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Marine

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Marine

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n.
  1. a member of the United States Marine Corps; devil dog; leatherneck; shipboard soldier

marine

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adj.
  1. of or relating to the sea
  2. of or relating to military personnel who serve both on land and at sea (specifically the U.S. Marine Corps)
  3. relating to or characteristic of or occurring on or in the sea
  4. native to or inhabiting the sea
  5. relating to or involving ships or shipping or navigation or seamen; nautical; maritime

marine

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n.
  1. a soldier who serves both on shipboard and on land

Marine Corps

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n.
  1. an amphibious division of the United States Navy; United States Marine Corps; United States Marines; US Marine Corps; USMC

Marine Corps Intelligence Activity

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n.
  1. an agency of the United States Marine Corps that provides responsive and broad intelligence support for the worldwide Marine Corps organization; MCIA

US Marine Corps

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n.
  1. an amphibious division of the United States Navy; United States Marine Corps; United States Marines; Marine Corps; USMC

United States Marine Corps

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n.
  1. an amphibious division of the United States Navy; United States Marines; Marine Corps; US Marine Corps; USMC

marine animal

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n.
  1. any of numerous animals inhabiting the sea including e.g. fishes and molluscs and many mammals; marine creature; sea animal; sea creature

marine archaeology

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n.
  1. the archeology of underwater sites; marine archeology; underwater archeology; underwater archaeology

marine archeology

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n.
  1. the archeology of underwater sites; marine archaeology; underwater archeology; underwater archaeology

marine creature

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n.
  1. any of numerous animals inhabiting the sea including e.g. fishes and molluscs and many mammals; marine animal; sea animal; sea creature

marine engineer

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n.
  1. a naval officer responsible for the operation and maintenance of the ship's engines; naval engineer
E.g.
  • Her father, A. Conrad Wall, was a marine engineer.
  • I went back to work as a marine engineer on Monday.
  • He gave up a lucrative career as a marine engineer to pursue music.

marine glue

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n.
  1. glue that is not water soluble

marine iguana

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n.
  1. shore-dwelling seaweed-eating lizard of the Galapagos Islands; Amblyrhynchus cristatus

marine law

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n.
  1. the branch of international law that deals with territorial and international waters or with shipping or with ocean fishery etc.; maritime law; admiralty law

marine mine

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n.
  1. an explosive mine designed to destroy ships that bump into it; floating mine

marine museum

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n.
  1. a tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals; aquarium; fish tank

marine mussel

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n.
  1. marine bivalve mollusk having a dark elongated shell; live attached to solid objects especially in intertidal zones; mytilid

marine turtle

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n.
  1. any of various large turtles with limbs modified into flippers; widely distributed in warm seas; sea turtle

merchant marine

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n.
  1. the crew of a merchant vessel
  2. conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry; shipping; cargo ships; merchant vessels
E.g.
  • In 2002 the Azerbaijani merchant marine had 54 ships.
  • In 2002, the Azerbaijani merchant marine had 54 ships.
  • The act signified the birth of the modern American merchant marine.

marine gastropod

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  • It is a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Pleurobranchaeidae.
  • It is a predatory marine gastropod in the family Naticidae, the moon snails.
  • It is a typical true limpet; a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Patellidae, with gills.
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  • Conus guinaicus Conus guinaicus is a species of predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk.
  • Tegula atra Tegula atra is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Tegulidae.
  • Tegula picta Tegula picta is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Tegulidae.

marine species

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  • This marine species of cone snail occurs off Cuba.
  • This marine species occurs off the Solomon Islands
  • This marine species occurs off Southern Madagascar

marine species occurs

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  • This marine species occurs off the Solomon Islands
  • This marine species occurs off Southern Madagascar
  • This marine species occurs off Japan and Indonesia.
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  • It is a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Pleurobranchaeidae.
  • It is a typical true limpet; a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Patellidae, with gills.
  • Mikro hattonensis Mikro hattonensis is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Skeneidae.
E.g.
  • Vicimitra Vicimitra is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Mitroidea.
  • Philorene Philorene is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Skeneidae.
  • Magnamitra Magnamitra is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Mitridae.

marine life

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  • The extinction seems to have only affected marine life.
  • The SMR protects all marine life within its boundaries.
  • The waters of the islands support a rich variety of marine life.

marine environment

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  • The formation has been deposited in a shallow marine environment.
  • Their features became adapted for living in the marine environment.
  • The dolphin ear has specific adaptations to the marine environment.

marine mammals

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  • This adaptation is also known from marine mammals.
  • Kükenthal specialized in the Octocorallia and on marine mammals.
  • Hunters can hunt marine mammals from kayaks throughout the year.

marine protected

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  • However, it is present in several marine protected areas.
  • Greece has established several marine protected areas along its coasts.
  • The exhibit includes species native to the nearby marine protected areas.

marine fish

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  • It is a species of marine fish in the family Tetraodontidae.
  • It is a brightly colored marine fish with shades of blue, green, and orange.
  • Hawaii has the highest rate of endemism of its nearshore marine fish species at 24.3%.

species of marine

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  • The wetland consists of 10 species of marine creatures.
  • It is a species of marine fish in the family Tetraodontidae.
  • The low-lying island has widespread rainforest and several rare species of marine turtle.

other marine

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  • Silvering is found in other marine animals as well as fish.
  • It is an opportunistic predator of other marine invertebrates.
  • Additionally there are modest kelp beds and other marine vegetation.

marine biologist

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  • Analysis in 1974 by the American marine biologist B.W.
  • It was described by German marine biologist Carl Chun in 1911.
  • His youngest daughter was the noted marine biologist Marie Lebour.

marine biology

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  • He is now a physiologist with a strong interest in marine biology.
  • She studied marine biology at Hopkins Marine Station in California.
  • She received an MSc in marine biology from the University of Hawaii.

marine animals

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  • Many of the stages are named after marine animals (e.g.
  • Silvering is found in other marine animals as well as fish.
  • Dolphin echolocation clicks are amongst the loudest sounds made by marine animals.

marine protected areas

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  • However, it is present in several marine protected areas.
  • Greece has established several marine protected areas along its coasts.
  • The exhibit includes species native to the nearby marine protected areas.

marine organisms

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  • Many marine organisms also contain alkaloids.
  • Purely biological products such as the shells of marine organisms are not accepted.
  • More than 235 marine organisms live in both polar regions, having bridged the gap of .

marine environments

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  • Some species are found in marine environments.
  • It is found in marine environments on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • In marine environments, bacterial endosymbionts have more recently been discovered.
E.g.
  • Ginebis Ginebis is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Eucyclidae.
  • Laguncula Laguncula is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Naticidae.
  • Siphopteron Siphopteron is a genus of sea slugs, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Gastropteridae.

marine resources

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  • It has a continued involvement in marine resources.
  • Fishing and take of all living marine resources is prohibited.
  • The exploitation of these marine resources has a long tradition in Spain.

marine ecosystems

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  • Cornwall has varied habitats including terrestrial and marine ecosystems.
  • Round gobies are euryhaline (salt-tolerant) and are found in both freshwater and marine ecosystems.
  • The station has living quarters and laboratories for students and researchers to study marine ecosystems.

marine waters

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  • They are found in tropical and subtropical marine waters worldwide.
  • Individual specimens are sometimes found in soil, but mostly in fresh and marine waters.
  • It is amphidromous, moving between coastal marine waters and freshwater lakes and rivers.

marine sediments

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  • Anaerolineaceae bacteria occur in marine sediments.
  • Both series of fissual eruptions are separated by terrestrial and marine sediments.
  • This type of anaerobic oxidation of methane (AOM) mainly occurs in anoxic marine sediments.

marine invertebrates

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  • It includes Atlantic tropical marine invertebrates.
  • It is an opportunistic predator of other marine invertebrates.
  • A large number of marine invertebrates inhabit the abyssal plain.

marine bivalve

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  • Arctica (bivalve) Arctica is a genus of saltwater clams, marine bivalve mollusks in the family Arcticidae.
  • The geoduck is a large edible saltwater clam, a marine bivalve mollusk, that is native to the Pacific Northwest.
  • Senilia Senilia is a genus of edible saltwater clams, marine bivalve mollusks in the family Arcidae, the ark shells.

shallow marine

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  • The formation has been deposited in a shallow marine environment.
  • The formation has been deposited in a shallow marine environment in an oxygen-poor basin.
  • The Imperial Formation preserves many corals as well as shallow marine invertebrates and vertebrates.

marine park

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  • The Foundation and Pew are also advocating for the creation of a marine park around the South Sandwich Islands on the edge of the Antarctic.
  • Shek O Country Park Shek O Country Park is a rural marine park located on Shek O, Southern District, Hong Kong and facing the South China Sea.
  • The new proposal did not include the safari park or the marine park, but the theme park was still to be larger than the other two Great Americas.

marine west coast

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  • According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Ghent has a marine west coast climate, abbreviated "Cfb" on climate maps.
  • Based on the Köppen climate classification, The Spearhead is located in the marine west coast climate zone of western North America.

marine west

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  • According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Ghent has a marine west coast climate, abbreviated "Cfb" on climate maps.
  • Based on the Köppen climate classification, The Spearhead is located in the marine west coast climate zone of western North America.

marine mammal

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  • Walrus (disambiguation) A walrus is a large, flippered marine mammal.
  • In the United States, the best known are the SeaWorld marine mammal parks.
  • The Russian military is believed to have closed its marine mammal program in the early 1990s.

extinct marine

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  • This extinct marine species is endemic to New Zealand
  • This extinct marine species is endemic to New Zealand.

marine arthropods

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  • Some of these extinct marine arthropods exceeded in length.
  • Paranephrolenellus Paranephrolenellus is an extinct genus of trilobite, fossil marine arthropods.
  • Emigrantia Emigrantia is an extinct genus of trilobites, fossil marine arthropods, of small to average size.

fossil marine

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  • Paranephrolenellus Paranephrolenellus is an extinct genus of trilobite, fossil marine arthropods.
  • Emigrantia Emigrantia is an extinct genus of trilobites, fossil marine arthropods, of small to average size.
  • Bolbolenellus Bolbolenellus is an extinct genus of trilobites, fossil marine arthropods, with five species attributed to it currently.

extinct marine species

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  • This extinct marine species is endemic to New Zealand
  • This extinct marine species is endemic to New Zealand.

marine protected area

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  • In 2012, France founded "parc naturel marin des Glorieuses", a marine protected area, to preserve the endangered flora and fauna of the islands.
  • Due to the rich biodiversity in the Endeavour Hydrothermal Vents, the Canada's Oceans Act declared this site as the first marine protected area in 2003.
  • In 2008, it became, together with the other Phoenix Islands, a part of the Phoenix Islands Protected Area (PIPA), the largest marine protected area in the world.

marine science

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  • "Changing Seas" explores marine science topics along with marine experts from around the globe.
  • In 1982, Baker was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for services to marine science.
  • This interesting setting provides practical opportunities in the study of marine science and management for both students and researchers.
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  • Paranephrolenellus Paranephrolenellus is an extinct genus of trilobite, fossil marine arthropods.
  • Emigrantia Emigrantia is an extinct genus of trilobites, fossil marine arthropods, of small to average size.
  • Bolbolenellus Bolbolenellus is an extinct genus of trilobites, fossil marine arthropods, with five species attributed to it currently.

marine engineering

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  • He studied marine engineering at the "L'École Nationale Supérieure de Maritime" in Paris.
  • Lightening holes have also been used in marine engineering to increase seaworthiness of the vessel.
  • Engineering programs include marine engineering technology and offshore coastal and systems engineering.

marine conservation

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  • Ingram's career has been focused on marine conservation.
  • The Ocean Agency The Ocean Agency is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to marine conservation.
  • Takiora Ingram Takiora Ingram is a senior governmental policy advisor on marine conservation from the Cook Islands.

coastal marine

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  • plankton) are the basis of the coastal marine food chain, and others (e.g.
  • It is amphidromous, moving between coastal marine waters and freshwater lakes and rivers.
  • In contrast, coastal marine terraces can be preserved only by tectonism or a progressive lowering of sea level.

marine engines

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  • The plants were converted to produce marine engines.
  • Products shown include cars, trucks, marine engines, and buses.
  • After Deutz took over, the plant specialised in marine engines.

marine reptiles

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  • Pliosauroidea Pliosauroidea is an extinct clade of marine reptiles.
  • Pleiosaur Pleiosaur is a misspelling of either of two types of extinct marine reptiles:
  • These deposits preserve an ecosystem known as the Guanling biota, which was dominated by marine reptiles.

marine research

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  • Many of Dalhousie's faculties and departments focus on marine research.
  • Its three original objectives were teaching, basic research, and applied marine research.
  • She is a member of the editorial board for Yale University's journal for marine research "The Sea".

marine reserve

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  • The 164,200-square-mile (425,300-square-kilometer) marine reserve contains eight coral atolls including Kanton.
  • In 2015, it again partnered with the British Government and also with the Pew Charitable Trusts for the creation of a marine reserve around the Pitcairn Islands.
  • Fishing, swimming, diving and collecting organisms are strictly prohibited in the marine reserve and a permit must be obtained from the AFCD before conducting research there.

marine habitats

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  • Some grow in fresh water, some in marine habitats.
  • These factors give visitors easy access to both freshwater and marine habitats.
  • Other habitat types include wetlands, grasslands, bogs, fens, scrub habitats, coastal and marine habitats.

marine deposits

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  • A close relative of "Pomatodelphis" is "Prepomatodelphis" from marine deposits in Austria.
  • These rocks come from marine deposits (essentially from lagoons) dating from between 25 and 5 million years ago.
  • The fossil was found in marine deposits, further supporting that the primitive turtle frequented shallow marine water.

found in marine

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  • Some species are found in marine environments.
  • In Arctic areas, particularly high levels are found in marine mammals.
  • It is found in marine environments on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.
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