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Oceana, WV -- U.S. town in West Virginia
Population (2000): 1550
Housing Units (2000): 739
Land area (2000): 1.332333 sq. miles (3.450726 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.332333 sq. miles (3.450726 sq. km)
FIPS code: 60364
Located within: West Virginia (WV), FIPS 54
Location: 37.692976 N, 81.634386 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 24870
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
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Oceana, WV
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Oceana -- U.S. County in Michigan
Population (2000): 26873
Housing Units (2000): 15009
Land area (2000): 540.457791 sq. miles (1399.779193 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 766.267288 sq. miles (1984.623080 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1306.725079 sq. miles (3384.402273 sq. km)
Located within: Michigan (MI), FIPS 26
Location: 43.643410 N, 86.291549 W
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Oceana County
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Oceana

Oceana may refer to:

  • Oceana Mahlmann, a German singer
  • Oceana (album), an album by Derek Sherinian
  • Oceana (band), an American post-hardcore band
  • Oceana (nightclub), a chain of nightclubs in the United Kingdom
  • Oceana (non-profit group), an ocean conservation group
  • MV Oceana, a cruise ship
  • Oceana Publications, a U.S. law publisher
  • Oceàna (opera), by Antonio Smareglia
  • The Commonwealth of Oceana, a 1656 political tract by James Harington
  • Oceana, a musical project produced by Manny Lehman
  • 224 Oceana, an asteroid in the asteroid belt
Oceana (non-profit group)

Oceana is the largest international ocean conservation and advocacy organization. Oceana works to protect and restore the world’s oceans through targeted policy campaigns.

Oceana bases its policy campaign goals on science to achieve concrete and measurable results through targeted campaigns that combine policy, advocacy, science, law, media, and public pressure to prevent collapse of fish populations, marine mammals and other sea life caused by industrial fishing and pollution. Campaigns are designed to produce clear, identifiable policy changes within a 3–5 year timeframe.

Oceana is headquartered in Washington, D.C. and has North American offices in New York City; Juneau, Alaska; Anchorage, Alaska; Portland, Oregon; Monterey, California; Boston; and Los Angeles. In Europe, Oceana has offices in Brussels, Belgium and Madrid, Spain. The South American office is in Santiago, Chile and the Central American office is in Belize City, Belize.

Oceana (nightclub)

Oceana also known as The Ocean is a chain of nightclubs in the United Kingdom owned and managed by Deltic Group. There are Oceana venues in Nottingham, Plymouth, Southampton, and Watford. There were also venues in Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Kingston and Leeds however these have been converted to Pryzm nightclubs, another Luminar chain. There were also venues in Milton Keynes and Swansea, however they have since closed.

Oceana (band)

Oceana is an American rock band from St. Petersburg, Florida. Formed in 2007 and beginning with a post-hardcore sound, they were signed to Rise Records released their debut album titled The Tide on March 4, 2008, followed by the album Birth.Eater on May 19, 2009. They debuted a lighter indie rock sound with their EP Clean Head released on May 11, 2010. While recording their third album, One Big Particular Loop, in 2012, they reinvented themselves under the name Polyenso.

Oceàna (opera)

Oceàna is an opera in three acts composed by Antonio Smareglia to a libretto in Italian by Silvio Benco. It premiered at La Scala on 22 January 1903 in a performance conducted by Arturo Toscanini.

Oceana (singer)

Oceana Mahlmann (born January 23, 1982) is a German singer. Her musical roots are embedded in soul, reggae, hip hop, and funk.

Oceana (album)

Oceana is the seventh studio album by keyboardist Derek Sherinian, released on September 5, 2011 through Music Theories Recordings. After his recording sessions for the album, guitarist Joe Bonamassa posted on his official forum: "This session was one of the most challenging of my career. To be in the studio with Derek Sherinian and Simon Phillips [is] daunting. A huge thanks to Both Derek and Simon for getting me through it. I learned a lot. Oceana is a killer record. Highly recommended."

Usage examples of "oceana".

He hadn't said more than a few words since the Tomcat had first climbed from the runway at Oceana Naval Air Station hours before.

He had decided to monitor flight operations this evening from Pri-Fly, and had arrived about the time that the ferry mission from Oceana NAS had met up with Darkstar, the KA-6D tanker dispatched from Jefferson to top off tanks that would be running low after a flight of over nineteen hundred miles.

He knew them only by their hostage identities: Hath of Conquest, Tiala of Oceana, all of the entities he had unsuccessfully tried to salvage from Andromedan domination.

They were only ninety minutes out of Oceana Naval Air Station at Virginia Beach.

The chief quartermaster on deck at the time noted that the truck came from Oceana Naval Air Station.

The Stallion's disappearance from Oceana Naval Air Station for only a few hours would be viewed merely as a matter of routine.

The Stallion’s disappearance from Oceana Naval Air Station for only a few hours would be viewed merely as a matter of routine.

When their C-130 had touched down at NAS Oceana on Wednesday, there'd been no one waiting to meet the grim coterie of commandos as they filed off the transport, a thirteen-man honor guard to a lone, flag-draped coffin.

Already, the aircraft were orbiting overhead, first among them the F-14 Tomcat fighters that had lifted off from Oceana Naval Air Station.