Queen Charlotte Sound

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Noun1.Queen Charlotte Sound - an inlet of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of British Columbia
British Columbia - a province in western Canada
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Dave" he was called, and he ate and slept, or yawned between times, and took interest in nothing, not even when the Narwhal crossed Queen Charlotte Sound and rolled and pitched and bucked like a thing possessed.
This decision by the Haida Nation and Canada also aligns with the Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) recent decision to close bottom contact fishing on all seamounts in the Offshore Pacific Area of Interest (AOI) and manage impacts to coral and sponges in the Hecate Strait and Queen Charlotte Sound Marine Protected Areas.
Aside from a notorious incident in which Cook offers pieces of broiled human cheeks to a Maori visiting the Resolution, Lay's novel includes a lengthy retelling of the murder of ten crew of the Adventure near Queen Charlotte Sound, New Zealand, which is evidently based on an account by the ship's astronomer, William Bayly.
One specimen of Cherublemma emmelas was found at 1097 m in Kyuquot Canyon, west of Vancouver Island; 4 specimens of Bassozetus zenkevitchi were collected from depths of 1909 to 2125 m west of Vancouver and Graham islands; and a specimen of Cataetyx rubrirostris from 2000 m and a Porogadus prometas from 1967 m were taken in Queen Charlotte Sound, east of the Tuzo Wilson Seamounts.
The north-east coast of the island is home to Queen Charlotte Sound - a 1,500-mile coastline of bays, coves and inlets.
MADE IN A WEEK with minimal crew and budget, this short documentary follows surfers Reid and Arran Jackson into the swell off the coast of BC's Queen Charlotte Sound.
The Grass Cove killings of 1773 in Queen Charlotte Sound and the Boyd massacre at the Bay of Islands in 1809 stand out as the major bloody incidents.
Day One of this eight-day voyage is spent cruising the Inside Passage, a channel several miles wide running from Vancouver to the stretch of Pacific called Queen Charlotte Sound.
According to a source, 'Once the legislation is passed, it will provide a high level of protection for the Canadian coastline around Dixon Entrance, Hecate Strait and Queen Charlotte Sound.
These occurrences are consistent with a relatively short, southern, nearshore extension of normal clockwise movements of groups in regular at-sea rearing areas in southern Hecate Strait and northern Queen Charlotte Sound.
The extracts below are from the official publication and journal entries made during the Endeavour's visits in New Zealand to Doubtless Bay and Queen Charlotte Sound.