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meltwater

[′melt‚wȯd·ər]
(hydrology)
Water derived from melting ice or snow, especially glacier ice.
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But during this meltwater pulse there was an extremely rapid disintegration of an ice sheet, and sea levels rose much faster than average.
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With its fifth acquisition in less than nine months, Meltwater is building on its data science engine aimed at offering a media intelligence platform.
This is significant because the depth at which meltwater reaches the ocean is believed to influence ocean circulation across the world, and therefore has global climatic implications.
in addition to access to newspapers, the Meltwater dashboard is designed to
Under Jorn's direction, Meltwater wrote European copyright law in a landmark CJEU and UK Supreme Court ruling against the UK Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA) in 2014.
content and refusal to pay a licensing fee, Meltwater has obtained an unfair commercial advantage in the marketplace and directly harmed the creator of expressive content protected by the Copyright Act," Cote said.
Rupper pointed out that the decline in meltwater could have a widespread impact.
The incubator is the second stage of Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST), a three-phase entrepreneurial program designed to foster the growth of software companies in Africa.
Antarctica is already losing ice, but the direct effects of meltwater, which generally refreezes in winter, are probably negligible for now," Columbia University's Earth Institute explained in the statement.
The model showed freefalling meltwater that struck the water collected in the moulin sent acoustic pressure waves into the moulin's walls and base, as well as through the ice, creating the tremor activity.