Under the contract, the Contractor will have exclusive rights for exploration for polymetallic sulphides over 10,000 square kilometres of the seabed located in the Central Indian Ocean.
What does CIO stand for?
CIO stands for Central Indian Ocean
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The noise would place the Kuala Lumpur-to-Beijing flight in the central Indian Ocean, 3,000 miles from the Western Australia coast.
has vehemently refuted new claims that the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 landed in Diego Garcia, an island situated south of the equator of the Central Indian Ocean.
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) announces the launch on March 27 of an Internet expedition in the central Indian Ocean called Dive and Discover (http://www.
The dipole, when it is present, consists of a warm water region around Indonesia and New Guinea, and a relatively colder region in the central Indian Ocean west of Australia (see map above).
The map shows that coral regions in Southeast Asia, Micronesia, the Eastern Pacific, and the central Indian Ocean experience high stress, while the Caribbean, Great Barrier Reef, Central Pacific, Polynesia, and the Western Indian Ocean-contained moderate to high rates of exposure as well as high rates of reducing factors.