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noun as in Davy Jones' locker

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In partnership with The Crown Estate, which manages the seabed of England, Wales, and Northern Ireland, the project will collect and analyze data on offshore wind’s impact on marine ecosystems, and is scheduled to last four years.

The idea is out there, but we don’t have a project that we consider viable from a seabed perspective today.

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Dragging a net over the bottom of the ocean is a very common fishing method that rakes in massive amounts of fish while also damaging parts of the seabed and the animals living there.

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The project would also repurpose existing oil and gas infrastructure on the northeast tip of Scotland to transport the carbon dioxide, which would be injected into sites below the seabed.

These types of anchors, as well as drilling in general, can have varying impacts on seabed flora and fauna.

Searchers reported seeing a large shadow on the seabed, suggesting the crashed jet has been located.

The wind blew dry, salty air from the former seabed far to the south and east.

This device, looking rather like a bloated torpedo, is equipped with lights and cameras that scan the seabed for debris.

Each 6000kg sculpture is lowered to the seabed where it is drilled into the substrate to lessen the effects of turbulent weather.

The ship sits on an unstable seabed only a few meters from deeper waters.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to seabed, such as: bottom of the ocean, ocean bottom, ocean floor, and sea bottom.

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