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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Vietnamese government has established a target of 800 MW of wind power installations by 2020, a large part of which will be in nearshore projects.
ibex was named Nearshore Company of the Year from Nearshore Americas, the company said.
Some things about these blooms are consistent--the fact that they start offshore and can be sustained nearshore, for instance.
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While nearshore outsourcing might have some inherent advantages over the traditional offshore model, Jimenez says that the offshore/nearshore distinction is becoming largely irrelevant to sourcing strategies.
This transaction will enable Endava, which provides digital and automation solutions to finance, insurance, telecommunications, media, technology, and retail companies, to further expand its footprint in North America and offer its nearshore delivery model.
Abstract--Diet sampling was conducted during June-September 2013, in the shore zone and adjacent nearshore zone of Delaware Bay, Delaware, to identify day and night changes in nekton density, species richness, and the species assemblage.
Because of these multiple functions, many fish species and life stages use Eelgrass beds more than other nearshore habitat types (Dean and others 2000; Murphy and others 2000; Johnson and Thedinga 2005).
Most studies in the Baltic Sea basin [20,42], the Atlantic [16,32], or the Mediterranean [7] have considered the nearshore as the most valuable area that usually has the greatest ecological importance.