offshore water

offshore water

[′ȯf¦shȯr ′wȯd·ər]
(oceanography)
Water adjacent to land in which the physical properties are slightly influenced by continental conditions.
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He also hit an offshore water speed record of 137mph in 1999.
The thermohaline gradient formed in the offshore water column was observed to disappear in winter due to cooling and vertical mixing of the upper layer.
This suggests that the highest water levels at a certain distance from the shoreline (hereafter named offshore water level although it corresponds to a distance of a few kilometres from the shore in this study) are only infrequently synchronized with extreme wave set-up events.
Thus the discharge of polluted water directly in the deep offshore water certainly improves the quality of life in the coastal areas.
We subjected ovigerous lobsters to typical inshore or offshore water temperatures from September to August in the laboratory (n =8 inshore and 8 offshore, each year) and in the field (n = 8 each, inshore and offshore), over 2 successive years.
The Lynx have been sponsored by oil and gas services firm Rigmar, oil and gas consultancy firm Embrion and marine oil and gas consultancy Offshore Water Management.
MANAMA's landmark offshore water fountain could be up and running next month, the Works Ministry said yesterday.
But from many Florida ports you can check offshore water conditions, currents and bait supplies well enough in short order to produce a predictor of the next day's likely hotspots.
OnBoard incorporates digital technologies, remote monitoring and diagnostic software, membranes, chemicals, sulfate removal technology and offshore field and process expertise to help producers improve operations, performance and profitability at offshore water treatment facilities.
Using SevenBore multibore technology minimizes the need for maintenance and repair, making GEs ZeeWeed 700B ideal for offshore water treatment.

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