Seas may mean:
- The plural of "sea"
- Shipboard Environmental (data) Acquisition System: a program developed by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to provide accurate meteorological and oceanographic data in real time from ships at sea through the use of satellite data transmission techniques.
- Seas - a type of wind wave that develops over time.
- Synthetic Environment for Analysis and Simulations
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- School of English and American Studies, an institute at the Eötvös Loránd University
Read more about Seas: School of Engineering and Applied Science
Other articles related to "sea, seas":
... An aragonite sea contains aragonite and high-magnesium calcite as the primary inorganic carbonate precipitates ... high in magnesium content for an aragonite sea to form ... This is in contrast to a calcite sea in which low-magnesium calcite is the primary inorganic marine calcium carbonate precipitate ...
... Save Our Seas is based in Hawai'i and works internationally to preserve protect and restore the seas for future generations ... SOS Clean Oceans Conference 1997 The Save Our Seas Foundation is an international non-profit charitable organization headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, which aims to "support diverse programmes of ... There are many projects which have already been funded by the Save Our Seas Foundation all over the world ...
... construction in the Turku shipyard in July 2008 Under construction in October 2009 Oasis of the Seas leaving the Turku shipyard ... to enable Finnish shipyard workers to disembark Oasis of the Seas docked at the St ... Thomas Pier A lifeboat of the Oasis of the Seas Oasis of the Seas inbound to Port Everglades, Florida, at the end of her 14-day delivery voyage from Finland Another view of the ship ...
... "Sailing on the Seven Seas" "Floating on the Seven Seas" "Sailing on the Seven Seas" (Larrabee Mix) "Sugar Tax" ...
... Seven Seas is a compilation album of Echo the Bunnymen songs ... September 2005 in the United States where it is called Seven Seas The Platinum Collection ...
Famous quotes containing the word seas:
“open thou thy manly mouth, and say that thou wilt come;
Whereby my heart may think, although I see not thee,
That thou wilt come, thy word so sware, if thou a livesman be.”
—Unknown. The Lady Prayeth the Return of Her Lover Abiding on the Seas (l. 46)
“Nor is there singing school but studying
Monuments of its own magnificence;
And therefore I have sailed the seas and come
To the holy city of Byzantium.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“I must down to the seas again for the call of the running tide Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied.”
—John Masefield (18741967)