…waters are conventionally regarded as fresh.
Waters for these dangerous comments," McCarthy wrote in a tweet posted on Monday evening.
The EU says it is willing to lose 25% in value of the fish its fleets catch in UK waters.
"When it's forbidden to fish inside the 12 miles or so of English waters it's over for me - 80% of my catch comes from English waters.
With these fisheries there are many traditional rights to fishing certain waters.
Magnesia and many trace minerals, notably lithium, also constitute medicinal waters.
The composition of these waters may evolve along several different paths, depending on their initial chemical makeup.
“Most of this overfishing is not illegal, that’s the problem,” Gutiérrez says, as most of it goes on in international waters.
At any particular time, lake waters or waters entering a lake may have a biological or chemical potential for oxygen utilization.
The mixing of the warm waters with the Bering Sea’s cold waters contributes to an atmospheric low-pressure centre known as the Aleutian low.
The concentrations of nutrient salts of nitrogen, phosphorus, and silica are very uniform in abyssal waters and are much higher than in overlying waters.
Its waters along the Malay Peninsula, however, favour molluscan growth, and there are about 250 edible species of fish in those intensively fished coastal waters.
Upwelling occurs when strong winds running parallel to the coast push surface waters away from the shore, drawing up cold, nutrient-rich waters from the deep ocean.
As discussed in Section 2.3 below, Waters’ focus is on stretches of DNA whose causal roles are as actual specific difference makers in genetic mechanisms (Waters 2007).
Nevertheless, no major group actually evolved in inland waters; all evolved either in the sea or on land, whence the biological invasion of inland waters eventually took place.
Of these, the resources most available for use are the waters of the oceans, rivers, and lakes; other available water resources include groundwater and deep subsurface waters and glaciers and permanent snowfields.
The first growth occurs in the spring after the mixing of waters in winter, and the second during the autumnal mixing, when the cold surface waters descend and the deeper waters come to the surface while there is still sufficient sunlight for plant growth.
“Ministers should take a long hard look at whether allowing supertrawlers to operate in UK waters is compatible with sustainable management of our waters, as well as investigating the impact of the UK’s industrial distant water fleet in other countries’ waters.”
The definition of the high seas has changed somewhat since the creation of the various maritime zones, so that they now are considered to be those waters not included in the exclusive economic zone, territorial sea, or internal waters of states or in the archipelagic waters of archipelagic states.
The ocean is ploughed by the action of winds drifting surface waters away from coastal areas, by nutrient-rich waters welling up from the depths, and during the winter season of the temperate regions by cooled surface waters becoming heavier and sinking downward, forcing nutrient-rich waters to rise.
- the serous fluid in which the embryo is suspended inside the amnion
Example: before a woman gives birth her waters break
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