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deep water

[′dēp ′wȯd·ər]
(oceanography)
An ocean area where depth of the water layer is greater than one-half the wave length.
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The team also simulated deep water light environments in their experimental coral aquarium and found that brightly red fluorescent corals had a better chance of survival in the long run compared to their non-pigmented counterparts.
The Tornar Deep Water BOP cleaner is an advanced version of our shallow water model, the Tornar BOP cleaner, which was released in summer 2012 and has proven its value in many North Sea jobs.
The FT adds observations that Shell intends to begin exploring waters off the west coast of Sicily, Australia s APX started drilling last week between Tunisia and Italy and American deep water driller Diamond Offshore is in the process of relocating a rig from the Gulf of Mexico to Egypt.
He adds if the federal government can subsidize a deep water port in Churchill, Manitoba, "why can't we have one here?
In the above case, therefore, the only bets that are affected by the withdrawal of Deep Water at its revised price are those that were placedafterthe withdrawal of Mister McGoldrick.
Because deep water running is performed wearing a flotation device and submerged neck-deep in a swimming pool, you have the added benefits of zero-impact aerobic activity.
John Gillooly, vice president of Western Hemisphere Data Processing at PGS added, "By working with IBM, we can now scale real-time to handle requests for urgent deep water imaging solutions.
Changes in deep water circulation may have played an important role in controlling global climate during the geological past, especially during the last million years, a period characterized by cyclical climatic oscillations between ice ages and warm interglacial periods.
For instance, deep water emergencies can involve victims on the bottom, on the surface, or in transition - that is, moving up and down.
Deep Water Point, a business navigator for federal contractors, today announced that Thomas Wiesner will be coming on board as of July 4, 2012.
Shells global deep water business is a growth priority for the company and currently produces 600,000 boe/d.
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