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“It was to be a carefully coordinated land-sea journey with both components dependent on the other for survival.”
“Prior to 1860, there were only two ways for mail to reach the West Coast: the southwesterly Oxbow Route, which took three weeks, and a land-sea route from New York City to San Francisco, via the Isthmus of Panama, which took twice that long.”
“Along the land-sea margin of the Arctic, over the past few decades there has been an increase in the magnitude of oscillations of the permafrost bottom (deepest extent of permafrost), and a greater variability in thickness during the warmer part of longer-term cycles, indicating an overall degradation of coastal permafrost .”
“The climate change in this period is generally believed to be associated with precessional changes in the distribution of solar radiation, which primarily affect land-sea temperature contrast, and give only a regional warming, plus an enhancement of certain monsoonal circulations.”
“Most experts agree that a combined land-sea operation would have succeeded.”
“There are only three or four alternative data sets widely used to chronicle global temperature, and the other land-sea data sets not the satellite data sets are as shrouded in mystery, as to their origins, as is the CRU data set.”
“If the aggressive culture was part of the Road of Silk, on the land-sea trade routes along which information spread like a virus, then it had a huge advantage over those moving more slowly.”
“A promotion for confirming what others had said: that there was no possibility of trade, and even colonization would be tricky, due to the low land-sea ratio and the possible concern over displacing an intelligent species.”
“For more information on productivity, nutrient dynamics and land-sea interactions, see Furnas.”
“It might be possible that this monstrous creature might have the capability to swim, walk, and fly... some fish have the ability to be air born, some birds can swim, and there are various other land-sea, land-air animals...”
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