Indo-Pacific

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Indo-Pacific

adj
(Physical Geography) of or relating to the region of the Indian and W Pacific Oceans off the coast of SE Asia
n
(Languages) a hypothetical family of languages relating the languages of New Guinea other than Malayo-Polynesian. Tentative affiliations with Malayo-Polynesian or Australian languages have been suggested
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An unspoken pressure is being brought to bear on them for choosing either BRI or IndoPacific Strategy to meet their aspiration for political stability and economic prosperity.
15 Nov Dr Dewi Fortuna Anwar (research professor at the Indo nesian Institute of Sciences and Sir Howard Kippenberger visiting professor in strategic studies at Victoria University of Wellington), 'Indonesia and the IndoPacific Order'.
Idalina sinjarica is a cosmopolitan species, reported from SBZ 2 of the Indopacific and Carribean region and SBZ 2 to SBZ 6 of the Tethyan region (Drobne et al., 2002; Afzal et al., 2011a) but in studied section it is found only in SBZ 3.
Before America signed onto the IndoPacific, Japan's premier Shinzo Abe defined our region as the confluence of two seas (the Indian and Pacific Oceans) and two continents (Africa and Asia).
Invasive IndoPacific lionfish Pterois volitans reduce recruitment of Atlantic coral-reef fishes.
Energy infrastructure development in the IndoPacific, including a focus on the developing world, that promotes regional integration; adheres to principles of good governance, respect for the interests of all stakeholders, and transparency in bidding and financing; and expands access to the global energy market.
The book begins by drawing a "risk map" based on the most important trends in the IndoPacific region.
The results showed that precipitation and sea surface temperature (SST) forecasted over a large part of the IndoPacific Ocean (specifically between latitude 30[degrees]S to 30[degrees]N and longitude 30[degrees]E to 27[degrees]E, i.e., the analog domain) demonstrated high levels of absolute correlation with observed MAM precipitation over the EA (focus) region during the post-1999 period.
Two novel marine anticancer compounds, kahalalide F and ES285, have been isolated from the Indopacific mollusc Elysia rufescens and the North Atlantic mollusc Spisula polynyma, respectively [36].
During El Ninos, warmer IndoPacific SSTs, and associated rainfall changes, may be more influential than the direct impacts of local increases in air temperatures.