PACIFIC EXPLORATION REVEALS runof f an d th e limite d presence of upliftin g of cooler waters that are EXTREMELY CLEAR WATER thermohalin e circulation, bot h of abundan t with nutrients. A n expedition to the South Pa- whic h normally invigorate ocean Discussion of th e discovery was cific Ocea n has revealed an area water s with life. Additionally, the recentl y published in Geophysical tha t contains the clearest ocean continuou s warmt h of th e ocean Research Letters. (SOURCE: New- water s on the planet, according to in the temperate area prevents an Scientist.com] researcher s who visited the loca- DR Y AI R CA N CHOKE HURRICANE EYE, ALTER ITS INTENSITY tion . Situated near Easter Island, th e patch of wate r is also th e most A ne w study reveals tha t dynami- process . At the same time, rain- ca l processes just outside of a lifeless ocea n area in th e world, the band s outside the moat created researcher s say. hurricane' s eye can disrupt and a new eyewall. This replacement the n reorganize the storm s inner "Satellite images that track the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 2007
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