dead zone


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dead zone

[′ded ‚zōn]
(electricity)
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Yet even if this year's oxygen-depleted area winds up smaller than expected, historical data suggests that Barry -- like other big storms -- will flush additional nutrients into the Mississippi and other Gulf tributaries, leading to bigger dead zones in the long run, said Anna Michalak of the Carnegie Institution for Science in Stanford, California.
this year's Gulf of Mexico's dead zone was 8,776 square miles,
The Arabian Sea is the largest and thickest dead zone in the world.
"Our research shows that the situation is actually worse than feared, and that the area of dead zone is vast and growing.
Li, "Observer-based adaptive fuzzy tracking control of MIMO stochastic nonlinear systems with unknown control directions and unknown dead zones," IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, vol.
(2) The dead zone input is considered in the discrete-time switched uncertain nonlinear system.
The creative target is always moving in the dead zone, so creatives are set up for failure.
The IRS will apply similar rules to the SHOP dead zones in Iowa this year, officials say.
Until now, the size of the dead zone each summer and the factors explaining the variability from year to year have been elusive.
Many exhibitions showcase paintings, ceramics, sculptures and even fabrics but the two group exhibitions we suggest you put on your list of things to see for the middle of December are Dead Zone Vertigo in Nicosia and Studio 4 in Ayia Napa.
A growing 'dead zone' in the Arabian Sea has allowed low-oxygen plankton to dominate the base of the marine food chain.