nearshore


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nearshore

[′nir‚shȯr]
(oceanography)
An indefinite zone which extends from the shoreline seaward to a point beyond the breaker zone.
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7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Venice Consulting Group, a Hybrid Nearshore outsourcing development company specializing in web, portal and mobile application development, today announced it has been certified as a Solution Partner of EPiServer(TM), a leading provider of digital marketing and digital commerce solutions.
As waters warmed during the spring and early summer months (March--June), sea turtle sighting rates increased in a northward direction and into nearshore and inshore waters.
With over 30 years of experience understanding computing paradigms and transformations - and from its unique position as a leading nearshore provider with a comprehensive presence in Latin America - Softtek is well-positioned to deliver AWS to global markets in the Americas region.
We selected VCG because of the team's approach towards a long-term partnership in which we would benefit from their Hybrid Nearshore Model.
info is the largest organisation of IT consultants specialising in nearshore and offshore IT development in Poland.
Ciklum is a Danish IT outsourcing company specializing in nearshore software development by establishing and servicing clients' own development teams in Ukraine.
The substrate on the bottom of Hawk Channel is predominantly soft sediment, which is poor conch habitat; consequently, Hawk Channel serves as a barrier to migration and isolates nearshore from offshore conch aggregations (Glazer and Berg, 1994).
Of those, only two can be shallow nearshore rockfish, three cabezon at least 15 inches long, two kelp or rock greenlings at least 12 inches, two lingcod at least 24 inches, five sculpin at least 10 inches and five sheephead at least 12 inches.
COHH researchers may also use nearshore oceanography to study pathogen transport in areas of possible human exposure and to help local governments design and site new or replacement sewage and runoff systems.
Hispanic market, has announced the expansion of its nearshore solution with the addition of a second contact center located in Montertey, Mexico.