LIMPET


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LIMPETLand Installed Marine Powered Energy Transformer
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All the things we observe around us, such as trees, the shells of sea creatures and the limpet teeth studied in this work, have evolved to be effective at what they do.
The main species of tunicate in limpet stomachs possibly belonged to Dutemnum or Trididemnum genus; both genera are common in the region and have similar morphologies (Smith & Carlton 1975, Carreon-Palau et al.
The Limpet niche has always been to manufacture any type of label that's going to be placed in a harsh environment, and needs to last.
Limpet mines, named after the shellfish, are naval mines attached to targets by magnets and usually set off by a time fuse.
Experts and fishermen met in May that year to look at measures to remove the limpet and to keep away other non-native species.
Limpet Tapes will be showing the latest development of the revolutionary Lock 'n'Pop pallet stabilisation system at the Total Show.
The technology to be used in this plant would be based on Wavegen's Limpet plant on the island of Islay.
Gripping like a limpet with his legs and squeezing his mount along, he gained a thoroughly deserved triumph.
Some of the many threats addressed in the program include improvised explosive devices, mail bombs, anti-vehicle explosive attacks, limpet mines, WMD-scale car and truck bombs, projected charge attacks, and blast-type chemical/biological dissemination devices.
A limpet and hydrobioid were previously identified on the basis of poor material by Hartman in 1976 (from the Ryan Ranch Locality) several kilometers west of the present study.
Designed and built by Wavegen, Inverness, with researchers from Queens University in Belfast, the Limpet 500 (Land Installed Marine Powered Energy Transformer) will feed 500 kW of electricity into the island's power grid.