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cross sea [海]逆浪

Ross Sea 罗斯海(南太平洋深入南极洲的大海湾)

  • One afternoon last winter, two ships lined up side by side in a field of pack ice at the mouth of the Ross Sea, off the coast of Antarctica.

    NEWYORKER: Neptune’s Navy

  • New Zealand is angry that fleets of longliners—ships with lines of baited hooks that may trail a couple of kilometres behind them—are moving east to the Ross Sea, New Zealand's Antarctic dependency.

    ECONOMIST: New Zealand v the toothfish pirates

  • On January 19th, the day he moored his ships together in the Ross Sea, he wore a black, military-style sweater adorned with Sea Shepherd patches, and a rainbow-colored belt that held a sheathed knife.

    NEWYORKER: Neptune’s Navy

  • Watson and a crew of fifty-two volunteers had sailed the ships—the Farley Mowat, from Australia, and the Robert Hunter, from Scotland—to the Ross Sea with the intention of saving whales in one of their principal habitats.

    NEWYORKER: Neptune’s Navy

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