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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As the Gulf Stream current curves away from North America and heads east across the Atlantic, it swirls at its edges.
who, in 1937, wrote in Atlantic Game Fishing: "The three factors responsible for Biminis prominence as a fishing center are, to my mind, the great depth of the water, the rapidly moving Gulf Stream current, and the abundance of fish which serve as food for the big fish" (41).
According to a new study by researchers at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, we are witnessing a slowdown of the great ocean circulation that drives the Gulf Stream current off the US east coast.
The next day CBS said it's also creating an online streaming service, CBS All Access, that will cost $5.99 per month and allow customers to stream current CBS shows the day after they air, plus give access to 5,000 episodes of past shows such as "Star Trek," "Cheers" and "MacGyver" via a companion service called CBS Classics.
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?
We found differences in all measurements of larvae (i.e., body size, width of the head and base of prothoracic) with respect to the stream current flow factor, but not with respect to the stream order factor (Table 1).
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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.S.
We described changes in spatial aggregation during the autumn, and also examined orientation of mussels relative to stream current. Following the conclusion of the study, we sacrificed female mussels to estimate fecundity and to relate fecundity to a variety of anatomical measurements.
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.