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subsea

[suhb-see, suhb-see] /sʌbˈsi, ˈsʌbˌsi/
adjective
1.
occurring, working, etc., under the sea or ocean:
a subsea specialist in oil rigs.
Origin
sub- + sea
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  • But you can achieve a similar subsea effect in other areas by experimenting with hardier succulents.
  • Although the flow of oil from the subsea well appears to have stopped, it's not clear why.
  • The subsea depression was discovered quite by accident, during prospecting of the area for oil and gas.
  • Drilling may be done with or without a riser and may use surface or subsea well control equipment.
  • subsea flow meters are not designed to measure flow rates that would result from relatively small leaks.
  • The subsea permafrost layer has long served as a barrier to the methane, sealing it in the seabed.

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