This closed car smells of salt fish, the strong New England and commercial scent, reminding me of the Grand Banks
and the fisheries.
We'll be on the Grand Bank
to-night; but in a general way o' speakin', we're all among the fishing-fleet now.
There is nothing finer than when golden hour strikes Grand Banks
I hypothesize that water leaves the Deep Western Boundary Current at the Grand Banks
because of two primary features.
Rosa Garcia-Orellan's Terranova provides answers to these unasked questions by detailing the history of the industrial Spanish cod fishery on the Grand Banks
of Newfoundland in the twentieth century.
Newfoundland cod spawned out to sea on the Grand Banks
in vast schools, while other populations of the fish teemed in waters from Labrador all the way down to the coast of New England.
The Grand Banks
shelf has a width that extends to 450 km and the Labrador Shelf represents the western margin of the Labrador Sea and is as wide as 300 km in some places (Keen and Piper 1990).
Now the sender has been identified as Randy Rumbolt, the skipper of a Canadian boat who tossed the bottle over the side while crossing the Grand Banks
, off Newfoundland, more than two years ago.
It reads: fluid on a rotating body commences off Cape Hatteras and continues north to the Grand Banks
Blue whales normally are found in much deeper water hundreds of miles offshore as they migrate in winter, feeding along the Grand Banks
off Newfoundland before heading toward the Caribbean.
HMCS Glace Bay and Summerside had just returned from an 18-day fisheries patrol off the grand banks
, while HMCS Goose Bay was making its third port visit.
The increase is attributed to the acquisition of Grand Banks
Energy Corporation, where the company intends to spend an additional CDD30m to CDD35m in exploration expenses.