Oceanica


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a large group of islands in the south Pacific including Melanesia and Micronesia and Polynesia (and sometimes Australasia and the Malay Archipelago)

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The marine plant Posidonia oceanica was randomly collected from individual diving by hand and at a rate of 30 complete Shoots per station (2 stations located in the western part of the Gulf) and per season (winter and summer) at a depth ranging between 5 and 15m depending on the station.
O ultimo era um genero fortemente controlado pelo circuito Rio Grande-Rio de Janeiro, mas que Santos conseguia ocupar certo espaco, certamente em virtude da alta demanda das nacoes com forte atividade mercantil oceanica de produtos primarios, pois esta materia era utilizada para enfardamento de mercadorias para exportacao.
Ma seguire questa spinta emotiva, chiaramente inesaudibile, ha innescato un doloroso fenomeno interiore: di processo in processo mi rendevo conto di bruciare la costruzione che aveva preso corpo nella mia mente: erano infatti diventati a loro modo mitici i luoghi tante volte descritti da mia madre e dai miei nonni e che erano ormai la dimensione in cui, sulla scia di racconti collegati all'affettivita, ero indotto a iterare la rappresentazione mentale; e tanto piu si erano fatti mitici quanto una distanza oceanica impediva un tempo il contatto con un reale sentito come remoto, quasi inattingibile.
Doutorando em Engenharia Naval e Oceanica na Universidade de Sao Paulo, Escola Politecnica -- USP/POLI.
Writing in the journal PLoS ONE, the scientists describe their work with samples of Posidonia oceanica, a clonal seagrass that is found in undersea meadows from Spain to Cyprus.
Ancient giant Posidonia oceanica reproduces asexually, generating clones of itself.
Carlos Duarte of the University of Western Australia in Perth and his team sequenced the DNA of Posidonia oceanica at 40 sites spanning 3500 kilometres of seafloor, from Spain to Cyprus.
El Terreno Amaime--Volcanica: Una Provincia Acrecionada de basaltos de Meseta Oceanica, Memorias V Congreso Colombiano de Geologia, Bucaramanga, Colombia, Tomo 1, 1-30, 1989.
With the appearance of an English translation of Malte-Brun's Universal Geography (1822), Oceanica entered anglophone usage.
Initial lead concentration and flow rate were the main parameters used to evaluate the efficiency of Thomas analytical model for describing lead removal dynamics in fixed bed column using Posidonia oceanica.
Morel, and colleagues at Princeton University measured the uptake of iron in Thalassiosira weissflogii, Thalassiosira oceanica, Phaeodactylum tricornutum, and Emiliana huxleyi.
Two such victims, Gephyrocapsa oceanica (left) and Emiliania huxleyi are notable for their "blooms" (satellite image, above), population bursts that change the color of the seas and influence global temperatures by increasing the amount of light reflected off the planet.
The declaration was inspired by the 16th century walled city of Dalt Vila, the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta, the Puig des Molins necropolis and the underwater meadows of Posidonia Oceanica seagrass.
The declaration was inspired by the 16th-century walled city of Dalt Vila, the Phoenician settlement of Sa Caleta, the Puig des Molins necropolis and the underwater meadows of Posidonia Oceanica seagrass.
He published his manifesto, whereby he set himself forth as the deliverer of the isles of the sea and vicar- general of all Oceanica.