Pelamis


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Pelamis

(pel′ă-mis)
A genus of poisonous sea snakes with only one species (Pelamis platurus).
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Selon L'ONSSA, l'echantillonnage porte sur 36 especes de poisson debarques sur les cotes marocaines et parmi les plus consommees au Maroc, a savoir Sardina pilchardus, Scomber sp, Genypterus spp, Sardinella aurita, Engraulis specie, Pagellus acarne, Boops boops, Sarda sarda, Trisopterus minutus, Trachurus trachurus, Pollachius pollachius, Conger conger, Sparus aurata, Hypomesus pretiosus, Xiphias gladius, Grondin, Dicologoglossa cuneata, Katsuwonus pelamis, merluccius merluccius, Mugil labrosus, Umbrina canariensis, Pagellus bellottii, Orcynopsis unicolor, Raja species, Scorpaena elongata, Pomadasys incisus, Rouget, Lepidopus caudatus, Aphanopus carbo, Zeus faber, Diplodus vulgaris, Solea solea, Requins, Thunnus species, euthynnus specie et Trachinus armatus.
The marine renewables sector, which went through a particularly difficult time with the high profile collapses of Pelamis and Aquamarine Power, now also appears to be making progress and attracting much-needed investment.
There is a slight chance of confusing Atlantic bonito with yet another small tuna species: the skipjack tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis.
A number of companies have developed devices to harness this energy over the years, but the sector has been beset by financial and technical diffiulties with the collapse two years ago of Pelamis Wave Power, one of the most promising projects, just one example.
This has seen some promising companies developing wave and tidal technology go under, including marine energy companies Pelamis and Aquamarine.
The less understood knotting behaviors occur in hagfishes (Jensen, 1966; Uyeno and Clark, 2015), a pelagic sea snake Pelamis platurus (Pickwell, 1971), and at least six species of moray eels (Miller, 1987).
Arts agency Creative Scotland reckon films could be made at the former Pelamis wave power building in Edinburgh.
In order to support local productions and attract UK and international productions, Scotland needs a full range of options for stage space and production offices: purpose-built studio facilities; full-time conversions such as the space currently used by Outlander at Wardpark; and build space like The Pyramids in Bathgate, and the Pelamis Building in Leith.
Pelamis, with its snakelike offshore floating structure, and Aquamarine's inshore seabed-mounted paddle both suffered repeated technical setbacks, as have other approaches.
Research into electricity being generated by harnessing the power of the sea have been hit by the fact that the wave energy technology company, Pelamis, has gone into administration due to lack of availability of funding.