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Atlantic Ocean

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The Atlantic Ocean is the large body of water that separates North America and South America from Europe.
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Passenger list for s s strathnaver sailed from tilbury 1-5-58
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The Spanish explorer (of Portuguese origin but sailed with Spanish flag) named Ferdinand Magellan crossed the strait of Magellan (comes from his name) between Antarctica and South America, and discover the new ocean. At the time of crossing he thought that it appeared very calm and peaceful, thus he…
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The Earth is 4.5 billion years old and in the first billion years, oceans formed and became salty with a salinity that has not change greatly in the last three billion years. Salt Source: Salt is continually supplied to our oceans as the result of of minerals leaching and dissolving from the solid e…
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the Atlantic Pact is a pact between most of the Atlantic countries against communism
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ours have a tank next to the radiator pipe, and manage well in kitchen. When we do a full water change we add a kettle of boiled water BEFORE they go back in and this seems to do them nicely, they are 2 years old. The above answer is terrible. Who cares if it is next to a radiator pipe...and what …
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It was named after the lost city of Atlantis.To be more specific, the waters surrounding the large island of Atlantis was known as the Atlantis Sea.Plato's writings were the first ACCEPTED notes regarding Atlantis, but other cultures from that era wrote about it as well.The father of history "herodo…
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Answer The SR-71 "Blackbird" holds the record for flying from New York to London in 1 hour 54 minutes and 56.4 seconds, set on 1 September 1974. This equates to an average velocity of about Mach 2.68, including slowing down for in-flight refueling. Peak speeds during this flight were probably c…
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Some cons are: People will start breaking rules and bringing a whole different culture into America and then when a commercial or something talks about their religion they will get all upset. Also we would have to include spanish and other languages into everything that we have English on. Also if w…
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Straight across the Atlantic Ocean from New Jersey, you'd be South of Portugal.
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The Atlantic Ocean acted as a geographical "buffer" that made more deliberate and effective control over the colonists impractical and difficult, thereby, allowing those colonists who advocated refvolution and freedom to freely nurture their plans and ambitions and see them come to fruition.
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Answer - Not Scaremongering If and when the Cumbre VIeja erupts the chance of a "Mega Tsunami" that could destroy cities is VERY VERY REMOTE!! Why? Because unfortunatly the most sensational theory of all has gotten the most media attention. That being that the entire mountain will collaps into the …
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Europe too close? 3/24/06 It depends on whether you measure the distance between NA and Greenland (which belongs to Denmark, therefore is Europe)from Cape Dyer on Baffin Island to the west coast of Greenland--about 100 statute miles--or measure the distance between Ellesmere Island across the Na…
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Most of the salt in the oceans came from land. Over millions of years, rain, rivers, and streams have washed over rocks containing the compound sodium chloride (NaCl), and carried it into the sea. You may know sodium chloride by its common name: table salt! Some of the salt in the oceans comes from …
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The trenches were in the front lines of the war zone, they were dug by the soldiers who then both fought from and lived in these trenches for long periods of time. They were small but not as small as we would think. They were dug in a zigzag pattern so that if an enemy breached the defenses and ente…
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The ocean water is cycled through the Earth's crust, changing its mineral composition in the process. The water goes down through cracks in the Earth's crust until it hits very hot rock. It becomes superheated and dissolves minerals from the rocks, then shoots up through the hydrothermal vents back …
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That would depend upon your definition of an average plane. Civilian passenger jets cruise at between 30,000 and 39,000 feet. Military aircraft can attain greater altitudes. Prop planes are limited to about 20,000 feet. A GA plane (small plane) can legally fly 2000 feet AGL. For most GA planes it de…
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i live in st. johns Newfoundland which is 500 hundred miles off the continent and we have a very good cell serviceI work onboard ships, after leaving port I can get a signal for up to 15 miles from shore. In the Norwegian sector of the North sea they have repeaters on the oil platforms so can get a …
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It is Christmas Island! I kid you not, it is a real island. It is a territory of Australia in the Indian Ocean. Below is the link to the Wikipedia information where it lists on the right column that it is in fact 52 square miles.
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The allies took a direct approach to win the Atlantic. In Japan there are many many many small islands. However, the Allies bypassed most of these islands and stormed only critical vantage points along the islandic string. The marines were almost entirely in the Atlantic, not Europe, and they fought…
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The Carpathia is best known as the ship who tried to rescue the passengers and crew of the doomed Titanic. Some of the people who were on the Carpathia's passenger list included among others the ship's cook Mr. Samuel Ackerly, First Officer Mr. Horrace J. Dean, and baggage steward Mr. Arthur King.
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It was the when the US started sharing weapons with Great Britain
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Lindbergh was the first man to do a solo plane flight across the Alantic Ocean.
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maple syrup, farming (dairy) , tourism, electronics, and forest products (especially paper)
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Global WarmingIts difficult to predict what will happen in a couple of million years, or what you mean by close up ( like going out of business ?) but right not it is growing due to the constant melting of the permanent ice pack and the fact that it is now slightly warmer ( 1 degree ) than it was pr…
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When can be generally accepted as the Invasion of Poland at the beigning of WWII in Europe, and the where can be just as simplistic: "The Atlantic". Germany's U-Boat fleet was already on wartime patrol and when the war began, they were prepared to pounce. When the war in Europe ended, U-Boats were …
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Sea Philippine Sea Coral Sea Arabian Sea South China Sea Weddell Sea Caribbean Sea Mediterranean Sea Tasman Sea Bering Sea Bay of Bengal Location/ Area (Sq. Mi.) Pacific Ocean/ 2,700,000 Pacific Ocean/ 1,850,000 Indian Ocean/ 1,492,000 Pacific Ocean/ 1,148,500 Atlantic Ocean/ 1,080,00…
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Along coasts, this is caused by winds blowing at a right angle to the shoreline. The surface water is pushed away, bringing deep, cold water (rich in nutrients) to the surface.
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May helpAlthough the giant squids brain is ridiculously complex it is actually exceptionaly small, especialy in comparison to the rest of it. The brain of the giant squid is built around the esophagus and weighs an average of only 22 grams.
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Ferdinand Magellan
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It is safe as long as there is someone experienced.
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Crabs are like buzzards. what do you want scavengers. If it's dead they'll pretty much eat it.
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The deepest point in the ocean is the Mariana Trench, located in the Pacific Ocean. It has a maximum depth of 10,923 metres (35,840 ft).Within the Marianas Trench is an even deeper slot--the Challenger Depths--at 36,200 feet.
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The Adlantic OceanThe adlantic is the shallowest as well as the smallest of the worlds oceans. Arctic Ocean's average depth is only one quarter that of the Pacific.Average depth: 3,407 feet (1,038 m)Deepest point: 17,881 feet (5,450 m) in the Eurasian Basin
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Answer to your question For an average swimmer definitely at least a month.
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The US Navy's CVE's (Carrier, Heavier Than Air, Escort). Also known as Escort Carriers, Jeep Carriers, Baby Carriers, and Baby Flat-Tops. And jokingly referred to by the US sailors that manned them, as "Combustible, Volatile, and Explosive."WW2 submarines had to surface for air and battery re-chargi…
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Sir Winston Churchill the leader of Britain during the warPresident Franklin Roosevelt of USABenito Mussolini - dictator of ItalyJosef Stalin the dictator of the Soviet UnionCharles Andre Joseph Marie de Gaulle president of the French republicGeneral Hideki Tojo prime minister of Japan Adolf Hitler…
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Its deepest point is Milwaukee Deep which is in the Puerto Rico Trench −8,605 metres (-28,232 ft) it is 28.323ft
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Archaebacteria often thrive in little to no oxygen and in unfavorable conditions. Three organisms that is found to be archaebacteria are Thermus aquaticus, Pyrococcus furiosus, and Deinococcus radiodurans.
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To win the Orteig Prize.
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Province describes a political or geographic area smaller than nation, but larger than district or city. A province is roughly equivalent to a state. For example: "I live in the province of Cebu, Philippines." Province also describes an area of responsibility or expertise, for example: "Yes, I wo…
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The Battle of the Atlantic was one of the longest-lasting military campaigns in the second world war. It lasted from 1939 to 1945, and was about the German forces (mostly U-boats, their submarines) cutting Britain off from the supplies sent by America. This was very difficult for Britain, because it…
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I can sell you the whole set for $125.00 8173134064 I bought mine from the Mercedes Dealer.
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Named for the masses of seaweed that accumulate there, the Sargasso Sea is a large area of the central North Atlantic Ocean where there are relatively calm seas for extended periods of time. It is mainly in the so-called "horse latitudes" and like the doldrums, this area meant trouble for sailing sh…
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the furthest a submersible has traveled is a little more than 35,000 feet. it traveled to the floor of the mariana trench, the deepest depth in the ocean. this was achieved in January 1960.
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The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean (an imaginary line drawn from Miami to Bermuda to Puerto Rico) in which a number of aircraft and surface vessels are alleged to have mysteriously disappeared in a manner that cannot …
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Uruguay is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean.it borders only the atlantic ocean
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4000 yards down ( average) miles 7 feet 12000 inches 144000
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List of Retired Atlantic Hurricane Names Agnes 1972 Florida, Northeast USAAlicia 1983 North TexasAllison 2001 TexasAllen 1980 Antilles, Mexico, south TexasAndrew 1992 Bahamas, south Florida, LouisianaAnita 1977 MexicoAudrey 1957 Louisiana, north TexasBetsy 1965 Bahamas, southeast Florida, southeast…
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A gulf is a part of an ocean partially enclosed by land.A bay is an area of water mostly surrounded or otherwise demarcated by land
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Because of the pollution we are throwing in to the water. The water is getting contaminated. So if you drink the water you could get very sick and maybe die. And it kills our food. It kills our fish and other aquatic animals. And if a cow or something else were to drink it would die too. And if the …
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The Atlantic Ocean is the second largest and the second youngest ocean among the five oceans of the world. It was formed 130 million ago by the breaking apart of Pangea and first opened part was in the northern part of it (Europe part).
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As of today, July 20, 2010 when this reply is being written, the current ocean water temps along the Jersey Shore are hovering around 80 degrees (F). It should be noted, that ocean water temps along the eastern seaboard, and along the gulf coast are the warmest on record, or close to it. What the no…
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The saltiest bodies of water on Earth is in fact contained in some hypersaline lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys in Antarctica (such as Don Juan Pond and perhaps Lake Vanda). I will also discuss other notable hypersaline lakes outside Antarctica. It is very important to note that the Dead Sea is ofte…
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Ocean currents describe itself, a warm ocean current is warm water that has a path anything that gets in way of the path will be taken by the current same for cold wateralso a new tranport for the water to travel to ocean to ocean
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This was called the Middle Passage. The Middle Passage the stage of the triangular trade in which millions of people from Africa were shipped to the New World as part of the Atlantic slave trade. African slaves were thereafter traded for raw materials, which were returned to Europe to complete the…
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You would have to cross The Gulf of Cambay or Khambhat on the Arabian Sea to get to Diu from Daman.
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It was never lost. Many ancient people used the Atlantic Ocean frequently, dating back before written history.
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The water in the ocean holds heat and moves it around the world. In the Pacific Ocean, the water moves clockwise and the warm air moves north up the coast. The Atlantic current moves from the north to the south, bringing the cooler northern air along the coast. The Atlantic coasts on the east are ab…
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A tsunami may affect the land by damaging plants, trees, buildings can break down and beaches.
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Some plant groups that are found in the ocean include: coral, kelp, seaweed, seagrass, plankton, algae, and sponges.
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Continental US: 2 Overall: 3. Atlantic and Pacific but also Arctic which borders Alaska
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The Atlantic is located between Europe and America.
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I was born here.
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What time of year? The temperature vary from month to month and day to day. They can be as low as in the 40's for a low and 80's in the Summer for a high. Doc You can also follow this link: http://www.nodc.noaa.gov/dsdt/cwtg/all.html to get ocean temperatures all along the US coasts. I hope thi…
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The Canadian Shield, a mass of incredibly tough rock. Click on the link for a map depicting it.
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There's no one English word that describes the deepest parts of the Earth's oceans, but geologically they're usually referred to as "deep-sea trenches." The deepest area in the ocean is called the Mariana Trench, and is 11,033 m deep (36,198 ft). Here is a link to the 30 deepest points in the ocean…
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The average temperature of the ocean's surface is from 30 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit in customary units.
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probably either Point Pleasant Beach or Seaside Heights, both in NJ.
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ANSWER Are you sure that you mean "hexagon"? If "yes" - you won't have an answer. But may be you mean "cube"? Cube 25x25x25 inches contains 256.05 liters of water
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On May 20, 1932, Amelia Earhart took off from Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, and landed the next day in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. More specifically... In answer to the question "as written," Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic in June of 1928...as a passenger. From w…
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Yes, all the Oceans including the Pacific Ocean are salt water.
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Brazil is located South America. It's the biggest country in this continent. It's in the Atlantic Ocean side of the continent. And it borders all the other countries in South America, except for Equador and Chile.America (South)
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The most common reason in the world. In search of wealth.
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Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern, and Arctic. See the Related Link below for more details.
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The earth is covered by water in 3/4 th parts.
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Water covers approximately 71.1% of the Earth's surface.
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About 75-100 feet long. Their eyeballs alone are as big as school bus wheels!
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Swimming You basically have to be in top physical condition and most of the time swimming is your whole life. Bear in mind however that the channel is massive and you have to be able to swim for hours on end. It's not as easy as you think, look at the rules below. http://www.channelswimmingassocia…
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Maine, New Hampshire and New York all have Atlantic shoreline and share a border with Canada. But only New York (Long Island) borders the Atlantic proper, because Maine and New Hampshire border the Gulf of Maine, an arm of the ocean south of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
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it has more water than land
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it is a place where there is more gravity and any object that went above the Bermuda Triangle will collapse due to the gravity existing in that place. The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a region of the Northwestern Atlantic Ocean in which a number of aircraft and surface ve…
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Fourteen: Maine New Hampshire Massachusetts Rhode Island Connecticut New York New Jersey Delaware Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts border the Gulf of Maine, which is an extension of the Atlantic but not generally c…
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Summary of most popular answers:Turning point as a decisive battle after which aggressors went from offensive to defensive 1. Battle of Stalingrad, Soviet army counter offensive started on November 19, 1942. First really major defeat of German army, that President Roosevelt and others called "turni…
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As a veteran of one east to west crossing via the trade winds, the best west to east routes are to the north, US - Bermuda - Azores - Europe. You have the benefit of the westerly winds and the Atlantic high. July is late to leave for a west to east crossing, the risk of hurricanes is increasing. Get…
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The Caribbean Mosquito Coast historically consisted of an area along the Atlantic coast of present-day Nicaragua, named after its native Miskito Indians and long dominated by British interests. Name sometimes applies to the whole eastern seaboard of Nicaragua and even to La Mosquita in Honduras…
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The first appearance of the name Atlantic ocean comes from Herodotus in 450BCE
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