- melt + water (Wiktionary)
“The danger is that cold, fresh meltwater from the Arctic and/or Greenland will block the return path.”
“Local lake filled with icy cold meltwater from the surrounding mountains.”
“This operation will be centered on what Stamp calls a "mother ship," where the meltwater is to be filtered and bottled.”
“It shot out of the canyon at the top of a cliff, where meltwater from a glacier plunged down into a distant pool.”
“This particular paper deals with the so-called meltwater spike presumeable released about 8-10,000 years b.p. from the melting Laurentide ice sheet.”
“Molluscs keep best on ice covered with a damp cloth, and should not be allowed to sit in a puddle of meltwater, which is saltless and therefore fatal to sea creatures.”
“He then mentions a company called meltwater, and back over to him ... who are a "media" company PAID by Government to trawl blogs and read what we say about them.”
“Completely aside from the global warming implications (such as meltwater from the nearby Greenland ice cap halting the Gulf Stream return loop and plunging Europe into another Ice Age), this does open up the possibility of transpolar freight.”
“In the cliffs, among the boulders, there were pools of ice, frozen meltwater draining from the land above the bay, and lingering banks of snow.”
“A frozen pool of meltwater, and the inspiration for the story I began yesterday.”
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