In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Geographyarrecife masculinemasculine escollomasculine arrecifea coral reef — un arrecife de coral
- The state is funding a long-term program to build artificial oyster reefs from shells recycled by North Carolina restaurants.
- Representatives of Baker's Bay say the project will not damage the reef.
- On a shallow rocky reef, two silvery sea bass accompany us during a 45-minute dive.
- Although enforcement alone can't protect the reefs, cooperation can.
- The Federal Government has awarded Geraldton nearly $250,000 to develop an artificial reef off the coast.
- Pieces of its wreckage can be found all over this rocky coastal reef.
- To illustrate the point, Knowlton offers the example of coral reefs, which she describes as the most diverse ecosystems in the world.
- Tourists visit Mayan ruins, take jungle safaris, and explore a long barrier reef.
- Today, most of the country's southeast coast is surrounded by man-made reefs, which are harvested commercially.
- They are fairly active and can be seen exploring rocky reefs and the ocean bottom in search of food.
- Waterfront homeowners also will be encouraged to restore oyster reefs in their own backyards.
- Boats can be hired for passage to outer islands and fringing reefs.
- Whatever your reason, diving a tropical reef is as good as it gets.
- On the sandbar you will have several hours to relax or snorkel the surrounding reefs.
- Returning from it, however, his vessel catches on a reef off the coast of Florida.
- Many of these shallower coral reefs are in pristine condition.
- Below are beautiful coral reefs, turtles, sharks and a clean ocean floor.
- Mexico's Caribbean has outstanding reefs teeming with corals and fish life.
- They're ringed by one of the world's largest barrier reefs and home to outstanding diving and fishing.
- Mostly we dived shallow coral reefs in the order of 12m deep and less.
- Apparently, three of the Struben brothers' workers were among those who struck gold in the main reef.
- Instead, it really does consist of a large number of small reefs, in fact if you look at a map in the museum behind us you'd see very clearly that it's not one continuous solid reef.
- In its pomp KGF was the wealthiest gold reef in the British Empire, with the deepest shaft at Champion Reef.
- The search for gold spread, and in 1886 the main reef at Langlaagte in Johannesburg was discovered.
- By July though, it was reported from Beltana that no payable gold had been found, but that some good reefs had been taken up.
- As reclamation began, people came to live here, and through coal mining the reef started to expand continuously.
- After the alluvial gold had been mined, companies were formed to start reef mining.
- On 21 February there were clashes between police and the strikers across the reef, from Benoni to Fordsburg.
- Lack of investment led to the closure of the once-rich reefs and, more recently, gold itself has lost its glitter and become just another mineral deposit.
- The reef mines sank far underground, and used expensive machinery and complex metallurgical processes to separate the gold from the waste rock.
- This town grew up to serve the gold mining industry and took its name from quartz-bearing reefs discovered in the area in 1871.
- The story of gold is told in a bus tour taking in the site where Harrison identified the gold reef in Langlaagte.
- Most of the ‘Cape Blue’ crocidolite was mined from seven reefs, each several metres thick.
- The wealth from those fields helped finance the exploitation of the greatest gold reef in the world, which was discovered on the Witwatersrand in 1886.
- Then there is the historical aspect of the reef, which brings into focus the reef as resource, a story of commodities and extractive industries, from fishing to mining.
- This is in marked contrast to those reefs close to the mine that are regularly affected by high sediment loads carried by the plume.
- The city's population grew during that decade from 70,000 to over 500,000, as fortunes were won and lost on the nearby gold reefs.
- On the Witwatersrand the gold-bearing rock was discovered in outcrops on the surface, but within a few years it became clear that the deposits followed reefs deep underground sloping to the south.
- The technique was to go slowly back and forth parallel to the shore on the basalt reef and locate any fissure veins containing copper or other minerals.
- How diverse the land is here; desert and limestone cliffs are a stone's throw from the reef.
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