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At one Juan de Fuca site, researchers tucked experiments down a hole in 2004.
Le volcanisme de la dorsale Explorer et de la portion nord de la dorsale de Juan de Fuca, au droit des rifts d'extension de failles inter-transformantes, et non loin des monts sous-marins jouxtant la dorsale Explorer et celle de Juan de Fuca produisent des laves de composition geochimique anormalement variable.
As part of the Midway operation, nine Japanese submarines, including Minoru's I-26, closed on the west coast of North America from San Diego to the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Six tries came from fullback Emyr Lewis, a recent transfer from Bedford with the other eight from winger Rob Thirlby (4), back-row James Mann, skipper and centre PJ Gidlow, back-row substitute Chris Fuca, and Gidlow's substitute Craig Bond, making his 200th appearance for the club.
A new study funded by NOAA and the National Science Foundation reveals that a part of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, which separates Washington state from Canada's British Columbia, is a potential "hot spot" for toxic harmful algal blooms affecting the Washington and British Columbia coasts.
The Strait of Juan de Fuca separates the Canadian island and Washington's Olympic Peninsula.
As with other vent taxa, species diversity of Helicoradomenia in the East Pacific is greatest south of the subduction zone of the Pacific Plate under the North American Plate, which divided the ridge system into two sectors during the Eocene: the northern Juan de Fuca system and southern East Pacific Rise.
The Strait of Juan de Fuca is below, and you can see the Olympic Mountains to the south, and Mount Baker to the east.
Washington state is fining the Celebrity Cruises company $100,000 for dumping more than half a million gallons of dirty water and sewage into the Strait of Juan de Fuca in the fall of 2005.
Twigg has every conceivable literary voice here, even Hui Shen and Juan de Fuca, Arthur Dobbs and Denis Diderot, all the Spanish of account, every Cook navigator, a cluster of British sea-otter questers, including the lively seaman John Nicol (the only voice from the lower deck, as it were), and several Bostonians, or Yankees, who by strength of character, circumstances, and better sailing craft, became the masters of the sea-otter trade.
The view is across Juan de Fuca Strait to Washington's Olympic Peninsula - and the Olympic Mountains, if you're rewarded with a clear day.
She created a project called "Petrology, Morphology and Geochemistry of the Southern Juan de Fuca Ridge: Evidence for Off-Axis Volcanism.