Onshore Sentence Examples
Workers in this capacity are under constant supervision and some positions may be onshore while others are offshore.
The Sea Voyager is equipped with a fleet of zodiac landing craft as well as single and double kayaks that you can board to make onshore excursions at a moment's notice.
Onshore positions offer great opportunities to familiarize employees to the field before moving on to an offshore Alaska fishing boat job.
Phases of accretion of Denn beach foreshore are apparently related to phases of onshore bank migration (Robinson, 1975 ).
We regularly act for both offshore and onshore construction risk, operational and liability insurers, often working closely with leading energy adjusters.Advertisement
Contains macrofossil evidence for Lower Jurassic strata much younger than those preserved onshore.
The level of pressure in the pipeline will be three times the typical international standards set for onshore pipelines.
Onshore The Rough facility is on 24 hour standby and can feed gas into the network within approximately two hours.
Gas from the North Morecambe field is different to that from the South Morecambe field, necessitating different onshore processing terminals.
Over an operating lifetime of 20 years, an onshore turbine is expected to recover over 80 times the input energy required.Advertisement
In addition, any tax on gains within the bond is deferred until such time as the funds are repatriated onshore.
In the upper air a dry off-shore wind from the Rocky Mountain plateau prevails throughout the summer; and in winter an onshore rain wind.
Passengers then have the whole day to spend in Mexico, where they can enjoy many exciting onshore activities.
With astonishing scenery, there are many exciting onshore activities to enjoy.
This boot, which is for onshore use, allows for greater flexibility than deck boots.Advertisement
While many career choices are aboard boats, those interested in the field may want to consider jobs onshore as well.
Embarkation operations were carried on almost entirely at " V " and " W " beaches, at both of which there were provisional breakwaters in existence furnishing some shelter when there was an onshore breeze.