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aquatic

a marine or freshwater animal or plant

aquatic

[ə′kwäd·ik]
(biology)
Living or growing in, on, or near water; having a water habitat.
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Glenmark Aquatic Foundation, a non-profit organization with a vision to put India on the world swimming map, today announced its 'Week with the Legend' programme with 2-time US Olympic Swimming Coach - Richard Shoulberg.
The Aquatics Conference, taking place at the 3rd FINA World Aquatics Convention (November 29-December 1) at the The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, is set to inspire a fruitful future for the sport.
Day 2, Friday 25 July Thirteen sports are in action and 23 gold medals will be awarded across Aquatics (Swimming), Badminton, Boxing, Cycling (Track), Gymnastics (Rhythmic), Hockey, Judo, Lawn Bowls, Netball, Shooting, Squash, Table Tennis and Weightlifting.
The Aquatic Capital of America Foundation's strategic initiatives are to support aquatic events, clean water and water conservation efforts; and lead fundraising efforts to support youth aquatics and water safety, refurbish and improve local facilities, improve access to pool- and water-related activities, and provide scholarships.
Second, such an array of aquatic courses and even offering a minor in aquatics would allow teacher candidates to have careers in teaching and/or coaching aquatic sports (Fawcett, 2001).
The Aquatics Center will feature six 75 foot lanes and increased accommodations for members with disabilities.
Aquatics director Michael Galvan works in the water with one of the many children who come to exercise at the Big Fun pool in Reseda.
Your aquatics staff--whether canoeing, water skiing, sailing, kayaking, windsurfing instructors, or other instructors--need to perform these rescues and emergency procedures in an aquatic environment similar to where they will be working.
Vista del Monte, part of the Front Porch organization (the largest Southern California-based nonprofit provider of retirement housing, healthcare, and other services to seniors), opened its Fitness & Aquatic Center in January 2000, and the community has been reaping the benefits ever since.
Because this is a daunting challenge even for a risk manager with a background in aquatics, a team of experts is often required, including insurers, legal staff, paramedics and aquatic experts.
71), but most ecologists say they will be left high and dry when NAPAP's large aquatics programs wind to a close.
Becker will look at what important public health issues might aquatics play the greatest role, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes and metabolic syndromes, respiratory dysfunction, and depression and chronic fatigue syndrome.