Ice-breaking service refers to ice conditions
to assist vessels, towing and ensuring traffic safety and traffic guidance related.
Bowhead whales selected shallow inner-shelf waters during moderate and light ice, and deeper slope habitat in heavy ice conditions
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The Company has been advised by the drilling contractor, Major Drilling, that heavy snow and poor ice conditions
require drilling be delayed by one to two weeks.
Earlier, the Arcticaborg was active in various oil and gas related projects in the Caspian Sea, which is characterized by shallow waters and severe ice conditions
Drivers can perform additional code scans for on-route data collection to record obstacles such as locked gates, debris blockage, or unexpected snow and ice conditions
The ice conditions
have dramatically changed since Ann last visited the region in 1986, so it is critical that our training simulates as much as possible the extreme conditions of our next expedition.
sailing, sailing to meet the needs in the worst ice conditions
in the Arctic.
7, due to continued freezing rain and ice conditions
at Portland International Airport.
throughout most of the Arctic have been favourable for shipping this year and that has facilitated access to communities by commercial vessels.
Ground geophysics will be completed at Stephens Lake before year-end to locate airborne geophysical anomalies, and diamond drilling will begin as soon as ice conditions
permit in 2003.
Implementing software for time-domain simulation of moored floating structures in broken ice conditions
will enable operators as well as designers and other stakeholders to estimate local and global ice loads based on state-of-the-art methods.
Ground geophysical surveys will be conducted over this and other high priority targets identified from the survey during December and January, followed by drilling in February 2002 when ice conditions
are suitable for testing lake targets.