seabed

[ US /ˈsiˌbɛd/ ]
[ UK /sˈiːbɛd/ ]
NOUN
  1. the bottom of a sea or ocean
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How To Use seabed In A Sentence

  • Spider crabs stalked the seabed; wrasse, blennies, shannies and rockling darted over the reefs, and pollack wheeled overhead.
  • The pylon is to be the centerpiece of a planned underwater museum featuring relics uncovered from the Mediterranean seabed. Newsvine - Get Smarter Here
  • The foreshore and seabed being owned by a subset of New Zealanders instead of all New Zealanders is what the billboard is about.
  • They acted as an anchorage for the stanchions which, standing on the seabed, supported the harbours.
  • Ten percent of the foreshore and seabed is owned down to the mean high water spring by Maori under Maori title.
  • Adjacent coastal states have sovereign rights over the seabed mineral resources of the shelf.
  • Bottom trawling (scraping large nets across the seabed) kills coral, stirs up sediment causing pollutants to migrate into seaweed and other fish feed, and scoops up large amounts of by-catch -- other sealife, like turtles and dolphins unintentionally caught and wasted. Cathy Erway: The Pescatore's Dilemma
  • The seabed under the arch is covered in large boulders 18m below, all covered in an algal fuzz that is home to large numbers of wrasse, bream and spiny starfish.
  • Spain said in its court filing: “Analysis of location information from multiple sources confirms the location on the seabed from which Odyssey took coins and other artifacts is the site of Mercedes.” Spain claims all treasure from The Black Swan : Coin Collecting News
  • Over the stern the rudder rests folded towards the seabed at 30m, but the propeller was salvaged soon after the ship went down.
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