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Difference b/w Baltic sea sediments, of , from ?

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Baltic sea sediments
Sediments of Baltic sea
Sediments from Baltic sea

Is there a difference or do they all mean the same?

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aaron22197 wrote:
Baltic sea sediments
Sediments of Baltic sea
Sediments from Baltic sea

Is there a difference or do they all mean the same?


Baltic sea sediments = Sediments of Baltic sea: NOUNS # Sediments from Baltic sea
"Sediments from Baltic sea" need verb preceded. Ex. To take sediments from Baltic sea ...

These are my senses.

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