Atlantic Ocean

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Redeployment in the Atlantic Ocean, intelligence superiority, development of communications, progress in the development of Makran coasts and building new vessels are among the Navy's plans in the current (Iranian) year (started on March 21)," he said.
Left, the five-woman team Row For Freedom, (from left) Debbie Beadle, Kate Richardson, Julia Immonen, Helen Leigh and Katie Pattison-Hart, celebrating on the beach in St Port Charles, Barbados, after completing the fastest crossing of the Atlantic Ocean by an all-female team.
Social activities include: new member reception, three hour river cruise, trips to the US North Carolina Battleship and the sandy beaches on the Atlantic Ocean.
With the help of a two-man crew, he crossed the Atlantic Ocean in 14 days and six hours.
An F/A-18A Hornet of Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115 and its pilot were lost at sea during night operations in the Atlantic Ocean on 27 June.
When the North Atlantic Ocean cools, the Caribbean's salinity begins building up because the deep ocean circulation drops to a fraction of its previous rate and the Gulf Stream no longer transports salty water away.
In the Atlantic Ocean in water depths of 180-1600 m, from the northern extent of the EEZ boundary off New England, south to offshore Cape Hatteras, North Carolina at 35[degrees]N.
The 6,681-yard, par-72 layout--designed by PGA Tour veterans Mark McCumber and Gene Littler in 1987--has two distinctly different nines: The front side winds through lush oak forests, while the back skirts the Atlantic Ocean.
The 35-story tower boasts 14 spacious floor plans with private balconies and panoramic views of downtown Miami and the Atlantic Ocean.
New research is sounding the alarm, predicting that climate-related sea level rise is likely to put 80 percent of Nigeria's coastline at risk of being swept away by the surging waves of the Atlantic Ocean.
The European countries insisted on increasing the quota for bluefin tuna in the eastern Atlantic Ocean, while the U.
For islands perched in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, the regular maritime resupply is a physical link with the outside world.
Gray, whose forecasts apply only to the Atlantic Basin (the area encompassing the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico).
Under the leadership of Eli Feldman, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, Metropolitan set about to acquire an entire city block bounded on the south by the boardwalk and Atlantic Ocean, on the north by Surf Avenue and on the east and west by West 28th and West 29th Streets.
With cables laid across the Hudson and Mississippi rivers in the 1840s and under the English Channel and the Irish Sea in the 1850s (see 1851), it became natural to think of a real job, that of laying a cable under the Atlantic Ocean to connect Europe and America.
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