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  1. An area in the western part of the Thames River, north of the highway bridge, bounded as follows: Beginning at a point 125 yards north of the highway bridge at latitude 41°21′56″ N., longitude 72°05′32″ W.; thence easterly to latitude 41°21′56″ N., longitude 72°05′27″ W.; thence northerly to latitude 41°22′12″ N ...

  2. 2000 Antolik, M.S., 2000: An overview of the National Weather Service's centralized statistical quantitative precipitation forecasts. Journal of Hydrology, 306-337. Journal of Hydrology, 306-337. Antolik, M. S., 2000: NGM-based statistical quantitative precipitation forecast guidance for the contiguous United States and Alaska .

  3. The monthly computed average sea-level record (black line) from 1900 to 2000 from the Baltimore, Maryland tide gauge. Blue line is the observed data. The zero line is the latest 19-year National ...

  4. The NOAA Coral Reef Watch (CRW) program uses near-real-time satellite measurements of sea surface temperature (SST) to monitor thermal stress of the coral reefs. These data provide up-to-date ...

  5. It marked the start of Champlain’s long career as an inventor of names for the land of North America. Many are still in use. Most of his early names were French. Later, as he began to work with Indian guides, they drew from native languages. 43. Champlain’s chart of Port de la Hève (now La Have), a handsome harbor on the Atlantic coast.

  6. Dec 09, 2021 · The numbers that appear on a nautical chart represent water depths measured relative to such a datum. Mean lower low water, or the average of all observed lower low waters (the lower of the two low waters of any tidal day), is known as chart datum in most areas. Mean high water, or the average of all observed high-water levels, is the datum .

  7. Nov 22, 2005 · Elliott Marine North America Ltd 1557 Runnymeade Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30319 Phone 1-800-761-2116 Creator of the Elliott 7 and 770, a high-performance racer, featuring impeccable design and engineering to give very impressive speeds both upwind and downwind, with a comfortable interior for that weekend cruise.