban City, all in Leyte and the coastal waters of Biliran province are still free from red tide toxin.
On October 11, another ship which belonged to the Egyptian army and named al-Mahrousa was destroyed by Yemeni missiles in the coastal waters near al-Mukha coast.
the crowd that never stops trying to give the energy industry carte blanche access to this nation's coastal waters.
This work presents a novel application of established biochemical techniques that can be applied to refine diet analyses for shellfish, trace nitrogen entry to coastal waters relative to changes in urbanization or climate, and help discern natural from human-driven influences on coastal ecosystems.
This formula allows for a standardized comparison between EPI inside the lagoon and in coastal waters.
Under normal conditions, underwater springs in Tampa Bay carry more than one-fourth of the nitrogen-bearing nutrients that reach coastal waters, says Kevin D.
Teachers can stock it with crabs, oysters, sea cucumbers, sea stars, sand dollars, periwinkles, mussels, hermit crabs, crayfish and other species that dwell in lakes, rivers and coastal waters.
Most scientists have long believed that great white sharks rarely swim far from the coastal waters where they live.
6 million I striped bass in American coastal waters, the nation's commercial fishermen were insisting that this prized game fish needed no special treatment, that they could rebound on their own despite an annual catch that routinely took juveniles and pregnant females.
coastal waters, as well as the offshore waters of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Gulf of Mexico and Great Lakes.
Deep below the ocean, where technologically advanced systems collide in a final "gambit of death", Second Sunrise escalates to a cataclysmic finale below the coastal waters of the western United States.

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