By Laura Criado-PerezPublished Oct. 21, 2019 09:11:54When the waterworks are finally finished in 2020, the first thing people in the area will see is a pristine white stretch of beach.
But they’ll also see a massive structure on top of a hill, the centerpiece of the $1.5 billion ocean project, a massive, three-story, 120-foot-tall, 30-foot wide concrete structure called the Ocean Research Station, or ORS.
The massive structure has been built by the ocean research company, AquaLabs.
It will house a $100 million research and development facility, a science park, a research facility, and other amenities.
AquaLabs says it plans to spend $1 billion to finish the project.
It is a huge undertaking, but one that is necessary.
The project is critical to the future of our oceans.
We need to know where the oceans are going and where we can help to stabilize them.
That is why I am proud that I am here at the Ocean Science Center.
When the seawater tanks were first installed, many ocean scientists were skeptical about the long-term effects of pollution and pollution from ships.
They believed that the ocean was not able to absorb the nutrients it takes to grow the corals, which have to be harvested by ships every day.
It has been estimated that the annual amount of CO2 that the oceans take out of the atmosphere is about 1.3 million tons.
So the project has been a huge gamble.
But it has paid off.
The ocean is getting better, and more and more people are recognizing its importance.
And the results have been amazing.
In the summer of 2021, the ORS opened, a $250 million, 1,500-acre facility that houses a research station, science park and a science center.
The science center is a four-story building with a view of the ocean and is the largest ocean research station in the world.
The facility was designed by the Ocean Sciences Institute of California, a division of the University of California.
In 2019, the California Coastal Commission, the state’s coastal protection agency, awarded the OHS an “Outstanding Design Award” for its ocean research facilities.
In 2018, the commission awarded the Ocean Lab an “Innovative Design Award.”
The OHS was named an Innovative Research and Development Center of Excellence in 2020.
In 2019, it was named the Ocean Center of the Year by the National Marine Fisheries Service.
In 2020, AquaLab announced that it was buying the entire ORS from the California Department of Water Resources for $1 per year.
The Ocean Research Center is expected to be finished by 2025.
It is expected that the facility will serve as a laboratory for marine research and commercial development.
The project will also have a large economic impact on the area.
The ORS is expected add $500 million to the area’s economy, and the ocean is one of the most important resources on the water.
A $100-million contribution by AquaLab is a big step toward the Ocean’s future.
The $1 million donation is a first step toward making sure that our oceans are not overfished.
In addition to the ocean, the ocean provides much of the nutrients for fish that eat seawater and other foods.
The ocean is the most valuable resource in our environment.
The Ocean Research System, which is under construction at the OCS, will provide a permanent home for the ocean sciences community, with the potential to support the next generation of ocean scientists, including marine biologists and oceanographers.