submergence


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sinking until covered completely with water

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In addition, if they can increase submergence threshold, they causing delay in spillway submergence, and vortexes and circulation intensify.
The Centre submitted an affidavit, stating that protection against submergence would be ensured by constructing embankments.
It can withstand submergence in water and is salt-spray tolerant due to a hydrophobic filter barrier, making it suitable for marine applications.
They represent intuitive patterns of remembering: of the emergence and submergence, the appearance and disappearance, of the figures of memory--be they big black bugs, hanged men, grotesque faces, or butterflies drowned in expanding blots of ink.
His hypothesis is that if great earthquakes did cause these soil patterns, then similar evidence of submergence should extend for at least 100 km.
Team from Deep Submergence Laboratory of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Honored for Accomplishments in Undersea Discovery, Remotely Operated Vehicle Development
Tenders are invited for measurement of properties and photography and video shooting of properties and land coming in submergence area of isarda dam as per section 19(1) of land acquisition act 2013 for villages mandawar and sangrura
Finally, the geometric parameters are including the rigid boundary distance, submergence, magnitude, angle and high of the jet source [3,4].
Navy's Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicle is recovered by her support ship, TransQuest, five miles off the coast of San Diego after making her first dive.
Oceanographic Institution's Deep Submergence Laboratory, and his colleagues from the French Institute for the Research and Exploitation of the Sea (Infremer) first mapped out a 100-square-mile search area about 500 miles east of Newfoundland.
Team from Deep Submergence Laboratory of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution to be Honored for Accomplishments in Undersea Discovery, Remotely Operated Vehicle Development
The world's biggest inhabited river island, Majuli, is facing a threat of complete submergence.
Off Bermuda, researchers from the WHOI Deep Submergence Laboratory also tested the newest member of WHOI's deep-sea fleet, Sentry, for the first time in deep water.
The Navy's Deep Submergence Systems Review Group were in the early stages of developing the Navy's first underwater rescue vehicles, two of which could reach 98 percent of the ocean's floor.