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neritic

of a region of shallow seawater near the coast.
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High salinity during pre-monsoon season is attributed to the high degree of evaporation of surface water, low wave and tidal action and domination of adjacent neritic waters [39].
Similar to humpback whale sightings made off Nicaragua during our survey, studies off Costa Rica have shown that humpbacks occur predominantly within neritic waters <200 m deep (May-Collado et al.
The biofacies analysis suggests that Panoba Formation was deposited in a variety of settings ranging from middle neritic zone to upper bathyal zone environments.
The Eocene in other parts of Syria is in a neritic, partly reefoid and partly argillaceous, facies reaching maximum development in Lebanon's Beqa' plateau.
2002), and frequently associated with oceanic and neritic frontal areas (Haney, 1986; Guinet et al.
The Salt Range region of Pakistan predominantly contributed neritic carbonate production in Eocene times.
A number of international companies have requested performing oil and gas exploration in the Lebanese sea, after oil experts had announced the availability of large amounts of these two elements in the Neritic zone between Lebanon, Israel, and Cyprus.
The abundant Miliolidae species shows shelf outer neritic (0-50 m.
Geological structure around this epicenter includes neritic and lacustrine limestone, marl, shale etc.
Juveniles of the green, hawksbill, olive ridley and loggerhead turtles usually migrate from ocean areas to neritic environments, where they complete their development and where there is greater food availability (Bolten, 2003).
Generally speaking, box jellyfish are neritic species inhabiting a variety of environments, including mangrove roots, kelp forests, and coral reefs.
2010, Fine-grained non-carbonate particles embedded in neritic to pelagic limestones (Lochkovian to Emsian, Prague Synform, Czech Republic): composition, provenance and links to magnetic susceptibility and gamma-ray logs.