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- pacific ocean, nesting in the juan fernández islands off chile. it is a transequatorial migrant, finding its way to subtropical waters off ****an before returning
- feeds mostly on fish and squid, with some crustaceans taken. it is a transequatorial migrant, breeding in new zealand and some of the lesser islands, then
- television on channel 2 and argentina on channel 3 were also received via transequatorial propagation (tep). on june 30, 1975, glenn hauser of enid, oklahoma
- predominantly nests on offs**** islands off chile, i.e. mocha island. it is a transequatorial migrant, moving toward subarctic waters of the pacific after raising
- reach of the leo's. satellites are basically orbiting repeaters. transequatorial propagation also known as (tep) is a regular daytime occurrence on
- breeding on islands off australia, new zealand and chile, undertake transequatorial migrations of millions of birds up to the waters off alaska and back
- southern ocean comprises the southernmost waters of the world's three transequatorial oceans, north from 60° s latitude. the northern boundary, defined by
- oil and gas pipeline master limited partnership in the united states transequatorial propagation (tep), discovered in 1947 tucson electric power, currently