Open Waters

Some articles on open waters, waters, water:

1962 Pacific Typhoon Season - Storms - Typhoon Nora
... would become Typhoon Nora developed on the morning of July 26 in the open waters of the Pacific Ocean east of Manila as a tropical wave from the westerlies ... The storm progressed to the northwest through the open waters, rapidly strengthening, and by the end of the day on July 29, Nora had strengthened to a ... been updated for the change to have occurred six hours later in the waters east of Taiwan ...
List Of Nature Conservation Review Sites - Open Waters - South England
... OW.7 Woolmer Pond, Hampshire OW.8 Moors River, Hampshire / Dorset OW.9 Cotswold Water Park, Wiltshire / Gloucestershire OW.10 Hatchet Pond, Hampshire OW.11 Wychwood Ponds ...
1962 Pacific Typhoon Season - Storms - Typhoon Patsy
... The depression continued west through the open waters of the Pacific Ocean, reaching tropical storm strength on the afternoon of August 6, northwest of Koror ... the Philippines, gaining strength in the open waters ... After crossing back into the open waters of the South China Sea, Patsy strengthened into a typhoon as it proceeded northwest, reaching a peak wind speed of 75 mph (120 km/h) with a ...

Famous quotes containing the words waters and/or open:

    The waters wild went o’er his child,
    And he was left lamenting.
    Thomas Campbell (1774–1844)

    “What care I for a goose-feather bed,
    With the sheet turned down so bravely, O?
    For to-night I shall sleep in a cold open field,
    Along with the wraggle taggle gipsies, O!”
    —Unknown. The Wraggle Taggle Gipsies (l. 33–36)