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  • Sediment Profile Imagery — (SPI) is an underwater technique for photographing the interface between the seabed and the overlying water. The technique is used to measure or estimate biological, chemical, and physical processes occurring in the first few centimetres of… …   Wikipedia

  • titanium — /tuy tay nee euhm/, n. Chem. a dark gray or silvery, lustrous, very hard, light, corrosion resistant, metallic element, occurring combined in various minerals: used in metallurgy to remove oxygen and nitrogen from steel and to toughen it. Symbol …   Universalium

  • Forbes, Edward — born Feb. 12, 1815, Douglas, Isle of Man died Nov. 18, 1854, near Edinburgh, Scot. British naturalist. After studying medicine, he left the field to devote himself to natural history. He conducted extensive research on mollusks and sea stars,… …   Universalium

  • River Mersey — Mersey redirects here. For other meanings, see Mersey (disambiguation). River Mersey River …   Wikipedia

  • Manchester Ship Canal — The Stolt Kittiwake heading toward the Mersey Estuary, 2005 Principal engineer Edward Leader Williams Date of act …   Wikipedia

  • Woolston Eyes — The Woolston Eyes is a Site of Special Scientific Interest located in the town of Warrington, England. The eyes themselves are used for the dumping of dredgings from the Manchester Ship Canal.The Woolston Eyes Conservation Group manages the site… …   Wikipedia

  • Dredging — Dredge redirects here. For other uses, see Dredge (disambiguation). Dredgers redirects here. For the German municipality, see Dreggers. Dredging is an excavation activity or operation usually carried out at least partly underwater, in shallow… …   Wikipedia

  • Charles Wyville Thomson — Sir Charles Wyville Thomson (5 March 1830 – 10 March 1882) was a Scottish zoologist and chief scientist on the Challenger expedition. Contents 1 Career 2 Interests …   Wikipedia

  • USS Albatross (1882) — The second USS Albatross was an iron hulled, twin screw steamer in the United States Navy and reputedly the first vessel ever built especially for marine research. Albatross was laid down at Wilmington, Delaware, by Pusey and Jones in March 1882; …   Wikipedia

  • Stave River — Geobox River name = Stave River native name = other name = other name1 = image size = image caption = country = Canada country1 = state = British Columbia state1 = region = region1 = district = district1 = city = Mission, British Columbia city1 …   Wikipedia

  • Xifengite — Xifengite(Fe5Si3) is a metallic mineral. The crystal system of Xifengite is hexagonal. It has a specific gravity of 6.45 and a Mohs hardness of 5.5. It occurs as steel gray inclusions within other meteorite derived nickel iron mineral phases.It… …   Wikipedia

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