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Advanced Marine Electrics and Electronics Troubleshooting

Advanced Marine Electrics and Electronics Troubleshooting



Edwin R. Sherman, "Advanced Marine Electrics and Electronics Troubleshooting"
Int..nal M.rine/Ragged M..ntain Press | 2007 | ISBN: 0071461868 | 172 pages | PDF | 21 MB SAVE TIME AND MONEY WITH THIS STATE-OF-THE-ART GUIDE TO THE LATEST, MOST ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT AND TECHNIQUESEd Sherman is one of America??�s great teachers and communicators of marine technology.???--Tim Murphy, Executive Editor, Cruising WorldWhether you are a marine electronics professional or a boatowner, Advanced Marine Electrics and Electronics Troubleshooting helps you understand the new, more powerful methods of troubleshooting marine electrical and electronic systems. A modern boat??�s sophisticated installations and networked electronics can stretch the traditional diagnostic

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Chronobiology of Marine Organisms

Chronobiology of Marine Organisms


Chronobiology of Marine Organisms by Ernest Naylor
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0521760534 | 252 pages | PDF | 2,7 MB
Do intertidal organisms simply respond to the rise and fall of tides, or do they possess biological timing and navigation mechanisms that allow them to anticipate when conditions are most favourable? How are the patterns of growth, development and reproduction of some marine plants and animals related to changes in day-length or to phases of the moon?

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The Seafaring Dictionary: Terms Idioms and Legends of the Past and Present

The Seafaring Dictionary: Terms Idioms and Legends of the Past and Present



The Seafaring Dictionary: Terms, Idioms and Legends of the Past and Present By David S. T. Blackmore
Publisher: Mc//Farl...and 2009 | 398 Pages | ISBN: 0786442662 | PDF | 6 MBNavigable waters cover almost three-quarters of the surface of our planet, and they have been home to centuries of seafarers who, being isolated from land for extensive periods, developed a specialized language all their own. Their language is a complex mixture of the strange and the familiar, including words taken from many English dialects, coined words, slang words, words used by mariners speaking other tongues, and words developed to identify occupations, titles, equipment, or activities. With its many intricate nuances, navalese can be as esoteric and incomprehensible to the layperson as ancient

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