Mediterranean SeaSeawater: The salinated water of OCEANS AND SEAS that provides habitat for marine organisms.Stenella: A genus comprised of spinner, spotted, and striped DOLPHINS, in the family Delphinidae. Schools of Stenella, that may number in the thousands, often associate with schools of TUNA, and are thus vulnerable to accidental harvesting.Atlantic OceanAlismatidae: A plant subclass of the class Liliopsida (monocotyledons) in the Chronquist classification system. This is equivalent to the Alismatales order in the APG classification system. It is a primitive group of more or less aquatic plants.Mediterranean Region: The MEDITERRANEAN SEA, the MEDITERRANEAN ISLANDS, and the countries bordering on the sea collectively.Sea Urchins: Somewhat flattened, globular echinoderms, having thin, brittle shells of calcareous plates. They are useful models for studying FERTILIZATION and EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT.Oceans and Seas: A great expanse of continuous bodies of salt water which together cover more than 70 percent of the earth's surface. Seas may be partially or entirely enclosed by land, and are smaller than the five oceans (Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and Antarctic).Caves: Geological formations consisting of underground enclosures with access from the surface.Rhodospirillaceae: A family of phototrophic bacteria, in the order Rhodospirillales, isolated from stagnant water and mud.Plankton: Community of tiny aquatic PLANTS and ANIMALS, and photosynthetic BACTERIA, that are either free-floating or suspended in the water, with little or no power of locomotion. They are divided into PHYTOPLANKTON and ZOOPLANKTON.Tuna: Common name for various species of large, vigorous ocean fishes in the family Scombridae.Morbillivirus: A genus of the family PARAMYXOVIRIDAE (subfamily PARAMYXOVIRINAE) where the virions of most members have hemagglutinin but not neuraminidase activity. All members produce both cytoplasmic and intranuclear inclusion bodies. MEASLES VIRUS is the type species.Aquatic Organisms: Organisms that live in water.Ecosystem: A functional system which includes the organisms of a natural community together with their environment. (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)DNA, Ribosomal: DNA sequences encoding RIBOSOMAL RNA and the segments of DNA separating the individual ribosomal RNA genes, referred to as RIBOSOMAL SPACER DNA.Morbillivirus Infections: Infections with viruses of the genus MORBILLIVIRUS, family PARAMYXOVIRIDAE. Infections mainly cause acute disease in their hosts, although in some cases infection is persistent and leads to degenerative conditions.Paracentrotus: A genus of SEA URCHINS in the family Echinidae found primarily on the western coasts of Ireland.Phylogeny: The relationships of groups of organisms as reflected by their genetic makeup.RNA, Ribosomal, 16S: Constituent of 30S subunit prokaryotic ribosomes containing 1600 nucleotides and 21 proteins. 16S rRNA is involved in initiation of polypeptide synthesis.SicilyDinoflagellida: Flagellate EUKARYOTES, found mainly in the oceans. They are characterized by the presence of transverse and longitudinal flagella which propel the organisms in a rotating manner through the water. Dinoflagellida were formerly members of the class Phytomastigophorea under the old five kingdom paradigm.Roseobacter: A genus of obligately aerobic marine phototrophic and chemoorganotrophic bacteria, in the family RHODOBACTERACEAE.Gammaproteobacteria: A group of the proteobacteria comprised of facultatively anaerobic and fermentative gram-negative bacteria.Genes, rRNA: Genes, found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, which are transcribed to produce the RNA which is incorporated into RIBOSOMES. Prokaryotic rRNA genes are usually found in OPERONS dispersed throughout the GENOME, whereas eukaryotic rRNA genes are clustered, multicistronic transcriptional units.Sequence Analysis, DNA: A multistage process that includes cloning, physical mapping, subcloning, determination of the DNA SEQUENCE, and information analysis.Geography: The science dealing with the earth and its life, especially the description of land, sea, and air and the distribution of plant and animal life, including humanity and human industries with reference to the mutual relations of these elements. (From Webster, 3d ed)Salinity: Degree of saltiness, which is largely the OSMOLAR CONCENTRATION of SODIUM CHLORIDE plus any other SALTS present. It is an ecological factor of considerable importance, influencing the types of organisms that live in an ENVIRONMENT.Anthozoa: A class in the phylum CNIDARIA, comprised mostly of corals and anemones. All members occur only as polyps; the medusa stage is completely absent.Animal Migration: Periodic movements of animals in response to seasonal changes or reproductive instinct. Hormonal changes are the trigger in at least some animals. Most migrations are made for reasons of climatic change, feeding, or breeding.Fishes: A group of cold-blooded, aquatic vertebrates having gills, fins, a cartilaginous or bony endoskeleton, and elongated bodies covered with scales.Alteromonadaceae: A family of marine, gram-negative PROTEOBACTERIA including the genera ALTEROMONAS; Colwellia; Idiomarina; MARINOBACTER; MORITELLA; PSEUDOALTEROMONAS; and SHEWANELLA.Alphaproteobacteria: A class in the phylum PROTEOBACTERIA comprised mostly of two major phenotypes: purple non-sulfur bacteria and aerobic bacteriochlorophyll-containing bacteria.Porifera: The phylum of sponges which are sessile, suspension-feeding, multicellular animals that utilize flagellated cells called choanocytes to circulate water. Most are hermaphroditic. They are probably an early evolutionary side branch that gave rise to no other group of animals. Except for about 150 freshwater species, sponges are marine animals. They are a source of ALKALOIDS; STEROLS; and other complex molecules useful in medicine and biological research.Biodiversity: The variety of all native living organisms and their various forms and interrelationships.Phytoplankton: Free-floating minute organisms that are photosynthetic. The term is non-taxonomic and refers to a lifestyle (energy utilization and motility), rather than a particular type of organism. Most, but not all, are unicellular algae. Important groups include DIATOMS; DINOFLAGELLATES; CYANOBACTERIA; CHLOROPHYTA; HAPTOPHYTA; CRYPTOMONADS; and silicoflagellates.Sea Anemones: The order Actiniaria, in the class ANTHOZOA, comprised of large, solitary polyps. All species are carnivorous.Marine Biology: The study of the origin, structure, development, growth, function, genetics, and reproduction of organisms which inhabit the OCEANS AND SEAS.Bacteroidetes: A phylum of bacteria comprised of three classes: Bacteroides, Flavobacteria, and Sphingobacteria.Geologic Sediments: A mass of organic or inorganic solid fragmented material, or the solid fragment itself, that comes from the weathering of rock and is carried by, suspended in, or dropped by air, water, or ice. It refers also to a mass that is accumulated by any other natural agent and that forms in layers on the earth's surface, such as sand, gravel, silt, mud, fill, or loess. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed, p1689)

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*  Life cycle and appearance: Amblyseius swirskii predatory mite for horticulture
around the Mediterranean Sea, is well suited to warm and humid ... by Spanish research in sweet pepper crops. The ... Life cycle and appearance: Amblyseius swirskii predatory mite for horticulture. Life cycle and appearance. Life cycle and appearance. Life cycle. The development of the Amblyseius swirskii population is dependent on the type of food, the availability of food, the temperature and the humidity. In a crop, the predatory mites live in the microclimate found in the layer of air right next to the leaf surface. The atmospheric humidity in this layer of air can differ greatly from that in the greenhouse in which the plants are growing. If the humidity in the microclimate around the leaf surface drops below 70% for a substantial length of time, the eggs of the predatory mite dehydrate and will not hatch. If the RH in the greenhouse drops significantly, the microclimate around the leaf generally ensures an adequate level of humidity. Only in cases of severe necrosis of the leaf due to infestations l...
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*  Popular Articles & Stories for October 20, 1990 - latimes
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*  Protistan community patterns within the brine and halocline of deep hypersaline anoxic basins in the
... eastern Mediterranean Sea - Springer. Protistan community patterns within the brine and halocline of deep hypersaline anoxic basins in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Affiliated with Biology Department, Northeastern University. Affiliated with Biology Department, Northeastern University. Affiliated with Biology Department, Northeastern University. Affiliated with Department of Statistical Science, Cornell University. Affiliated with Biology Department, Northeastern University. Jaccard indices e.g., for a comparison of community membership suggest that the brine/interface protistan communities are unique to Bannock and Discovery basins, and share little 0.8–2.8% in species composition with overlying waters with typical marine salinity and oxygen tension. The uniqueness and diversity of brine and brine-interface protistan communities make them promising targets for protistan discovery. Share Share this content on Facebook Share this content on Twitter Share this content on LinkedIn. CrossRef. CrossRef. Appl...
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*  Mediterranean Coast Travel Information - South Africa - Mediterranean Coast City Guide
... country guides. city guides. ski resorts. airport guides. Turkey Travel Guide. Mediterranean Coast City Guide. Travel Information. Travel Guide. Mediterranean Coast. Mediterranean Coast. Turkey. Travel Health. Resorts. Mediterranean Coast Travel Information. Travel Health There are no vaccination requirements for travelling to Turkey. The standard of health care is not high in state hospitals but the private health sector is well-regarded and modern facilities exist in private hospitals in Ankara and Istanbul. Tipping Tipping is a way of life in Turkey and it is customary to give some small change for most services, or a small percent of the bill. As in many Western countries, there is a threat from terrorism in Turkey and there have been a number of incidents, including small explosions in Istanbul, the capital Ankara, and in the coastal tourist resorts. Most visitors will stay in modern Istanbul or in one of the popular holiday resorts where locals are likely to be fairly open-minded, however tourists ...
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*  Bonhams : Hiroshi Sugimoto (Japanese, born 1948); Tyrrhenian Sea, Conca;
Bonhams : Hiroshi Sugimoto Japanese, born 1948 ; Tyrrhenian Sea, Conca;. Connect with us Create Account Log In Connect with us. Bonhams. Lot Details + -. Auctions. Results. Selling. Buying. Services. Departments. Locations. About us. Contact. Connect with us. Create Account. Log In. Lot 116 Hiroshi Sugimoto Japanese, born 1948 ; Tyrrhenian Sea, Conca; Sold for US$ 31,720 inc. premium. Auction 18561: Photographs 10 May 2011 13:00 EDT New York. Previous Lot. All lots. Next Lot. Lot Details Hiroshi Sugimoto Japanese, born 1948. Tyrrhenian Sea, Conca, 1994 Gelatin silver print, blindstamp title, date, and numbered '7/25 405' in the margin; signed 'Hiroshi Sugimoto' in pencil on the paper mount, framed. 16 3/4 x 21 3/8in 20 x 25in mount Footnotes Provenance: With Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco Property from the Estate of Nina Ireland, San Francisco Literature: Hiroshi Sugimoto/Hirshhorn, p. 132; Hiroshi Sugimoto: Architecture of Time, unpaginated. Activities. View Conditions of Sale. Go to Photographs. Auction in...
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*  Recent sedimentary facies of the Guadalfeo Turbidite System (North Alboran Sea, SW Mediterranean Sea
Recent sedimentary facies of the Guadalfeo Turbidite System North Alboran Sea, SW Mediterranean Sea. Recent sedimentary facies of the Guadalfeo Turbidite System North Alboran Sea, SW Mediterranean Sea. Bel n Alonso and Gemma Ercilla, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar, CSIC, Spain. The Guadalfeo turbidite system in the North Alboran Sea, SW Mediterranean Sea, is composed of two sub-systems termed System A also called the Calahonda Turbidite System and System B also named the Sacratif Turbidite System. System A is defined by four relatively small canyons termed V1 to V4, ten channel-levee complexes and one channelised lobe. System B is characterised by two larger canyons called the Eastern and Western canyons, two channel-levee complexes and one channelised lobe. The canyon facies consists of fining-upward successions from spill-over gravels and sands to turbidite sands and silts Ta, Tb, and Tc Bouma divisions, with dispersed patches of biogenic debris. The intercanyon facies is also defined by fining upward sequen...
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*  Meier, KJS et al. (2004): Calcareous dinoflagellate cysts and geochemistry of Mediterranean Sea sedi
Meier, KJS et al. 2004 : Calcareous dinoflagellate cysts and geochemistry of Mediterranean Sea sediments. PANGAEA Data Publisher for Earth Environmental Science. Not logged in log in or sign up. Always quote citation when using data. Data Description. Show Map Google Earth RIS BibTeX. Citation:. Meier, KJS et al. 2004 : Calcareous dinoflagellate cysts and geochemistry of Mediterranean Sea sediments. doi:10.1594/PANGAEA.736594, Supplement to: Meier, KJ Sebastian ; Zonneveld, Karin A F ; Kasten, Sabine ; Willems, Helmut 2004 : Different nutrient sources forcing increased productivity during eastern Mediterranean S1 sapropel formation as reflected by calcareous dinoflagellate cysts. Paleoceanography, 19 1, PA1012, doi:10.1029/2003PA000895. Abstract:. Comparison of calcareous dinoflagellate cyst assemblages with Ba, Al, Mn, and Fe records from three sediment cores collected in the eastern Mediterranean Sea indicate that calcareous dinoflagellate cysts are generally resistant to postdepositional dissolution. Cyst ...
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*  List of drainage basins by area
... The 'list of drainage basin s by area' identifies basins also known as watersheds or catchments, sorted by area, which drain to ocean s, mediterranean sea s, rivers, lakes and other water bodies. It includes drainage basins which do not flow to the ocean endorheic basin s. The other 17% – an area larger than the basin of the Arctic Ocean – drains to internal endorheic basins. For example, the Antarctic ice sheet can be divided into basins, and most of Libya is included in the Mediterranean Sea basin even though almost no water from the interior actually reaches the sea. Image:Major continental divide s, showing drainage into the major oceans and seas of the world--Drainage basins of the principal oceans and seas of the world. Grey areas are endorheic basins that do not drain to the ocean. Basins. Africa. Asia. Europe. North America. South America. Atlantic Ocean. Ocean. Ocean. Pacific Ocean. Ocean. Indian Ocean. Ocean. Southern Ocean. Ocean. However, there are many small endorheic lakes, for example in t...
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*  Chemical, Biological, and Physical Measurements from the Mediterranean Sea, Summer 1980.
chemical biological and physical measurements from the mediterranean sea summer accession number ada title chemical biological and physical measurements from the mediterranean sea summer descriptive note technical note corporate author naval ocean research and development activity nstl station ms personal author s lavoie d m depalma i p reid d f hayes j d pdf url ada report date jan pagination or media count abstract this report summarizes data collected in the mediterranean sea during the late summer of vertical profiles through most of the water column were obtained for the following parameters conductivity temperature salinity nephelometry total suspended matter dissolved and particulate organic carbon adenosine triphosphate atp chlorophyll and phaeopigments nutrients nitrate ammonium phosphate silicate dissolved oxygen and dissolved reduced gases methane hydrogen nitrous oxide results are presented as tables of measured and derived parameters depth profiles of unnormalized values normalized values and nor...
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*  Sewage heading for the Mediterranean Sea photo - Damon Lynch photos at pbase.com
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*  Biogeochemical relationships between ultrafiltered dissolved organic matter and picoplankton activit
... y in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. Toggle navigation. . Login. About WHOAS Toggle navigation. View Item. WHOAS Home. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry MC G. View Item. WHOAS Home. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Marine Chemistry and Geochemistry MC G. View Item. JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Search WHOAS. This Collection. Browse. All of WHOAS Communities Collections By Issue Date Authors Titles Keywords This Collection By Issue Date Authors Titles Keywords. My Account. Login Register. Statistics. View Usage Statistics. Biogeochemical relationships between ultrafiltered dissolved organic matter and picoplankton activity in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. View/ Open. Meador et al DSRII 2009-12-10.pdf 809.6Kb. Date. 2009-12-10. Author. Meador, Travis B. Gogou, Alexandra. Spyres, Georgina. Herndl, Gerhard J. Krasakopoulou, Evangelia. Psarra, Stella. Yokokawa, Taichi. De Corte, Daniele. Zervakis, Vassilis...
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*  ACP - Abstract - Observation of Polar Stratospheric Clouds down to the Mediterranean coast
... Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics An interactive open-access journal of the European Geosciences Union EGU.eu. EGU Journals. Articles ACP. Full text search. Title and author search. Articles ACPD. User ID. New user. Journal metrics IF 5.053. Science Citation Index. Science Citation Index Expanded. Metrics. Atmos. Phys., 7, 5275-5281, 2007 www.atmos-chem-phys.net/7/5275/2007/ doi:10.5194/acp-7-5275-2007 © Author s 2007. Metrics. Observation of Polar Stratospheric Clouds down to the Mediterranean coast P. David 1, M. Bekki 1, J. 3, 91371, Verrières-le-Buisson, France 2 Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Institut für Meteorologie und Klimaforschung, Karlsruhe, Germany Abstract. A Polar Stratospheric Cloud PSC was detected for the first time in January 2006 over Southern Europe after 25 years of systematic lidar observations. This cloud was observed while the polar vortex was highly distorted during the initial phase of a major stratospheric warming. Very cold stratospheric temperatures 190 K centred over the Nort...
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*  Anoxic waters
... 'Anoxic waters' are areas of sea water, fresh water or groundwater that are depleted of dissolved oxygen and are a more severe condition of hypoxia. Anoxic conditions will occur if the rate of oxidation of organic matter by bacteria is greater than the supply of dissolved oxygen. Recently, there have been some indications that eutrophication has increased the extent of the anoxic areas in areas including the Baltic Sea, the Gulf of Mexico. Causes and effects Human caused anoxic conditions Daily and seasonal cycles Biological adaptation Anoxic basins See also References. After reducing some other minor elements, the bacteria will turn to reducing sulfate. If anoxic sea water becomes reoxygenized, sulfide s will be oxidized to sulfate according to the chemical equation:. Anoxia is quite common in muddy ocean bottoms where there are both high amounts of organic matter and the low levels inflow of oxygenated water through the sediment. Anoxia is further influenced by biochemical oxygen demand BOD, which is t...
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*  Miocene shallow-water carbonates on the Eratosthenes Seamount, easternmost Mediterranean Sea
... View Item. Earth and Planetary Science Research Institute. Earth and Planetary Science Research Institute publications. View Item. Earth and Planetary Science Research Institute. Earth and Planetary Science Research Institute publications View Item. Miocene shallow-water carbonates on the Eratosthenes Seamount, easternmost Mediterranean Sea. Miocene shallow-water limestones of the Eratosthenes Seamount add considerably to the picture of widespread and heterogeneous Mediterranean Miocene reef development. Shallow-water limestones were cored at two sites on the Eratosthenes Seamount during Ocean Drilling Program Leg 160, one on the plateau area and one on the upper northern slopes. At Site 966, shallow-water limestones are underlain by upper Eocene bathyal pelagic carbonates and overlain by a mass-flow unit of early Pliocene age; by contrast, at Site 965, paleosols, of assumed Messinian age, overlie the Miocene limestones. Early void-filling cement included fibrous, acicular cement, ...
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*  Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea: ingentaconnect
... About Contact Help Cart FOLLOW US:. Browse by. Article title, keywords or abstract Article title Publication title Author. Advanced Search. Browse by: Publication Publisher Subject. Remember Login Login reminder. ingentaconnect OpenURL DOI. Receive new issue alert Latest TOC RSS Feed Recent Issues RSS Feed. Home / Water Environment Research , Volume 65, Number 5. Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea. Source: Water Environment Research , Volume 65, Number 5, July/August 1993, pp. 611-611 1 Publisher: Water Environment Federation. Buy Article:. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2175/WER.65.5.1. Publication date: July 1, 1993. Water Environment Research ® WER ® publishes peer-reviewed research papers, research notes, state-of-the-art and critical reviews on original, fundamental and applied research in all scientific and technical areas related to water quality, pollution control, and management. An annual Literature Review provides a review of published books and articles on water quality topics from...
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*  .. Monthly Archives: July 2012 .. Mediterranean Sea .. Ancestral Anunnaki .. Persian Carpet
Posted on. July 30, 2012. John. The same presents/displays a conglomerate of small Mediterranean small houses, some very entered years, colorful stone passages to cross and, as basic frame, the incommensurable Mediterranean Sea. The same place is protected surroundings, reason why that wish to enjoy these incredible white sand beaches not it will find with a tourist zone but with a natural refuge, and will have to act of respectful form with the environment, without contaminating nor altering the ecosystem. Original author and source of the article. Posted in General. Comments Off on Mediterranean Sea. Posted on. July 24, 2012. John. When reading this article, must ask who or what it is Anunnaki. Posted in General. Comments Off on Ancestral Anunnaki. Persian Carpets. Posted on. July 18, 2012. John. Original author and source of the article. Posted in General. Comments Off on Persian Carpets. Free, The Oracle Will Speak To You. Posted on. July 12, 2012. John. Now, all users can enjoy this experience Gratistaro...
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*  Publications, reports and video's of Wetlands International
... Latin America the Caribbean. Ramsar Site Information Service. South Asia. Wetlands of International Importance. Current publications. Scientific articles & reports. Current publications. Scientific articles & reports. Theme Climate Change Emissions Adapting to Climate Change Livelihoods Coastal Resilience Biodiversity not waterbirds Waterbirds Water Management Water Scarcity Wetland Inventory Other / general Water, Food Health Biofuels Avian influenza. Region Southeast Asia Global Africa Europe - Middle East Black Sea region Russia Latin America and Caribbean North Asia South Asia Oceania. Current publications. Migratory movements of waterfowl in Central Asia and avian influenza emergence Tweet email. In this study, historical data derived from over 80 years of bird ringing are combined with recent satellite tracking data to delineate migration routes, movement chronology and habitat use patterns of waterfowl in relation to H5N1 outbreak locations. Results confirm migratory linkage between breeding and m...
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*  Nutrient preservation, analysis precision and quality control of an oceanographic database of inorga
... nic nutrients, dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll i a /i from the NW Mediterranean Sea. Scientia Marina, Vol 75, No 2 2011 doi:10.3989/scimar.2011.75n2321 Nutrient preservation, analysis precision and quality control of an oceanographic database of inorganic nutrients, dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll a from the NW Mediterranean Sea Mariona Segura-Noguera, Antonio Cruzado, Dolors Blasco. Oceanographic data from 28 cruises performed in the NW Mediterranean Sea between 1982 and 2003 and data from historical databases, amounting to more than 100000 data points, are used to define the quality control ranges at standard level depths of dissolved inorganic nutrients, dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll a. Keywords dissolved inorganic nutrients; dissolved oxygen; chlorophyll a; nutrient preservation; analysis precision; quality control; NW Mediterranean Sea Full Text: PDF Double click on any word to perform a search. Pasteurization as an alternative method for preservation of nitrate and nitrite in seawater samples. ...
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*  .. Laura Mercier Bohemia Collection: Swatches and First Impressions
April 9, 2009 Laura Mercier Bohemia Collection: Swatches and First Impressions By Karen Published in: Makeup. After checking out the new MAC Dazzleglasses this morning, I swung by the Laura Mercier counter for a quick look at Bohemia, her new color collection for cheeks, eyes and lips. It was rainy and gloomy outside, but Bohemia’s shimmery bronzes, blues and corals made my Thursday feel like a clear summer day. Laura Mercier Bohemia collection display. Mediterranean Sea Eye Mosaic. Sahara Sun Eye Mosaic. From left to right: Black Navy, Black Turquoise and Black Gold Eye Kohls. Moroccan Bronze Illuminating Powder. From left to right: Coral, Boho Bronze, Spiced lipsticks. Moroccan Bronze Illuminating Powder $35 : Four shimmery shades of brown and bronze to be worn separately or swirled together Mediterranean Sea Eye Mosaic $35 : shimmery indigo blue, shimmery turquoise, shimmery golden brown, shimmery pale gold Sahara Sun Eye Mosaic $35 : shimmery bronze, shimmery gold, shimmery peach, shimmery pink Shimmer Li...
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*  FlipKey | Luxury studio overlooking Adriatic Sea, Portorož in Portoroz
FlipKey. Luxury studio overlooking Adriatic Sea, Portorož in Portoroz. Portoroz rentals. Waterfront Portoroz Rentals. Last Minute Portoroz Rentals. Pet Friendly Portoroz Rentals. Portoroz rentals. Waterfront Portoroz Rentals. Last Minute Portoroz Rentals. Pet Friendly Portoroz Rentals. Portoroz B&B Rentals. Owner sign in. Owner sign in. Portoroz rentals. Kid Friendly Portoroz Rentals. Waterfront Portoroz Rentals. Last Minute Portoroz Rentals. Pet Friendly Portoroz Rentals. Portoroz B&B Rentals. Luxury studio overlooking Adriatic Sea, Portorož The luxury studio with great views of the sea and the sub-tropical garden underneath is located by the sea promenade and 30 metres from the beach in Portorož, the main seaside resort in Slovenia on the Adriatic coast. In winter months there is swimming possible in the salt-water pools and/or sweet water mineral pools one minute away in hotels Lifeclass next to the studio. Portorož as the main seaside spa resort in the area with a tourist tradition going back to the late ...
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*  Category:Drainage basins of the Adriatic Sea
category drainage basins of the adriatic sea category drainage basins of the adriatic sea adriatic sea category adriatic sea...
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*  Sinuessa
... 'Sinuessa' el was a city of Latium, in the more extended sense of the name, situated on the Tyrrhenian Sea, about 10 km north of the mouth of the Volturno River the ancient 'Vulturnus'. Strabo v. The ruins of the city are located in the modern-day municipality of Mondragone, Campania, Italy. History Ruins Baths In popular culture Notes References. It is certain that Sinuessa was not an ancient city; indeed there is no trace of the existence of an Italic town on the spot before the foundation of the Roman colony. It is certain that if it ever existed, it had wholly disappeared, and the site was included in the territory of the Ausonian city of Vescia, when the Romans determined to establish simultaneously the two colonies of Minturnae and Sinuessa on the Tyrrhenian Sea. Livy x. The name of Sinuessa was derived, according to Strabo, Strabo v. Livy x. Livy xxii. At a later period 191 BCE Sinuessa again attempted, but with equal ill success, to procure a similar exemption from the naval service. Pliny iii. I...
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*  Parazoanthus axinellae
... {{Taxobox name = Yellow cluster anemone image = Parazoanthus axinellae.jpg regnum = Animal ia phylum = Cnidaria |classis = Anthozoa |subclassis = Zoantharia |ordo = Zoanthidea |familia = Parazoanthidae |genus = ' Parazoanthus ' species = 'P. axinellae' binomial = 'Parazoanthus axinellae' binomial authority = Schmidt, 1862 }}. 'Parazoanthus axinellae', the 'yellow cluster anemone' is a zoanthid coral found on the southern Atlantic coasts of Europe and in the Mediterranean Sea. Zoanthids differ from true sea anemones, in having a different internal anatomy and in forming true colonies in which the individual animals polyps are connected by a common tissue, called the coenenchyme. Description Distribution and habitat Ecology References. Description. thumb|230px|left|A colony of individual zooids connected by coenenchyme The species is yellow or orange in colour and each polyp has twenty-four to thirty-six tentacles disposed in two whorls. The polyps are 5mm in diameter and 20mm in height. They are connected...
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*  Hotel Corallo three stars | Official Website
Hotel Corallo three stars. Official Website. IT - EN - DE AVAILABILTY & RATES Date: Nights: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15. Rooms: -- 1 2 3 4 5 6. Persons: -- 1 2 3 4 5 6. Promo Code:. FIND THE BEST RATE AVAILABILITY. modify/cancel reservation. HOME. SERVICES. ROOMS. LOCATION. MONTE ARGENTARIO. GALLERY. SPECIAL OFFERS. RESERVATIONS. CONTACTS. EVENTS. GUESTBOOK. MAILINGLIST. SPECIALS OFFERS. 5 REASONS TO BOOK FROM OUR OFFICIAL SITE. HOTEL CORALLO: WELCOME IN MAREMMA Hotel Corallo is a modern and comfortable hotel in Albinia, the tourist centre of the Costa d'Argento. Albinia is a newly established centre situated on Via Aurelia, near the mouth of the Albegna river. From here you can easily reach the vast pine forests of the Tyrrhenian beaches and the beautiful centres of the Maremma hinterland. In addition, a convenient cycle path takes you from Albinia to the sea in a few minutes arriving at Giannella beach. Albinia is located on the Costa d'Argento, and in the immediate vicinity you can visit towns such...
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*  Press Releases | Oceana Europe
Press Releases. Oceana Europe. Jump to navigation. en es. International United States Chile Canada Belize Philippines Brazil. Europe. Your Country. About. Publications. Blog. Search. Search form. Search. Oceana. Menu. What We Do. Our Campaigns. Expeditions. Victories. Home Press Center. Press Releases. Become A Wavemaker. Sign up today to get weekly updates and alerts from Oceana. Press Releases. Monday, July 4, 2011. UNESCO, IUCN And RAMSAR recommendations reinforce Oceana's proposal to protect Doñana marine area. Oceana proposes multiplying the protected marine area by 20 after identifying threatened species and habitats of ecological value. Friday, July 1, 2011. Oceana calls for immediate halt of mercury use by chlor-alkali plants to reduce hazards to consumers and ecosystems from contamination of fish. The Spanish Government hid report of dangerous mercury contamination in seafood from public, until Oceana won years long court case to unveil data. Tuesday, June 28, 2011. Oceana discovers carnivorous spong...
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*  ACP - Metrics
... EGU Journals. Articles ACP. Recent final revised papers. Full text search. Title and author search. Articles ACPD. Highlight articles. User ID. New user. Journal metrics IF 5.053. Science Citation Index. Science Citation Index Expanded. Article. Metrics. Related Articles. Metrics. Related Articles. Research article 01 Jul 2011. Atmospheric acidification of mineral aerosols: a source of bioavailable phosphorus for the oceans A. Shi, A. Herut Viewed Total article views: 1,100 including HTML, PDF, and XML HTML PDF XML Total BibTeX EndNote 401 657 42 1,100 25 8. Views and downloads calculated since 01 Jan 2013, article published on 01 Jul 2011 Month HTML PDF XML Total Jan 2013 17 30 5 52. Feb 2013 13 19 5 37. Mar 2013 6 30 3 39. Apr 2013 31 22 3 56. Jun 2013 11 27 0 38. Jul 2013 9 17 1 27. Aug 2013 15 9 0 24. Sep 2013 4 13 2 19. Oct 2013 13 29 2 44. Nov 2013 11 23 4 38. Dec 2013 8 16 0 24. Jan 2014 9 26 2 37. Feb 2014 12 28 2 42. Mar 2014 20 26 0 46. Apr 2014 14 33 0 47. Jun 2014 2 20 4 26. Jul 2014 10 16 0 ...
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*  Godlike Productions - Report a Post
... Users Online Now: 2,877 Who's On. Visitors Today: 2,333,476. Pageviews Today: 3,426,109 Threads Today: 896 Posts Today: 19,178. 11:24 PM. Join Our: GLP Poker Rooms - Twitter - YouTube - Podcasts Check Out: GiveMeGossip.com - Gossip Forum Donate To GLP. Directory. Adv. Search. Topics. Forum. Back to Forum. Back to Thread. REPORT ABUSIVE REPLY. Message Subject F.O.G. Poster Handle Gabriel. Post Content Undersea Gas Leaks Discovered Off Israel s Coast. Beneath the seafloor in northern Israel s Haifa Bay, a vast system of vents is leaking gassy emissions into the eastern Mediterranean Sea, scientists have discovered. If disturbed, this undersea reserve could disrupt the surrounding marine environment and might even unleash greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. At the outset of their study, researchers from the University of Haifa found more than 700 pockmarks some at least 200 feet, or 60 meters, across in the seabed that they suspected were active gas springs. Further geophysical investigation indicated the...
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*  ACP - Metrics
... Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics An interactive open-access journal of the European Geosciences Union EGU.eu. Articles ACP. Recent final revised papers. Special issues. Full text search. Title and author search. Articles ACPD. Journal metrics IF 5.053. Science Citation Index. Metrics. Related Articles. Volume 3, issue 6 Article. Metrics. Related Articles. 09 Dec 2003. Size resolved mass concentration and elemental composition of atmospheric aerosols over the Eastern Mediterranean area J. Lazaridis, V. Colbeck Viewed Total article views: 703 including HTML, PDF, and XML HTML PDF XML Total BibTeX EndNote 266 396 41 703 44 15. Views and downloads calculated since 01 Jan 2013, article published on 09 Dec 2003 Month HTML PDF XML Total Jan 2013 11 20 5 36. Feb 2013 9 15 11 35. Mar 2013 6 14 1 21. Apr 2013 8 13 0 21. Jun 2013 3 20 0 23. Jul 2013 5 9 0 14. Aug 2013 16 6 0 22. Sep 2013 1 9 0 10. Oct 2013 10 16 2 28. Nov 2013 2 10 0 12. Dec 2013 5 10 0 15. Jan 2014 10 11 1 22. Feb 2014 12 13 4 29. Mar 2014 21 18 ...
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*  File:Otiorhynchus singularis.jpg
file otiorhynchus singularis jpg file otiorhynchus singularis jpg summary this photograph of a living otiorhynchus singularis was taken on my camera photograph taken on in everett wa usa the weevil was released alive following photo shoot the following extended original file metadata is being presented manually to override any confusion about the origin of the photo richard blalock run zion at gmail dot com camera manufacturer canon camera model canon powershot a exposure time sec f number f date and time of data generation june lens focal length mm image title otiorhynchus singularis orientation normal horizontal resolution dpi vertical resolution dpi software used microsoft windows photo gallery file change date and time june author richard blalock y and c positioning exif version date and time of digitizing june image compression mode shutter speed aperture exposure bias maximum land aperture metering mode pattern flash flash fired auto mode red eye reduction mode color space srgb focal plane x resolution ...
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*  Vidourle
... infobox river river name vidourle image name caption origin cévennes mouth mediterranean sea basin countries france length km elevation discharge m s watershed km the vidourle vidorle in occitan is a river in southern france flowing into the mediterranean sea in le grau du roi its source is in the cévennes mountains northwest of saint hippolyte du fort at saint roman de codières it flows generally southeast at gallargues le montueux it was crossed by the old roman road via domitia with the now ruined roman bridge pont ambroix the vidourle flows through the following départements and towns gard saint roman de codières saint hippolyte du fort sauve quissac sommières hérault lunel marsillargues gard saint laurent d aigouze le grau du roi references http www geoportail fr external links category coastal basins of the gulf of lion category drainage basins of the gulf of lion category rivers of france category rivers of gard category rivers of hérault category rivers of languedoc roussillon...
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*  El día en imágenes - Yahoo Noticias
... Saltar a búsqueda. ¿Usuario Nuevo. Regístrate. Ayuda. Descarga la nueva aplicación de Yahoo Mail. Yahoo. Yahoo Noticias. Buscar. Buscar en la Web. Inicio. Ultimas Noticias. Tiempo. Fotos. Blogs. Videos. Ranking Emocional. La epidemia de ébola. La crisis migratoria. EEUU. América Latina. Argentina. Guatemala. México. Mundo. Finanzas. Cultura. Tecnología. Salud y Ciencia. Insólitas. Fotos. Videos. Noticias sin escape. Tecno al Día. Blogs. Blog de noticias. Proyecto sin fin. El burro y el elefante. Ciencia curiosa. Guía para estudiantes. Buscar. Buscar. Ultimas noticias. El Tiempo. La visita del Papa a Cuba y EEUU. El día en imágenes. Las mejores fotografías del panorama de la actualidad internacional. Mostrar miniaturas. Ocultar miniaturas. Ant. Siguiente. Vista de galería:El día en imágenes CERRAR. Ant. Siguiente. 1 de 150 fotos. Ant. Siguiente. Ant. Siguiente. Foto por ERIC GAILLARD/REUTERS Hace 8 minutos. Ant. Siguiente. A traffic warning sign reads, "Danger of Flooding" near an abandoned car that is su...
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*  L'Atalante basin
... 'L'Atalante basin' is a hypersaline brine lake at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea about 192km west of the island of Crete. 1 It is named for the French 'L'Atalante'. 2 one of the oceanographic research vessel s involved in its discovery in 1993. 3 L'Atalante and its neighbors the Urania and Discovery deep hyper saline anoxic basins DHABs are at most 35,000 years old. They were formed by Messinian evaporite salt deposits dissolving out of the Mediterranean Ridge and collecting in abyssal depressions about 3000m deep. 4 L'Atalante is the smallest of the three; its surface begins at about 3500m below sea level. 5 Description Lifeforms References External links. Description. The L'Atalante basin's salinity is near saturation at 365 about 8 times that of ordinary seawater, which prevents it from mixing with the oxygenated waters above; therefore, it is completely anoxic. The approximately 1.5m halocline between the seawater above and brine below teems with bacterial and archaeal cells: they are chemoautot...
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*  Lido di Ostia - Practical information, photos and videos - Rome, Italy
... You are here:. Home. Rome. Attractions. Lido di Ostia. Sitemap About us Contact us. Preplanned City Guides and Travel Itineraries. Home. Barcelona. London. Paris. Boston. Rome. Amsterdam. Budapest. Lisbon. Athens. Istanbul. BLOG. Rome. City Guides. Tested Hotels. Find me a hotel. Attractions. Fun Activities. Travel Checklist. Lido di Ostia. On this page you find practical information, photos and videos about Lido di Ostia. Lido di Ostia features in these preplanned City Guides:. 5-day Rome City Guide. Info Photos. Why visit / Interesting facts:. Popular beach resort Miles of beautiful sandy sea shore. Time required: 120 minutes. Public transport:. Roma Lido Line: Lido Centro station. Address: Lungomare Paolo Toscanelli, Rome. Photos: see more photos. Photo: jdlasica. Things you need to know:. Ostia is a sea side neighborhood on the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea It is quite popular among Romans who come here on the summer weekends or spend their summer holidays here The neighborhood was founded in 1884 aft...
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*  Coryphaena
... is a genus of marine ray finned fish es known as the dolphinfishes this genus is currently the only known genus in its family the species in this genus have compressed heads and single dorsal fins that run the entire length of the fishes bodies dolphinfishes are unrelated to dolphin s which are mammal s and their meat is often labeled mahi mahi commercially to reduce possible public confusion dolphinfishes are some of the fastest growing species in the ocean so serve as a primary food source for many pelagic predators the dolphinfish can reach up to about lb species the currently recognized species in this genus are coryphaena equiselis linnaeus pompano dolphinfish coryphaena hippurus linnaeus mahi mahi common dolphinfish or dorado see also list of fish families references category megafauna...
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*  Thaumastoderma heideri
... greek thauma a wonder derma skin belongs to the phylum gastrotricha and the order macrodasyida which are worm shaped mainly marine species of meiofauna they live in coarser sand and like the rest of the gastrotrichs their movement is very slow the family thaumastodermatidae includes more than species and it can be found widely across the globe morphology thaumastoderma heideri is μm in length the body shape looks like that of a normal gastrotrichs worm like and is characteristic by its hairy body the head region can be recognized by a lateral constriction of the body the head bears three tentacles on each side two of them are spoon shaped and the third wider than the second the body is covered with scales protruding from these is pointy cirrus which occurs in the same pattern on each side ecology the species is widely distributed in marine environments in european waters parts of the north atlantic the indian ocean and the mediterranean sea it lives in shallow waters meters and areas with a sandy ocean b...
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*  DCP: 42 degrees north, 3 degrees east (visit #4)
So, as I live in Zaragoza Arag n, the community in Spain where the Prime Meridian crosses from North to South, and meets parallel 42N and 41N, I decided to try and catch one of these two points. Things were not easy because, while I wanted to do it, I ran into a lot of trouble. The point seemed very easy to catch, but I left my maps at home, where I had been looking a lot of times at the Confluence, highways, roads, and small country trails, to go there some day... I took the Michelin guide from my car, took the GPS and started just where 0 Prime Meridian crosses the road from Zaragoza Arag n Community to Castell n Valencia Community, by the Mediterranean Sea. I left my car in a good spot and after a short time took an unpaved farm trail and started walking for a while, looking for the zeros of the meridian on the GPS, while going toward the North, step by step and crossing a couple of fields. But, I wanted to do a Confluence. In half an hour from L'Estartit I was, after a good road ended at a good track, nea...
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*  Spinoloricus nov. sp.
spinoloricus nov sp spinoloricus nov sp spinoloricus nov sp is an undescribed species in the phylum loricifera it has been called spinoloricus cinzia in the lay press jackson p april http news bbc co uk hi stm first oxygen free animals found bbc news accessed april so there is an indication that its scientific name could be spinoloricus cinzia it is the first animal species to be named that does not require oxygen at any point during its life the telegraph april the species along with two other newly discovered species rugiloricus nov sp and pliciloricus nov sp were found in the sediment of the anoxic l atalante basin of the mediterranean sea electron microscope images bmc biology show that the species cellular innards appear to be adapted for a zero oxygen life their cells appear to be lacking mitochondria which use oxygen to generate energy in other animals instead the species appears to possess hydrogenosome s organelles which provide energy in some anaerobic single celled creatures u s news world report a...
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*  Phare de l'Espiguette
phare de l espiguette phare de l espiguette infobox lighthouse image name phare espiguette jpg caption phare de l espiguette location le grau du roi gard languedoc roussillon france coordinates pushpin map france pushpin lighthouse yearbuilt yearlit automated yeardeactivated foundation construction shape marking height m elevation lens currentlens intensity w halogen lamp range nmi characteristic fl w s the phare de l espiguette espiguette lighthouse is a m high square tower built in the lighthouse is found on the pointe de l espiguette near to le grau du roi on the gulf of lion in languedoc roussillon france geography history technical details external links geography l espiguette appears on some of the oldest maps on the barentzoom map of it is called lapiquete and was an island the channels in the rhone delta are constantly changing it was in that the grau de roi opened up and the subsequent channelling of this watercourse and the silting of the land alongside it led to the fishing village of le grau du ro...
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*  Bessan
... 'Bessan' is a commune in the Hérault department of the Languedoc-Roussillon region in France. Its inhabitants are known as 'Bessanais' in French. Geography History Population See also References. Geography. thumb|left|150 px|Map Built among vineyards on the Hérault river, Bessan is a mainly agricultural village. In the past, its port was used to ship wines and other spirits. Located a few kilometres from the Mediterranean Sea, it contains the Ricard distillery and Cactus Park botanical garden. History. Around 600 BC, Greeks settled in Bessan on the oppidum of Monadière to trade. In 218 BC the Carthaginian general Hannibal crossed the region with his army and war elephants to attack the Romans, passing between Bessan and Montblanc. In 408-409 AD Béziers, Agde and the region were ransacked by an army of Germanic Burgundians, Suevi, Vandals, Slavic Alan and other tribes. In 737, Charles Martel entered the province at the head of the French, temporarily pushing back the Saracens, and destroyed Béziers, Agde ...
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*  Transformation & Infatuation – Twilight Archives
Contact. By Author. By Series. New Series. Text Size Large Size Medium Size Small Size Color Scheme Black Scheme White Scheme Grey Scheme Paper Scheme Transformation Infatuation Summary: When Edward meets a mysterious young girl and is faced with the decision of saving her or letting her die, he unknowingly turns her. 3 Alive But Dead Rating 0/5 Word Count 1075 Review this Chapter Bella's POV I was pulled from unconsciousness into a fiery haze of pain. I struggled to open my eyes. But this didn’t feel like life. My eyes flashed open and all I could see was white. I glanced down at myself. The only thing I was wearing was this white sheet. The funny thing was that I didn’t feel any pain at all. I wiggled my feet and felt them brush against another smooth, cool surface. I glanced behind me to see where I had come from. Actually, I didn’t even feel the need to breathe in the first place. Even though I wasn’t normally a thief, these were not normal circumstances. I picked out a bag of female clothing that looked ...
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*  Category:Adriatic Italian coast basins
category adriatic italian coast basins category adriatic italian coast basins category drainage basins of the adriatic sea...
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*  Artificial seawater
... 'Artificial seawater' abbreviated 'ASW' is a mixture of dissolved mineral salts and sometimes vitamin s that simulates seawater. Artificial seawater is primarily used in marine biology and in marine and reef aquaria, and allows the easy preparation of media appropriate for marine organism s including algae, bacteria, plant s and animal s. From a scientific perspective, artificial seawater has the advantage of reproducibility over natural seawater. Example Standard See also References External links. Example. The tables below present an example of an artificial seawater preparation devised by Kester, Duedall, Connors and Pytkowicz 1967. 'Limnology & Oceanography' '12', 176—179. The recipe consists of two lists of mineral salts, the first of anhydrous salts that can be weighed out, the second of hydrous salts that should be added to the artificial seawater as a solution. Salt Molecular weight gram unit g kg −1 solution. Sodium chloride NaCl. Potassium chloride KCl. Salt Molecular weight Mole unit mol kg −1...
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*  The “How To” Guide to Reef Aquarium Chemistry for Beginners Part 1: The Salt Water Itself by Randy
Natural Seawater for Coral Reef Aquaria. Artificial Seawater: Which Mix. Artificial Seawater: Chemical Analysis of Mixes. Artificial Seawater: Biological Analysis of Mixes. Artificial Seawater: Real Aquariums and Salt Mixes. What Water to Use to Make Artificial Saltwater. How to Mix Artificial Seawater. Natural Seawater for Coral Reef Aquaria N atural seawater can be a fine source of water for a coral reef aquarium. Often, its magnesium levels are tenfold lower than natural seawater, for example, so don t go that route. Artificial Seawater: Which Mix. Even here, it is not simple to decide what is best because aquarists often intentionally keep water parameters that are different from natural seawater for example, maintaining higher alkalinity than in the ocean, or might want the mix to have an overabundance of something to offset losses in the aquarium magnesium, for example. Artificial Seawater: Biological Analysis of Mixes A t least a couple of studies have also examined salt mixes from a biological perspec...
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*  Deep chlorophyll maximum
... a deep chlorophyll maximum dcm is a subsurface maximum in the concentration of chlorophyll in the ocean or a lake a dcm is not always present sometimes there is more chlorophyll at the surface than at any greater depth but it is a common feature of most aquatic ecosystems the depth thickness intensity composition and persistence of dcm s vary widely location and formation throughout much of the tropical ocean the dcm is a permanent structure while in temperate and polar waters it is a more variable feature in some cases the dcm may coincide with a maximum in phytoplankton biomass in others it is made up of strongly shade adapted cells which contain a high ratio of chlorophyll to biomass and is well separated vertically from the location of maximum biomass in several studies the dcm layer was found to be located in the thermocline adjacent to the nutracline at the bottom of the euphotic layer where light attenuation ranges from up to of that at the surface a dcm can also exist below the euphotic zone wher...
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*  Deep Chlorophyll Maximum 1996 - Cruise Report - ePIC
deep chlorophyll maximum cruise report epic browse author year platform organizations programs research networks type search simple advanced about about policies citation guide login alfred wegener institut helmholtz zentrum für polar und meeresforschung imprint contact oai rss epic awi de home browse author year platform organizations programs research networks type search simple advanced about about policies citation guide login login deep chlorophyll maximum cruise report edit item html citation ascii citation endnote bibtex mods openurl contextobject in span mpeg didl ep xml dublin core endnote simple metadata general information citation veldhuis m j w fransz i h g and de bruin t f deep chlorophyll maximum cruise report royal netherlands institute for sea research bremerhaven pangaea p cite this page as hdl epic contact email epicdocumentation awi de related data download preview pdf fulltext vel a pdf download kb preview cite this document as hdl epic d further details item type pangaea documentation au...
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*  Knoll (surname)
knoll surname knoll surname knoll is a surname notable people with the surname include albert knoll austrian theologian andrew h knoll born harvard university professor and paleontologist catherine baker knoll american politician and th lieutenant governor of pennsylvania corina knoll american journalist erwin knoll american journalist florence knoll born american architect and furniture designer hans knoll german american co founder of the knoll company see below husband of florence knoll hans knöll german physician and microbiologist johanna knoll german rower jeannette knoll born member of the louisiana supreme court since john knoll born co writer of the program adobe photoshop and visual effects supervisor at industrial light magic józsef knoll drug researcher who developed selegiline konrad knoll german sculptor marvin knoll born german footballer max knoll german electrical engineer inventor and professor mike knoll born american collegiate football coach silke beate knoll born german sprinter thomas k...
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*  Carbon Emissions are Necessary for Seawater Acidification to Produce Cheap Hydrogen - by earth dude
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*  Scientists connect seawater chemistry with ancient climate change and evolution -- ScienceDaily
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*  Solution Chemistry of Pitting of Iron in Artificial Seawater
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*  Measurements and facts about Stephanolaimus jayasreei - Encyclopedia of Life
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*  Measurements and facts about Walkeria uva - Encyclopedia of Life
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*  Measurements and facts about Barentsia gracilis - Encyclopedia of Life
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*  Measurements and facts about Monostroma oxyspermum - Encyclopedia of Life
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*  Measurements and facts about Metadesmolaimus pandus - Encyclopedia of Life
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*  Sassy Scallops : Oceanus Magazine
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*  Documentación científica | Fundación Aqua Maris
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*  Ocean Acidification: A National Strategy to Meet the Challenges of a Changing Ocean (2010) : Divisio
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*  Ecological condition of coastal ocean waters along the U.S. Western Continental Shelf: 2003 - Aqua
Ecological condition of coastal ocean waters along the U.S. Ecological condition of coastal ocean waters along the U.S. Western Continental Shelf: 2003. 2008 Ecological condition of coastal ocean waters along the U.S. Western Continental Shelf: 2003. Abstract Executive Summary: The western National Coastal Assessment NCA-West program of EPA, in conjunction with the NOAA National Ocean Service NOS, conducted an assessment of the status of ecological condition of soft sediment habitats and overlying waters along the western U.S. Surface DO concentrations were higher in WA and OR waters than in CA, and higher in the OC NMS than in the CA sanctuaries. Mean transmissivity in bottom waters, though higher in comparison to surface waters, showed little difference among geographic regions or between NMS and non-NMS locations. Concentrations of nitrate + nitrite, ammonium, total dissolved inorganic nitrogen DIN and orthophosphate P in surface waters tended to be highest in CA compared to WA a...
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*  Facts about the Port Praslin Squirrelfish (Sargocentron praslin as classified by Species 2000 & ITIS
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*  .. Scientists find impact of open-ocean industrial fishing within centuries of bird bones .. You mi
Home / Research News / conservation biology /. Scientists find impact of open-ocean industrial fishing within centuries of bird bones. So a team of Smithsonian and Michigan State University scientists and their colleagues looked to the ancient bones of seabirds for answers, revealing some of the dramatic changes that have happened within open-ocean food webs since the onset of industrial fishing. Few records of species that live in the open ocean date back more than 60 years, and the sheer size of open-ocean regions makes their food webs difficult to study. These birds range widely over the northeast Pacific, and their diets integrate food webs from that vast area. Those less than a century old, after industrial fishing started, had low ratios, revealing a shift to smaller fish, squid and other prey. “Our study is among the very first to show that it has, and because Hawaiian petrels eat such a wide variety of prey over a large area, our results suggest that fishery influence may be widespread and profound in...
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*  Ancient reef minerals hold seawater's secrets › News in Science (ABC Science)
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*  Sweetwater Authority Votes to Fluoridate South Bay Water | San Diego Reader
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*  Navy Creates Fuel From Seawater - Slashdot
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*  Seawater - anagrams
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*  STEEP SLOPE SEAWATER SUPPLY PIPELINE | Lewis | Coastal Engineering Proceedings
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*  .. U.S. Navy Converts Seawater into Jet Fuel .. Posts Tagged ‘seawater to fuel’
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*  Maumee Bight
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(1/286) Sulfitobacter mediterraneus sp. nov., a new sulfite-oxidizing member of the alpha-Proteobacteria.

Analysis of PCR products of 16S rDNA of 680 isolates from Mediterranean Sea mesocosm experiments with taxon-specific 16S rDNA oligonucleotides revealed that 262 isolates belonged to the alpha subclass of the class Proteobacteria. Partial 16S rDNA sequence analysis of selected isolates and oligonucleotide probing with a Sulfitobacter-specific 16S rDNA probe affiliated 33 strains to the genus Sulfitobacter. Analysis of the HaeIII digest pattern of 16S rDNA revealed the presence of two groups; while 30 strains showed a pattern identical with that obtained for Sulfitobacter pontiacus DSM 10014T, a second group of three strains had a unique pattern that was different from that of the type strain. Five isolates of group 1 and one isolates of group 2, strain CH-B427T, were selected for detailed taxonomic analysis. All six isolates closely resembled the type strain Sulfitobacter pontiacus DSM 10014T in physiological reactions. However, strain CH-B427T differed quantitatively in the composition of fatty acids from Sulfitobacter pontiacus DSM 10014T and showed only 98.2% 16S rDNA sequence similarity with strain DSM 10014T. DNA-DNA reassociation value obtained for strains DSM 10014T and CH-B427T revealed 46% similarity. Based on the results of DNA-DNA reassociation and discrete differences in the nucleotide composition of 16S rDNA, a new species of the genus Sulfitobacter is proposed, designated Sulfitobacter mediterraneus sp. nov., the type strain being strain CH-B427T (= DSM 12244T).  (+info)

(2/286) Biomarker evidence for widespread anaerobic methane oxidation in Mediterranean sediments by a consortium of methanogenic archaea and bacteria. The Medinaut Shipboard Scientific Party.

Although abundant geochemical data indicate that anaerobic methane oxidation occurs in marine sediments, the linkage to specific microorganisms remains unclear. In order to examine processes of methane consumption and oxidation, sediment samples from mud volcanoes at two distinct sites on the Mediterranean Ridge were collected via the submersible Nautile. Geochemical data strongly indicate that methane is oxidized under anaerobic conditions, and compound-specific carbon isotope analyses indicate that this reaction is facilitated by a consortium of archaea and bacteria. Specifically, these methane-rich sediments contain high abundances of methanogen-specific biomarkers that are significantly depleted in (13)C (delta(13)C values are as low as -95 per thousand). Biomarkers inferred to derive from sulfate-reducing bacteria and other heterotrophic bacteria are similarly depleted. Consistent with previous work, such depletion can be explained by consumption of (13)C-depleted methane by methanogens operating in reverse and as part a consortium of organisms in which sulfate serves as the terminal electron acceptor. Moreover, our results indicate that this process is widespread in Mediterranean mud volcanoes and in some localized settings is the predominant microbiological process.  (+info)

(3/286) Mucins and molluscan calcification. Molecular characterization of mucoperlin, a novel mucin-like protein from the nacreous shell layer of the fan mussel Pinna nobilis (Bivalvia, pteriomorphia).

A cDNA expression library constructed from mantle tissue mRNA of the Mediterranean fan mussel Pinna nobilis was screened with antibodies raised against the acetic acid-soluble shell matrix of the same species. This resulted in the isolation of a 2138-base pair cDNA, containing 13 tandem repeats of 93 base pairs. The deduced protein has a molecular mass of 66.7 kDa and a isoelectric point of 4.8. This protein, which is enriched in serine and proline residues, was overexpressed, purified, and used for producing polyclonal antibodies. Immunological in situ and in vitro tests showed that the protein is localized in the nacreous aragonitic layer of P. nobilis, but not in the calcitic prisms. Because this protein of the nacre of P. nobilis exhibits some mucin-like characteristics, we propose the name mucoperlin. This is the first paper reporting the cloning of a molluscan mucin and the first molecular evidence for the involvement of a mucin in molluscan calcification. This finding corroborates our previous hypothesis that some of the proteinaceous constituents of the molluscan shell matrix would derive from mucins, common to many metazoan lineages of the late Precambrian (Marin, F., Smith, M., Isa, Y., Muyzer, G. and Westbroek, P. (1996) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 93, 1554-1559). The adaptation of an ancestral mucin to a new function, the regulation of the mineralization process, may be one of the molecular events, among others, that would explain the simultaneous emergence of organized calcification in many metazoan lineages during the Cambrian explosion.  (+info)

(4/286) Viral density and virus-to-bacterium ratio in deep-sea sediments of the Eastern Mediterranean.

Viruses are now recognized as a key component in pelagic systems, but their role in marine sediment has yet to be assessed. In this study bacterial and viral densities were determined at nine deep-sea stations selected from three main sites (i.e., the Sporades Basin, the Cretan Sea, and the Ierapetra Trench at depths of 1,232, 1,840, and 4,235 m, respectively) of the Eastern Mediterranean. The three areas were characterized by different phytopigment and biopolymeric carbon concentrations and by changes in the protein and carbohydrate pools. A gradient of increasing trophic conditions was observed from the Sporades Basin (North Aegean) to the Ierapetra Trench (South Aegean). Viral densities (ranging from 1 x 10(9) to 2 x 10(9) viruses ml of sediment(-1)) were significantly correlated to bacterial densities (n = 9, r(2) = 0.647) and reached values up to 3 orders of magnitude higher than those generally reported for the water column. However, the virus-to-bacterium density ratio in deep-sea sediments was about 1 order of magnitude lower (range of 2 to 5, with a modal value of 2.6) than in pelagic environments. Virus density decreased vertically with depth in sediment cores at all stations and was below detection limits at the 10-cm depth of the abyssal sediments of the Ierapetra Trench. Virus density in the sediment apparently reflected a gradient of particle fluxes and trophic conditions, displaying the highest values in the Sporades Basin. The low virus-to-bacterium ratios and their inverse relationship with station depth suggest that the role played by viruses in controlling deep-sea benthic bacterial assemblages and biogeochemical cycles is less relevant than in pelagic systems.  (+info)

(5/286) Functional exoenzymes as indicators of metabolically active bacteria in 124,000-year-Old sapropel layers of the eastern Mediterranean Sea.

Hydrolytic exoenzymes as indicators of metabolically active bacteria were investigated in four consecutive sapropel layers collected from bathyal sediments of the eastern Mediterranean Sea. For comparison, the organic carbon-poor layers between the sapropels, sediment from the anoxic Urania basin, and sediments of intertidal mud flats of the German Wadden Sea were also analyzed. The sapropel layers contained up to 1.5. 10(8) bacterial cells cm(-3), whereas cell numbers in the intermediate layers were lower by a factor of 10. In sapropels, the determination of exoenzyme activity with fluorescently labeled substrate analogues was impaired by the strong adsorption of up to 97% of the enzymatically liberated fluorophores (4-methylumbelliferone [MUF] and 7-amino-4-methylcoumarin [MCA]) to the sediment particles. Because all established methods for the extraction of adsorbed fluorophores proved to be inadequate for sapropel sediments, we introduce a correction method which is based on the measurement of equilibrium adsorption isotherms for both compounds. Using this new approach, high activities of aminopeptidase and alkaline phosphatase were detected even in a 124,000-year-old sapropel layer, whereas the activity of beta-glucosidase was low in all layers. So far, it had been assumed that the organic matter which constitutes the sapropels is highly refractory. The high potential activities of bacterial exoenzymes indicate that bacteria in Mediterranean sapropels are metabolically active and utilize part of the subfossil kerogen. Since a high adsorption capacity was determined not only for the low-molecular-weight compounds MUF and MCA but also for DNA, the extraordinarily strong adsorption of structurally different substrates to the sapropel matrix appears to be the major reason for the long-term preservation of biodegradable carbon in this environment.  (+info)

(6/286) Molecular cloning and functional characterization of a unique multipotent polyphenol oxidase from Marinomonas mediterranea.

Marinomonas mediterranea is a recently isolated melanogenic marine bacterium containing laccase and tyrosinase activities. These activities are due to the expression of two polyphenol oxidases (PPOs), a blue multicopper laccase and an SDS-activated tyrosinase. The gene encoding the first one, herein denominated M. mediterranea PpoA, has been isolated by transposon mutagenesis, cloned and expressed in Escherichia coli. Its predicted amino acid sequence shows the existence of a signal peptide and four copper-binding sites characteristic of the blue multicopper proteins, including all fungal laccases. In addition, two additional putative copper-binding sites near its N-terminus are also present. Recombinant expression in E. coli of this protein clearly demonstrates its multipotent capability, showing both laccase-like and tyrosinase-like activities. This is the first prokaryotic laccase sequenced and the first PPO showing such multipotent catalytic activity. The expression of several truncated products indicates that the four copper-binding sites typical of blue multicopper proteins are essential for the laccase activity of this enzyme. However, the last two of these sites are not necessary for tyrosine hydroxylase activity as this activity is retained in a truncated product containing the first two sites as well as the extra histidine-rich clusters close to the N-terminus of the protein.  (+info)

(7/286) Vibrio lentus sp. nov., isolated from Mediterranean oysters.

Twelve phenotypically similar marine bacteria have been studied by means of ribotyping, DNA-DNA hybridization and cultural and physiological characterization. Phylogenetic analysis has been performed of the 16S and 23S rRNA genes of two representative strains. Phylogenetically, they belong to the Vibrio/Photobacterium branch of the gamma-Proteobacteria and they share all of the properties that define the genus Vibrio. The strains represent a new Vibrio species that is phenotypically similar to Vibrio splendidus. However, resistance to the vibriostatic agent 0129 and production of acid from several carbohydrates allow differentiation between V. splendidus and the proposed new species. The DNA G+C content of the proposed type strain is 44.0 mol %. The name Vibrio lentus sp. nov. is proposed for the new species and strain 40M4T (= CECT 5110T = DSM 13757T) is the type strain.  (+info)

(8/286) Microbial communities in the chemocline of a hypersaline deep-sea basin (Urania basin, Mediterranean Sea).

The Urania basin is a hypersaline sulfidic brine lake at the bottom of the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Since this basin is located at a depth of approximately 3,500 m below the sea surface, it receives only a small amount of phytoplankton organic carbon. In the present study, the bacterial assemblages at the interface between the hypersaline brine and the overlaying seawater were investigated. The sulfide concentration increased from 0 to 10 mM within a vertical interval of 5 m across the interface. Within this chemocline, the total bacterial cell counts and the exoenzyme activities were elevated. Employing 11 cultivation methods, we isolated a total of 70 bacterial strains. The 16S ribosomal DNA sequences of 32 of the strains were identical to environmental sequences detected in the chemocline by culture-independent molecular methods. These strains were identified as flavobacteria, Alteromonas macleodii, and Halomonas aquamarina. All 70 strains could grow chemoorganoheterotrophically under oxic conditions. Sixty-six strains grew on peptone, casein hydrolysate, and yeast extract, whereas only 15 strains did not utilize polymeric carbohydrates. Twenty-one of the isolates could grow both chemoorganotrophically and chemolithotrophically. While the most probable numbers in most cases ranged between 0.006 and 4.3% of the total cell counts, an unusually high value of 54% was determined above the chemocline with media containing amino acids as the carbon and energy source. Our results indicate that culturable bacteria thriving at the oxic-anoxic interface of the Urania basin differ considerably from the chemolithoautotrophic bacteria typical of other chemocline habitats.  (+info)


Is Mediterranean sea salt okay to use on a cartilage piercing?


I pierced my cartilage Last night and was wondering is Mediterranean sea salt okay to use to clean it. 

Thanks in advance!! (:
I pierced my cartilage Last night and was wondering is Mediterranean sea salt okay to use to clean it. 

*edit* I had heard that hydrogen peroxide is not the best thing to use cuz it will kill both good and bad bacteria. 

Thanks in advance!! (:
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i think that would really sting, maybe you should try hydrogen peroxide. or just buy a commercial piercing cleaner. i hope it doesn't get infected!!!!!!!! good luck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Sea salt solution on belly button piercing?


I recently got my belly button pieced less than a week ago and the only cleaning method i've been using is just taking a shower daily and drying the area with a cotton swab. 
The piercing doesn't seem to be infected but it feels a little sore and I don't want to buy the pricey antiseptics. 

I heard about the sea salt solutions and was wondering if this would work as a substitute instead of buying an antiseptic. And if it is, can I use 100% Mediterranean sea salt and how many times a day should I do this?
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its better to use it in conjunction with germicidal soap. you need to use non-iodized sea salt w/no additives, or sterile saline. honestly, if your piercing seems to be doing well already, you may be able to get away with sea salt alone. but everyone is different. if it starts to ooze greenish/yellow puss, start to use a mild fragrance free liquid anti- microbial or germicidal soap. they really dont cost much


These are the only spices I have. What can I make using only these?


Garlic Powder, Garam Marsala, Cumano, Asafeetida(Himgs), Turmeric, Yellow Mustard, Mediterranean sea salt, black pepper and spicy paprika.
This is all I have and was wondering what can I make with this?
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What island professes tinto de verano as it's specialty drink?


Located in the Mediterranean Sea.
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Actually Tinto de Verano is a form of Sangria popular in Spain in the areas of Costa del Sol (the southern part of spain) and Andalucia (an independent region). If you insist on an island, it could be Mallorca or Minorca two Spanish Resort islands in the Med.


What are some names/ brands of like high-end designer swimsuits?


Okay we've all heard of Gucci, Prada, and Louis Vuitton right? Well I want to know some names of designer swimsuits? I'm talking cute, fun, bikinis here. Maybe with some rhinestones or something, I don't know. Something for the Mediterranean Sea! I would really appreciate some help here haha thanks!
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Ashley Paige, Zimmerman, Baku, L*Space, Beach Bunny, Maaji, Despi, Agua Bendita, ViX...


Is Kirkland Signature Mediterranean sea salt iodized?


I'm hoping someone will (for some reason) know the answer to this. It would really help me out. Need to know if it is an apporpriate salt to use in a sea salt soak for piercing after care. Thanks.
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Sea salt is never iodized.  It would say so on the box if it was.


How do you make your eggs?


Omelet? Scrambled? Over-easy? Well done?

And what do you put in it? Tomatoes? Bacon? Salami?

Sometimes I put in diced hard salami, but I really like putting in Spiced Mediterranean Sea Salt or Montreal Steak Seasoning. It's so good. You gotta try it.

But what do you do?
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Happy 2009
I leave that to the chickens, I can't make eggs!  But when I want to eat them, mostly 'Sunny side up, eyes open"  But omelets with cheese and mushrooms are also nice.  Unfortunately, cheese has become VERY expensive down here.
Peace.


Is Kirkland Signature Mediterranean sea salt iodized?


I'm hoping someone will (for some reason) know the answer to this. It would really help me out. Need to know if it is an apporpriate salt to use in a sea salt soak for piercing after care. Thanks.
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It should say on the package if it's iodized or not.  If it doesn't say if it is or isn't, call the number on the package.