Oxford English For Electrical And Mechanical Engineering: Answer Book With Teaching Notes
Oxford English for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Answer Book, . . .
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Electrical and electronic engineering
on January 2nd, 2012
Perth’s green-lipped mussel may be the largest and most elusive in the world (video).
As discovered by scientists with the Southern Ocean Salmon program, green-lipped mussels (Geukensia demissa) have been inadvertently caught in drift gillnets off South Australia and Western Australia.
Green-lipped mussels are known to live for more than 20 years and live in estuaries and tidal pools, so have been known to catch fishermen by surprise. However, these mussels are difficult to see and may have survived almost unnoticed in many regions of the Southern Ocean.
The first green-lipped mussels were discovered in the early 1970s off Port Lincoln in South Australia. Since then, they have been found across the South Australian and Western Australian coastline, and as far north as the Gulf of Carpentaria.
Drift nets are usually thought of as fishing nets used in the open ocean, but they also exist in freshwater. Drifting nets are generally known as gillnets, but some keep them seine-like and others are like binoculars; basically for use in enclosed waterways. The nets are 100 metres long, and may be 2-15 metres wide. Drift nets may have 15-20 arms between 5 metres and 10 metres long and are dragged along by wind or occasionally by a boat. Drifting nets are generally used in rivers, lakes, estuaries and tidal creeks, and may be used in a estuary by a boat or tug.
Sea-nets are a type of drift net which are triangular in shape, made of plastic tubing, and sink to the seabed. This type of net is used on many of WA’s bays for the catch of Australian sea-trout, to keep out the sea-urchins and eels which feast on them, which could disrupt the breeding.
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The Oxford English for Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Answer Book with Teaching Notes by Eric H. Glendinning is a book that was used to prepare students for the actual exam.
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