Gulf of Saint Lawrence


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Noun1.Gulf of Saint Lawrence - an arm of the northwest Atlantic Ocean off the southeastern coast of Canada
Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean - the 2nd largest ocean; separates North and South America on the west from Europe and Africa on the east
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* Gulf of Saint Lawrence, Quebec 6 For those who want a refreshing boat cruise, sailing from the Gaspe Peninsula out into the Atlantic will put you alongside whales like the beluga, humpback and you guess it, the blue whale.
In the model, the shift in the large-scale ocean circulation causing warming and deoxygenation in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence also corresponds with a decline in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, an ocean circulation pattern known to strongly influence Northern Hemisphere climate.
"Language contact and pidginization in Davis Strait, Hudson Strait, and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence (northeast Canada)." In Erwin H.
And in July 2017, Quebec agreed to pay nearly $50 million in compensation to companies after canceling oil and gas exploration contracts on Anticosti Island in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. These and other payments are in addition to the hundreds of billions of dollars in subsidies that continue to flow to the fossil-fuel industry.
And in July 2017, Quebec agreed to pay nearly $50mn in compensation to companies after cancelling oil and gas exploration contracts on Anticosti Island in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. These and other payments are in addition to the hundreds of billions of dollars in subsidies that continue to flow to the fossil-fuel industry.
Already by October 1942 U-boats had claimed 20 merchant vessels, a troopship and two Canadian warships in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. Attracted by the Caribou's heavy smoke, U-69 located the ferry and fired one torpedo at 0340 hours, causing the vessel to sink quickly.