It is also found throughout Atlantic Europe; English Channel; North Sea; and North West Europe. C. marina is tolerant of sea ... Caloplaca marina the Orange Sea Lichen is a crustose, placodioid lichen. It has wide distribution, and can be found near the ...
North Sea. Sank 2 S.S., 2 sailing vessels. 10-22 January 1917. Minelaying in North Sea, St. Magnus Bay, Shetland Isles. ... when she entered the North Sea to join the 1st Half Flotilla. 12 April - ? 21 April 1916. Apparently cruising in North Sea. 21 ... At sea 16 May 1917 - 8 June 1917. Possible laid mines off Tory I. Sank 1 S.S., 2 sailing vessels. 7-26 July 1917. North Sea. ... Laid mines in Loch Ewe, North Minch, off Butt of Lewis, Broad Bay and Firth of Lorne. ...
"North Sea". Uboat.net. Retrieved 24 December 2012. "Phare". Uboat.net. Retrieved 4 November 2012. "Shipping casualties". The ... "BRITISH NAVAL VESSELS LOST AT SEA Part 2 of 2 - M.15 (monitor) to Zylpha (Q-ship)". Naval History. Retrieved 12 February 2013 ... "BRITISH NAVAL VESSELS LOST AT SEA Part 1 of 2 - Abadol (oiler) to Lynx (destroyer)". Naval History. Retrieved 2 February 2013 ...
North Sea).[citation needed] In the 20th century the majority of the Zuiderzee was closed off from the North Sea by the ... The Zuiderzee (Dutch: [ˌzœy̯dərˈzeː]; old spelling Zuyderzee) was a shallow bay of the North Sea in the northwest of the ... "southern sea" in Dutch, indicating that the name originates in Friesland, to the north of the Zuiderzee (cf. ... but when storms pushed North Sea water into the inlet, the Zuiderzee became a volatile cauldron of water, frequently resulting ...
The Cleaver Bank (Dutch: Klaverbank) is a sandbank in the North Sea about 160 kilometres (99 miles) off the west coast of the ... "North Sea Pelagic". www.worldnature55.com. Retrieved 2015-06-16. "Noordzeeloket , Rijksoverheid , Klaverbank". www. ... The bank is 30-40 meters below sea level. The Cleaver Bank is an open-sea reef in the terms of the European Habitats directive ... The benthic fauna on the bank contains species that live on a hard substrate, such as sea anemones and polyps. Rare species ...
Great Britain Hydrographic Dept (1887). North Sea Pilot. Sold by J. D. Potter. p. 152. Retrieved 6 February 2013. Smith, Tom; ... Catherines Bay from the north. The sound is 4 fathoms (24 ft; 7.3 m) deep. The northern entrance is very narrow. Linga Sound ... Jex, Chris (2007-03-15). The Northern Isles: Orkney and Shetland Sea Kayaking. Pesda Press. ISBN 978-1-906095-00-0. Retrieved ...
Wood, Walter (1911). North Sea fishers and fighters. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. North Sea Incident information ... Coordinates: 54°43′26″N 2°46′08″E / 54.724°N 2.769°E / 54.724; 2.769 The Dogger Bank incident (also known as the North Sea ... Credland, Arthur (2004). North Sea Incident. Hull: Hull Museums and Galleries. Connaughton, Richard Michael (1988). The War of ... After navigating a non-existent minefield, the Russian fleet sailed into the North Sea. The disaster of 21 October began in the ...
North Sea patrol (Battle of Jutland). 16-21 July 1916. North Sea patrol, Returned with defect. 26 July - 5 August 1916. North ... North Sea cruise. 17-28 January 1916. North Sea cruise to NE coast of England. 18 March - 17 April 1916. Northabout to Channel ... North Sea patrol. 17-29 September 1916. Cruise to Fair Island Channel, sank 2 S.S., 1 armed yacht, 1 armed trawler. 1-25 ... Sank 1 sailing vessel ? 1 S.S. On 12 August 1917, U-44 was rammed and sunk in the North Sea south of Norway (58°50′N 4°20′E ...
In a multimillion-pound deal, P&O purchased Royal Nedlloyd Group's stake, and North Sea Ferries was rebranded to P&O North Sea ... P&O's involvement in the North Sea ferry routes began with a 35% stake in North Sea Ferries owned by its subsidiary General ... the Irish Sea and the North Sea. P&O began ferry operations in Dover in the 1960s with a route to Boulogne in France under the ... P&O North Sea Ferries, P&O Irish Sea and the joint venture P&O Stena Line. P&O originally established ferry services in the ...
155-6. "North Sea mines". The Times (40625). London. 4 September 1914. col E, p. 8. "BRITISH MERCHANT SHIPS LOST to ENEMY ... col G, p. 8. "Mines in the North Sea". The Times (40629). London. 8 September 1914. col D, p. 10. "Cameronia". Uboat.net. ... "The fleets at sea". The Times (40656). London. 5 October 1914. col E, p. 4. "Casualty reports". The Times (40649). London. 28 ... ISBN 978-0-7524-1720-2. "British steamer sunk in the Black Sea". The Times (40644). London. 23 September 1914. col B, p. 14. ...
On the coast of the North Sea, the busiest sea in the world; Central in relation to other North Sea ports; Within a short ... "NSE , North Sea Express". Nse-transport.be (in Dutch). Retrieved 2017-03-06. [13] [14] "Alzagri nv - Algemene zand en ... 3] [4] "SEA-invest , An ocean of opportunities". Sea-invest.be. Archived from the original on 15 April 2010. Retrieved 6 March ... "SEA-invest , An ocean of opportunities". Sea-invest.be. Archived from the original on 15 April 2010. Retrieved 6 March 2017. " ...
"Aberdeenshire canal basin at Woodside". North Sea Trail. Archived from the original on 21 July 2011. Lindsay 1968, p. 103. ... This would be called the Great North of Scotland Railway, and in 1845, they approached the canal company, to explore whether ... Canal milestones remain at Bridgend House (formerly the Bridgealehouse serving the canal) at the north of Kintore, and at Brae ... Negotiations began in 1845 with the Great North of Scotland Railway, who eventually bought it. Contractors working for the ...
"Bird Awards winners 1985-2005". North Sea Jazz. Archived from the original on 2006-05-19. Retrieved 2006-06-29. Bettie ...
"North Sea mines". The Times (40619). London. 29 August 1914. col A, p. 5. "Sjøforklaringer over norske skibes krigsforlis", ( ... "The fleets at sea". The Times (40668). London. 17 October 1914. col D-E, p. 5. "BRITISH FISHING VESSELS LOST to ENEMY ACTION ... col E, p. 4. "Mines in open sea". The Times (40614). London. 24 August 1914. col D, p. 2. "News in Brief". The Times (40616). ... col D, p. 2. "The fleets at sea". The Times (40747). London. 9 January 1915. col E-F, p. 6. "Casualty reports". The Times ( ...
"Illuminating Innovations." North Sea Contact. December 2009. ...
Hydrographic Dept (1895). North Sea pilot. Sold by J. D. Potter. p. 40. Retrieved 27 December 2011. Jedrej, Charles; Jȩdrej, M ... In the late 19th century, the North Sea Pilot noted that, "At Skerray, Isle Roan, and Torrisdale, 25 boats and 120 men and boys ... Cooper, Doug; Reid, George (28 January 2005). Scottish Sea Kayaking: Fifty Great Sea Kayak Voyages. Pesda Press. pp. 193-. ISBN ... Skerray, whose name means "between the rocks and the sea", is so called because it is situated on a rocky promontory on the ...
"Timetable for Sunday 11 July 2004". North Sea Jazz. "Week Zero: Preview Edition". ThreeWeeks in Edinburgh: 22. 2008. "David ... most recently at the North Sea Jazz Festival, the Edinburgh Festival, the Glasgow Jazz Festival, the Belfast Festival and the ...
Branch annually appears at major festivals around the world, including the Montreux Blues Festival, the North Sea Blues ... "Chicago Blues: A Living History". North Sea Jazz. Retrieved 2012-12-06. ... the San Francisco Blues Festival and the North Sea Jazz Festival. The current lineup of the Sons of Blues consists of Branch ( ...
She performed at the North Sea Jazz Festival, with her own band Fleurine plus Five 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997. In 1996 she was ... North Sea Jazz. Retrieved December 6, 2016 "Fleurine". AllMusic. Retrieved December 6, 2016. http://www.northseajazz.com/en/ ...
"North Sea Trail". North Sea Trail. Retrieved 2015-10-19. "Doesn´t say". The Coast to Coast trail. Retrieved 2015-10-19. "Det ... Mud flats from Varde in the north to the Netherlands in the south. Naturpark Vesterhavet (Vesterhavet/North Sea Nature Park) - ... If you enjoy hiking, the North Sea trail goes through the municipality of Varde, the bicoastal "kyst til kyst stien" goes from ... At the municipality of Varde "Wadden Sea National park," which in June 2014, together with areas of the Wadden Sea in Germany ...
"North Sea Region". Cable Database. International Cable Protection Committee. 15 November 2010. Retrieved 14 January 2011. ... These include Deep Sea Electronics Plc, Cirrus Research Plc, Humprenco, Peninsula Group, Barcodereaders.com, the Apollo Group ... the manor of Hunmanby became one of the most powerful in the North of England. His son William founded Burlington Bridlington ... and civil parish in the Scarborough district of North Yorkshire, England. It is on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, ...
"Collision in North Sea". The Times (43394). London. 16 July 1923. col F, p. 12. "Casualty reports". The Times (43397). London. ... "North Sea collision". The Times (43523). London. 13 December 1923. col B, p. 9. "Casualty reports". The Times (43526). London. ... "A rescue at sea". The Times (43434). London. 31 August 1923. col B, p. 7. "Reinsurance rates". The Times (43434). London. 31 ...
"Craig Taborn Wins North Sea Prize". (May 2, 2012) ECM. "Innerzone Orchestra: Programmed" (September 13, 1999) CMJ New Music ... In 2012, he was given the North Sea Jazz Festival's Paul Acket Award, which is presented "to an artist deserving wider ... "Dave Holland, Kevin Eubanks, Craig Taborn, Eric Harland: Prism". North Sea Jazz. Retrieved December 21, 2014. Cohen 2014, p. 30 ...
Dutch for Southern Sea ; cf North Sea). The Zuiderzee has been closed off and partly pumped out in the 20th century, and what ... Den Helder is at the tip of the North Holland peninsula, south of the island of Texel, by an inlet to what was then the shallow ... Well informed, the general found out that a Dutch fleet was anchored at Den Helder, approximately eighty kilometers north from ...
"onboardpoferries.com , North Sea Ferries". www.onboardpoferries.com. Retrieved 2016-11-01. "North Sea Ferries - Ferry ... MS Norwind was a North Sea ferry that was later used in the Mediterranean Sea. The Norwind was the first ferry to sail on the ... Nine years later, demand was growing for North Sea ferries and two new ships, more than twice as large as before, Norland and ... P&O's interest was through its subsidiary General Steam Navigation Company, which had a 35 per cent stake in North Sea Ferries ...
There is ambitious breeding in many continents, including Africa (South Africa), North America, (Northern) Europe and Australia ... In Finland one Irish Terrier is a qualified Rescue Dog specialising at Sea Rescue. ...