Celtic Sea


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Celtic Sea

n
(Placename) the relatively shallow part of the Atlantic Ocean lying between S Ireland, SW Wales, Cornwall, and W Brittany
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Challenges remain in some parts of the country where the latest scientific evidence means further restraint is needed, for example in the Celtic Sea to revive stocks of haddock and megrim.
Celtic Sea gas search WALES Gas will start a multi-millionpound drilling programme in the Celtic Sea in July.
Fish Atlas of the Celtic Sea, North Sea, and Baltic Sea: Based on International Research-Vessel Surveys
which hold the Celtic Sea and Moroccan oil and gas assets and liabilities respectively.
The UK's National Oceanography Centre (NOC) launched late last month its robot technology to measure marine wildlife in the Celtic Sea.
Plastic items, mainly bags and bottles, account for 70 per cent of marine litter in the Baltic Sea, North Sea, Celtic Sea, Bay of Biscay and various areas in the north-western basin of the Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea.
FIVE fishermen were found clinging to a life raft after their boat sank in the choppy Celtic Sea.
The route stretches from Co Donegal's Inishowen Peninsula to Kinsale in Co Cork on the Celtic Sea coast.
RAW PEANUT SAUCE 3/4 cup raw peanuts 1 cup filtered water 1 Tbsp agave or 1 date, soaked and pitted Dash cayenne pepper 2 tsp paprika Pinch Celtic sea salt 1.
In preparation for the event at the Irish Embassy in London, he said he had a discussion with one of BP's exploration directors about the "three principal basins" - the North Celtic Sea, the Porcupine basin and the Rockall Trough.
Stocks in EU waters of the North-East Atlantic that were not overexploited in 2012 were as follows: blue whiting (North-East Atlantic), cod (Celtic Sea, English Channel, Eastern Baltic), sole (Skagerrak, Kattegatt and Baltic Sea, Western English Channel, Southwest Ireland and Celtic Sea), haddock (North Sea, Skagerrak and Kattegatt, Rockall, West of Scotland), herring (North Sea, West of Scotland, Irish Sea, Celtic Sea, Western Baltic, Bothnian Bay and Bothnian Sea), megrims (North Sea and West of Scotland), Norway lobster (Skagerrak and Kattegatt, North Sea, West of Scotland), plaice (North Sea), saithe (North Sea, West of Scotland), sprat (Baltic Sea), spurdog (all areas) and whiting (Celtic Sea).
Increasing catch quotas for Channel plaice by 26% and sole by 6%, Celtic Sea whiting by 29%, Irish Sea herring by 5%, West of Scotland prawns by 18% and Irish Sea prawns by 6%; ?