Although the route is navigationally
straightforward, and follows estate track for most of its length, a pretty remote and lengthy day lay ahead.
A tight competition on navigationally
testing courses saw Solway take on seven English clubs from north-east and northwest areas, all of whom are much larger clubs.
A study found that during the task requiring a navigationally
complex environment and for a long period of time, it is preferable to use simulated walking .
* The production of fortnightly Notices to Mariners and maintenance of navigationally
significant dangers and changes to all forms of charts as they are discovered.
Such experiences of rewilding are potentially aesthetically challenging not only in the sense that they are unscenic--because they include messy or ugly things (the sight of dying vegetation, decomposing animal bodies or extensive fire damage; the stagnant smells of a blocked river channel) and because they necessitate a closeness that prevents scenic distance --but also because this mode of aesthetic experience (on foot, proximate and changing from visit to visit, making the spatial composition of subjects and objects likely unmappable) is physically and navigationally
(30) In 2010, some 2.9 million bb/d passed through the Turkish Straits, seventeen miles long and only half a mile wide; each year some fifty thousand ships, including five thousand tankers, transit this navigationally
very difficult waterway.
Finally, less than 1 percent of the US navigationally
significant Arctic waters have been surveyed with modern technology.
The story both told and untold in the court case is of the slave ship Zong whose captain, having lost his way, navigationally
, threw overboard the ship's "cargo" of enslaved Africans in order to collect insurance monies.