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*  Burns Bog
... is an estuarine bog since it is situated at the mouth of the Fraser River and next to the Pacific Ocean. It is the ... The bog is also a major migratory stopover for various bird species on the Pacific Flyway. Burns Bog regulates water as well. ... Others animals that can be found in Burns Bog are the redback vole, pacific water shrew, barred owl, great blue heron, snow ... River Delta Ramsar site as a wetland of international significance because it is a major migratory bird stopover on the Pacific ...
*  Decisive Moments in History
Flucht in die Unsterblichkeit (Escape to Immortality). Vasco Núñez de Balboa discovers the Pacific Ocean. Die Eroberung von ... Das erste Wort über den Ozean (The First Word Across the Ocean). Cyrus W. Field establishes the first trans-Oceanic cable. Die ...
*  Elysia rufescens
... is found in the Pacific Ocean. Its range includes the coastlines of South Africa, Réunion, Thailand, Myanmar, ...
*  Selene peruviana
It is found in the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Peruvian moonfish is found in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Its range extends from ...
*  Natural regions of Colombia
... the Pacific Region adjacent to the Pacific Ocean; the Orinoquía Region, part of the Llanos plains mainly in the Orinoco river ... The Pacific Region is located on Colombia's western, Pacific coast, and covers an area of 83,170 km2 (32,110 sq mi). It extends ... comprising islands in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Colombia is located in South America. The Andes mountains form the ... the department of San Andrés y Providencia in the Caribbean Sea and the islands of Malpelo and Gorgona in the Pacific Ocean. ...
*  Akan River
The river then flows into the Pacific Ocean. "Data Summary: Akan-ko (Lake Akan)". World Lakes Database. International Lakes ...
*  Mustelidae
ISBN 0-87196-871-1. Kenyon, Karl W. (1969). The Sea Otter in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Bureau of Sport ... The discovery of large populations in the North Pacific was the major economic driving force behind Russian expansion into ...
*  Mokilese language
2014). Caroline Islands (archipelago, Pacific Ocean) -- Encyclopædia Britannica. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/ ... Mokilese also allows triphthongs in their language, which is rare among the Pacific languages. jaua - sweet taro doau - climb ...
*  Flag of the Federated States of Micronesia
The light blue also represents the Pacific Ocean. In an echo of U.S. heraldic practice, the stars represent the entities that ... The blue field represents the Pacific Ocean, while the four stars represent the states in the federation: Chuuk, Pohnpei, ... A similar design with six stars was in use from 1965 for the flag of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. Kosrae was ... Flag of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands; was used in the FSM 1965 to 1978. The flag of the United Nations was used ...
*  Tararua District
The district's northwest boundary runs along the top of the Ruahine Range; its south-east boundary is the Pacific Ocean. The ... although the region close to the Pacific coast is still sparsely populated. The original name lives on in that of the local ...
*  Verulux cypselurus
It is found in the Indo-Pacific Ocean. Mabuchi, K., Fraser, T.H., Song, H., Azuma, Y. & Nishida, M. (2014). "Revision of the ...
*  Indian indenture system
... to Pacific Ocean (i.e. Fiji), as well as the growth of Indo-Caribbean and Indo-African population. The British wanted Indians ... On 18 January 1826, the Government of the French Indian Ocean island of Réunion laid down terms for the introduction of Indian ... This resulted in the development of large Indian diaspora, which spread from the Indian Ocean (i.e. Réunion and Mauritius) ...
*  Puerto Armuelles
... is situated on the Pacific Ocean. Beginning in 1927, the town was built by United Fruit Company. The name, ... The Panama Canal cannot handle supertankers and therefore not able to cross over to the Atlantic Ocean and then onward to the ... Puerto Armuelles is a city and corregimiento on Panama's Pacific coast in western Chiriquí Province next to Costa Rica. It is ... Beyond the earthquakes which are common anywhere in the Pacific Rim of fire, Puerto Armuelles' weather is tropical weather for ...
*  Chrysiptera tricincta
It is native to the western Pacific Ocean. It reaches about 6 centimeters in length. It has some commercial importance as an ...
*  Babella ceciriana
This marine species occurs within the Pacific Ocean. Rosenberg, G. (2011). Babella ceciriana Saurin, 1959. Accessed through: ...
*  Territories of the United States
... the south Pacific Ocean, and the western portion of the north Pacific Ocean. Five of the territories are permanently inhabited ... They are small islands, atolls, and reefs spread across the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean: Palmyra Atoll, Baker Island, ... especially in the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, most of which have since been abandoned. The U.S. also has acquired ... Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands in the Marianas archipelago in the western North Pacific Ocean; and American Samoa in the ...
*  Wahlenbergia gracilis
It also grows on western Pacific Ocean islands. List of vascular plants of Norfolk Island Sydney Turpentine-Ironbark Forest ...
*  Future sea level
"Recent bottom water warming in the Pacific Ocean". Journal of Climate. 20: 5365-5375. Bibcode:2007JCli...20.5365J. doi:10.1175/ ... In terms of heat content, it is the world ocean that dominates atmospheric climate. The oceans store more than 90% of the heat ... From 1961 to 2003, ocean temperatures to a depth of 700 m increased and portions of the deeper ocean are warming. The ... Although recent warming is greatest in the upper ocean, observations also indicate the deeper portions of the oceans are ...
*  Humaya River
The water then flows to the Pacific Ocean.. ...
*  Samuel Hill (engraver)
Cook's Three Voyages to the Pacific Ocean (1797). Hill's subjects extended from maps to literary illustrations to landscapes; ...
*  Umiray River
It is a tributary of the Pacific Ocean. During the late 20th century (and continuing up to the present), it has been the site ... Recently, the government has made a project to link the Pacific Ocean with Angat River in Bulacan's mountains through a tunnel ... From the mountains, the illegal loggers float the troso (lumber) and float them downstream up to the ocean. ...
*  Puerto Quetzal
... is Guatemala's largest Pacific Ocean port. It is important for both cargo traffic and as a stop-off point for ...
*  Bundjalung Nation Timeline
Pacific Ocean); to the south Gumbaynggirr (also known as Kumbainggar) Nation; and to the west it borders Ngarabal Nation. In ...
*  Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach
... on the south west by the Pacific Ocean; on the south east by the Bolsa Chica Channel and Edinger Avenue; and on the east by the ... On the west side of the station south of Interstate 405, Westminster Boulevard and the Pacific Coast Highway are the only ...
*  Casmaria erinaceus
... in the Pacific Ocean along Melanesia and Micronesia. Casmaria erinaceus (Linnaeus, 1758). WoRMS (2009). Casmaria erinaceus ( ... This species occurs in the Red Sea, in the Indian Ocean along Aldabra, Madagascar, the Mascarene Basin and Mauritius; ...
*  Patrick's Point State Park
... and red alder and wildflower meadows with a shoreline that consists of sandy beaches and sheer cliffs against the Pacific Ocean ...
*  Tropical Storm Mekkhala (2008)
"Significant Tropical Weather Advisory for the Western & South Pacific Oceans 27-10-08 06z". Joint Typhoon Warning Center. ... "Significant Tropical Weather Advisory for the Western & South Pacific Oceans 26-09-08". Joint Typhoon Warning Center. Retrieved ... Rob Gutro (October 2, 2008). "Hurricane Season 2008: Tropical Storm Mekkhala (Pacific Ocean)". NASA. Retrieved March 19, 2009 ... It has been used once before worldwide within the 2002 Pacific typhoon season to name a tropical storm and refers to the Thai ...