• Mongobay
    , wood, plants, or mud (for small invertebrates).  Fins  The fins are used for movement, stability, nest-building, spawning, and as tactile organs. Fins can be single or paired. Many aquarium fish seen in the hobby have long, drawn out fins, which have been developed through selective breeding...
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  • Marine
    and Yellow fin tuna are under immediate threat of overexploitation. Yellow fin tuna contributes the US $200 million a year in the tuna industry by being the primary fish for the canned tuna market (3). This has declined the western Pacific stock of yellow fin as much as 50% since the mid 1990s (8...
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  • Silvipasture
    Phy Fin 1. Chitrakoot (13 V.H.) 100 43.93 160 70.27 260 114.20 2. Banda (20 V.H.) 200 87.86 200 87.86 400 175.72 3. Mahoba (15 V.H.) 150 65.89 150 65.89 300 131.78 Total 450 197.68 510 224.02 960 421.70 Impact of the project- 960...
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  • Kings of the Seas
    owned by the local fishermen in Mozambique lines are normally just 200-300 km. It is estimated that the world’s long-lining industry sets 1.4 Billion hooks annually which is enough line to encircle the globe 550 times. The two tons of shark fins that had been captured on the vessel is equivalent to...
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  • Fin 515
    FIN 515 14-1 Residual Distribution Model Axel Telecommunications has a target capital structure that consists of 70% debt and 30% equity. The company anticipates that its capital budget for the upcoming year will be $3 million. If Axel reports net income of $2 million and follows a residual...
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  • Heat Transfer of Fin
    throughout the solution in order to have the answer valid. Table 1 contains all the variables I can identify from the problem statement, the variable constant given will consistently be followed throughout the solution. Table 1. Variables for The Problem Length | L | 200 mm | Width | W | 1000 mm...
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  • Sharkwater
    a luxury product for only wealthy people can consume, as if having shark fin soup in a feast is the symbol of high social status. As a result, shark fins are largely demanded in Asia, and the price of shark fin can reach to $200-300/IB, which potentially generates the international shark fin...
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  • Agriculture Sector
    irrigation purpose it is proposed to provide 200 nos. of 5 HP diesel Pump with a financial outlay of Rs.44.00 lakh @ Rs.22,000.00 per pump and planting materials like litchi, cashew nut, banana, assam lemon, moushambi, guava and vanilla etc. will be provided to all the farmers with an allocation of...
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  • Calculations
    , but will erase any number showing on the screen. Clearing the Calculator Three of the most commonly used methods of clearing data are presented below: 2ndF CA Clears all the memory registers associated with a particular mode (normal, FIN, or STAT). Clears the entire display, but not the...
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  • beluga whale
    has thick blubber which makes it possible for the beluga to live in extremely cold water, and a back with no dorsal fin allows it to move freely under ice. Beluga whales are huge and are apart of the leucas species. The beluga whale is a small, toothed whale that is white as an adult. The...
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  • Blue Whale
    Common Name- Blue Whale Scientific Name- Balaenoptera musculus Family- Balaenopteridae- derived from the French, rorqual meaning whale Related Species- Sei Whale, Humback Whale, Fin Whale, Bryde’s Whale, Eden’s Whale, Common Minke Whale, Antarctic Minke Whale, and Omura’s Whale. Family Traits...
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  • Essay
    the status of these species from killing for food and for game. Commercial fishing industries kill a lot of great whites so they could use their fins for shark fin soup. Recreational fishermen (hunters) like to kill them for fun and recreational purposes by collecting their teeth, fins, and jaws...
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  • sea horses
    upright-swimming relatives of the pipefish can range in size from 0.6 inches to 14 inches. Because of their body shape, seahorses are rather inept swimmers and can easily die of exhaustion when caught in storm-roiled seas. They propel themselves by using a small fin on their back that flutters...
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  • gear efficiency
    Spur Gear Transmission Transmission ratio = 2/27 Output speed, Nout = 74.074 rpm Output angular velocity, ωout = 7.757 rad/s Table : Spur Gear Transmission Excitation Current, I [mA] Input force, Fin [N] Input torque, Tin [N.m] Input power, Pin [W] Output force...
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  • Deep Sea Adaptations
    in this zone because of warm temperatures and sunlight that goes down about 200 metres. This is the only zone to support plant life because it has the light needed for photosynthesis, which is important because it produces a lot of oxygen and some carbon. Because of the variety in plant life there...
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  • Commercial Fishing and Our Oceans
    , fishermen could catch up to as much as 200 tons of fish in one hour; that’s twice as much as what boats constructed in the 1930s would catch in one season. After Canada saw that catches were decreasing year after year, they decided to ban foreign fishing boats from catching 12 miles off the coast, to a...
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  • Basics Financial and Forecasting
    Liabilities & Equity Accounts Payable Notes Payable Accruals Current Liabilities Long-Term Debt Common Stock Retained Earnings Total Year 2 $120.00 $50.00 $80.00 $250.00 $210.00 $382.00 $168.00 $1,010.00 Year 3 First Pass Year 3 Second Pass FIN 6425 - Homework - Financial Planning and...
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  • Scuba Diving 101
    . Scuba diving equipment helps you adapt to the underwater world you will be adventuring in to. The basic equipment that you will need in order to do a safe dive will be; mask, fins/booties, snorkel, wet suit, scuba regulator, buoyancy control device, and a air cylinder. This basic equipment will get any...
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  • Science
    duct tape and was attached at the top of the other bottle to form a fin. Experiment: Launching the Water Rocket 1. A launch pad was set in the middle of a grassy field. 2. A water was filled in the water rocket (200ml, 400ml, 600ml) 3. A water bottle filled...
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  • Shark Research
    Bull Shark GENERAL DESCRIPTION The bull shark has a short snout that is wider than it is long (hence its name). Its belly is off-white, its top surface is gray, and the eyes are small. The first dorsal fin is much longer and more pointed than the second dorsal fin. A pup's fins have black tips...
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