cold pool

cold pool

[′kōld ‚pül]
(meteorology)
A region of relatively cold air surrounded by warmer air; the term is usually applied to cold air of appreciable vertical extent that has been isolated in lower latitudes as part of the formation of a cutoff low. Also known as cold-air drop; cold drop.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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But Matthew and Hannah, after their calm rest, were as light as two young deer, and merely stopped to say their prayers and wash themselves in a cold pool of the Amonoosuck, and then to taste a morsel of food, ere they turned their faces to the mountain-side.
SHOCK FACTOR AquaTech's Gustin had an unusual mandate for this West of Trail project: a constantly hot spa and a constantly cold pool (at a fairly deep five feet) so the client can quickly jump from one to the other in preparation for a trek on Mount Everest.
Set in the hills above Ocho Rios at Island Gully Falls, a short trek through exotic forest leads you to a cove where enchanted tourists are hypnotically drawn to the crystal waterfalls and enticed to walk through the rushing water, while the more adventurous swing on a rope or leap off the mountain rock into a cold pool.
Additionally, multiple cross sections along the length of the same bore confirm that remarkably different structures and modes can be forced by the same convective cold pool (Fig.
This means the cold pool develops a lot further from the storm, called updraft-downdraft separation.
Start in the sauna with a lovely scrub, do an ice bath, take a nice warm dip in the hot plunge pool then an invigorating one in the cold pool, get a relaxing head massage, and finish off with a quick swim in the luxurious outdoor pool.
A small mesh beam trawl survey was conducted in the southeast Bering Sea during September 2012, a year when a cold pool (<2[degrees]C bottom water) dominated the middle shelf.
It's a slow, painful death to get into a cold pool slowly.
Bathers sweat it out in a sauna, then jump in a cold pool. Back inside, we were thrashed with birch leaves before jumping in the pool again.
The training suite also has a hydrotherapy room with a 7-foot-by-14-foot cold pool, a 7-by-7 warm pool and an 8-by-12 aquatic therapy pool.