Definition of seabed
: the floor of a sea or ocean
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About 37,000 12-meter-long pipes are stored at an industrial site bigger than 20 soccer pitches on the island of Ruegen, waiting to be coated with concrete long before being laid on the seabed at an average depth of 50 meters.
The new geophysical data, acquired using state-of-the-art shipboard sonar and published online earlier this year in Eos, span 2,500 kilometers of seabed.
Lionfish are adept hunters of gobies, which are small, schooling fish that tend to hover near rocks and the seabed, making them easy to herd and corner.
The dinosaur, with fossilized skin and gut contents intact, came from the Millennium Mine six years ago in the oil sands of northern Alberta, once a seabed.
Gluing oneself to the seabed is one way of accomplishing this.
In that time, is spewed enough lava to cover nine square kilometers of the sea floor and raised a cone 274 meters (900 feet) above the previous seabed, to within 89 meters (300 feet) of the surface.
For the investigators who scoured 46,000 square miles the Indian Ocean seabed, there will be no answers.
Several chunks of the fuselage were located on Monday on the seabed about a mile offshore, initially by sonar and then by divers, the Ministry of Emergency Situations announced.
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