Summary: A dolphin has been found swimming in shallow waters near Huntington Beach, California.
What does SW stand for?
SW stands for Shallow Water
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HOUSTON, July 11, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Jim Noe, executive director of the Shallow Water Energy Security Coalition, commented on today's release of a Quest Offshore Resources study prepared for the National Ocean Industries Association and the American Petroleum Institute that predicts a 77 percent increase in employment by 2013 -- IF permitting rates return to pre-Macondo levels: Today's study by Quest Offshore Resources estimates that total employment supported by the Gulf of Mexico oil and natural gas industry by 2013 could exceed 430,000 jobs -- growth that would represent an increase of 77 percent, or 180,000 jobs, over the low levels of 2010 when the shallow-water permitting slow-down and deepwater moratorium first brought activity in the Gulf to its knees.
This is because all the fields in shallow waters are being depleted.
Byline: Susan Abram Staff Writer ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST - Anglers hooked on Bouquet Creek will find fewer farm-grown fish than usual this season as shallow waters resulting from the stormy winter prevent federal agencies from stocking the waterway at full capacity.
Hydrothermal vents releasing sulfurous brews from inside Earth can occur in shallow water, such as near Taiwan, in the Mediterranean, and even off California.
Some tips to avoid shallow-water blackout include: * Don't hyperventilate while swimming * Recognize that any strenuous exercise done under water will drastically limit the time one can stay underwater, and people should head to the surface much sooner * Include shallow-water blackout as a topic prior to all training for water activities * Explain to children at a young age what shallow-water blackout is and why they should never practice breath-hold diving * Aquatics managers and life guards should prohibit swimmers from engaging in this activity Don't let your vacation turn tragic playing a simple children's game in shallow water.
And shallow water causes an incoming wave to rise, "trip," and break; waves don't break in deep water.
Still, they remember diving safely into shallow water from their childhood experiences and expect to do so as they get older.