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SEA

abbreviation for SINGLE EUROPEAN ACT.

SEA. The ocean; the great mass of waters which surrounds the land, and which probably extends from pole to pole, covering nearly three quarters of the globe. Waters within the ebb and flow of the tide, are to be considered the sea. Gilp. R. 526.
     2. The sea is public and common to all people, and every person has an equal right to navigate it, or to fish there; Ang. on Tide Wat. 44 to 49; Dane's Abr. c. 68, a. 3, 4; Inst. 2, 1, 1; and to land upon the sea, shore. (q.v.)
     3. Every nation has jurisdiction to the distance of a cannon shot, (q, v.) or marine league, over the water adjacent to its shore. 2 Cranch, 187, 234; 1 Circuit Rep. 62; Bynk. Qu. Pub. Juris. 61; 1 Azuni Mar. Law, 204; Id. 185; Vattel, 207:

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This will enable the team to determine how many tonnes of sea cage fish stock can be sustainably cultivated in the marine environment and analyse any impacts on the seafloor under the proposed sea cages.
Caption: In Chile, fish are farmed mostly in coastal marine environments (sea cages, above).
There is also a strong interest in finfish production in sea cages. Traditional cage farming requires relatively a low initial investment but the recommended production capacity of the culture system should reach 100 tonnes per year.
In the case of the pilot sea cage farm, the Norwegian government helped out with a post-tsunami development program that supplied expertise from the Institute of Marine Research Bureau in Bergen.
Open-Ocean Process: Sea cages submerged between 50 to 100 feet of water to produce fish for commercial use.
The first experiments with raising Atlantic salmon were carried out in an experimental sea cage operation by the St.
The broad activities assisted for promotion of pisciculture are; integrated development of reservoirs, installation of cages/pens in reservoirs, development of freshwater/brackishwater aquaculture, development of water logged area, development of cold water fisheries, productive utilization of inland saline/alkaline waters for aquaculture, rejuvenation of Urban/ Semi-Urban/ Rural Lakes/Tanks, stocking of fish fingerlings in beels/wetland and promotion of new technology such as Re-circulatory Aquaculture System(RAS), open sea cage culture including seaweed cultivation, bivalve culture and pearl culture.
lalandi reared for the first time in a sea cage in northern Chile (26[degrees]34'17"S, 70[degrees]41'29"W).
mollis beneath salmon farms in Australasia should also be evaluated, considering the extensive sea cage salmonid production in the region, and given that other sea cucumbers species have performed well in co-culture with finfish (Ahlgren 1998, Yokoyama 2013).
Up to 50,000 can be crammed into a single sea cage in a space ratio that works out at just a single bathtub of water per fish.
The Oceanic Institute just completed a trial run where they put a large submerged sea cage off Ewa Beach in 100 feet of water.
Other programs are designed to improve management techniques, evaluate sea cage systems, and to upgrade stock.