TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «SUBOCEAN»
The term «subocean» is used very little and occupies the 190.800
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUBOCEAN»
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Tom Swift and His Subocean
Tom must recover a valuable capsule left on Earth on the ocean floor off Easter Island thousands of years ago by colonists from another planet.
Victor Appleton (II.), 1966
Subocean massifs of the fractured water are mainly distributed within the mean-
ocean ridges where they form systems large in distance and width. These
systems encircle the Earth. They extend in submeridional direction in the Arctic,
Igor S. Zektser, Lorne G. Everett, Roald G. Dzhamalov, 2006
The Structure and Physical Properties of the Earth's Crust
There are indications off California and Peru that the subocean lithosphere
reaches a conductivity one-tenth that of sea water at a depth of 30 km. The third
method is becoming practical through recent development of deep drilling
Such an explosion, indescribable in its fury, might in the end raise the height of
the subocean island a foot. But for the most part the slow, constant seepage of
molten rock was not violently dramatic. Layer upon layer of the earth's vital core ...
Telecommunications and the Computer
1 summarizes the first four generations of AT&T subocean cables. The cables are
coaxial, but with a larger spacing between the inner and outer con- ducters than
for cables on land. Figure 9.14 shows the construction of subocean cables.
Imagining Consumers: Design and Innovation from Wedgwood to ...
These currents, as well as all other popularly familiar aspects of the sea, exist
only in a surface "layer" of the ocean a thousand or so feet deep. Below this lies
dense, highly saline water at 31° Fahrenheit. This cold subocean pervades all
Regina Lee Blaszczyk, 2002
Erikson, Eskimos, and Columbus: Medieval European Knowledge ...
Below this lies dense, highly saline water at 31° Fahrenheit. This cold subocean
pervades all the seas as far as the Arctic and Antarctic “convergence,” but,
normally, little mixing takes place with upper waters. It can be seen that if mixing
James Robert Enterline, 2003
Global Climate and Ecosystem Change
Using data on geothermal gradients and carbon content of sediments,
MacDonald (1990) finds that approximately 400 Gt of carbon are stored as
clathrates in cold regions, and 11,000 Gt in subocean sediments. These
estimates agree with an ...
Gordon J. MacDonald, Luigi Sertorio, 1990
The Journal of Offshore Technology
berdeen-based subsea installa- *^tion company SubOcean Group has
completed its first US contract, to help deliver an offshore gas load- ing system on
the Northeast Gate- Way Project in Boston, for Horizon Offshore. Horizon
Solving European business problems: case studies of 100 ...
The approach has worked well, and in 1975, NVS' first success, SubOcean
Services, helped create an Offshore Services Division. A service company based
on BOC patented technology in the area of underwater welding, SubOcean has
Business International S.A., 1977
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SUBOCEAN»
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Pluto Is Turning Into The Planet Of Your Nightmares
Since Pluto is named for the Roman god of the underworld, the names of its features are receiving monikers based on subterranean and suboceanic characters ... «Huffington Post, Jul 15»
Technip : Clap de fin pour "Technip Offshore Wind" ?
Technip s'appuyait alors sur le projet d'éolienne flottante "Vertiwind", et sur l'acquisition des actifs de Subocean Group, une société d'installation de câbles ... «Boursier.com, Sep 14»
Technip pulls plug on offshore
It acquired troubled cable-lay company Subocean in January 2011 in a £9.2m deal that included around 250 staff and a number of ongoing contracts. Projects ... «reNews, Sep 14»
Why the cable sector is no longer offshore wind's weakest link
From Oceanteam's decision to withdraw from cable-laying in 2009 after haemorrhaging money at projects such as Rhyl Flats and Gunfleet Sands, to Subocean's ... «Recharge, May 12»
Vattenfall counts 60GWh cost of Thanet offshore cable woes
Subocean performed the original cable work at Thanet before toppling into bankruptcy last year, and Vattenfall has since had to call in several firms to repair or ... «Recharge, May 12»
RWE, SSE to Fight Fluor Claim Over U.K. Offshore Wind Project
Those included bankruptcy of major subcontractor Subocean Group Ltd., weather-related delays and low turbine and cable installation rates Fluor said in ... «Bloomberg, Apr 12»
Ferguson Marine hit by £1.58m yearly loss
He said it was apparent in November and December 2010 that offshore wind farm cable-laying firm Subocean, which appointed administrators in January 2011, ... «Herald Scotland, Mar 12»
Cable fault hits Vattenfall's 300MW Thanet wind farm
The export cable was installed by now-bankrupt cable-laying company Subocean. Thanet uses 100 Vestas 3MW turbines. The wind farm, off the coast of Kent in ... «Recharge, Jan 12»
Fluor calls in OMM to work on cabling at Greater Gabbard
... (OMM) to install some of the remaining inter-array cables at the troubled Greater Gabbard offshore wind project left unfinished due to the collapse of Subocean ... «Recharge, Apr 11»
Cabling problems run deep at Greater Gabbard
Subsea cabling and the bankruptcy of subcontractor Subocean have bedevilled engineering, procurement and construction giant Fluor at Greater Gabbard. «Recharge, Apr 11»