stream current

stream current

[′strēm ‚kə·rənt]
(hydrology)
A steady current in a stream or river.
(oceanography)
A deep, narrow, well-defined fast-moving ocean current.
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A light chop on blue-green waters yields to a rolling swell, deep and vivid blue, on the north-flowing Gulf Stream current.
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Could the strong Gulf Stream current that provides South Florida with a moderate year-round climate and sweeps into the region a rich range of marine life, also help keep the lights on using renewable energy?
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The data revealed the shark entering the Gulf Stream current and open-ocean waters of the northwestern Atlantic Ocean.
The 1,420-mile race to New York, the latest stage of the 35,000-mile circumnavigation, will take them past the island of Cuba and up the east coast of North America, following the Gulf Stream current.
Unlike the Atlantic, where the Gulf Stream current pushes warm water to relative high latitudes along the eastern coast, the U.
We described changes in spatial aggregation during the autumn, and also examined orientation of mussels relative to stream current.
Matthew likes to jump off the boat for a swim in this area because the Gulf Stream current flows into the area warming the water.
Other effects include enormous--and anomalous--boluses of both warm and cold water discovered floating in the North Atlantic Ocean and flowing clockwise with the Gulf Stream current.
The reason for this restriction has to do both with the position of Long Island along the Atlantic Coast and the force primarily responsible for bringing these species north -- the powerful Gulf Stream current.