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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of upwell.
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As if Paul's words had been a spell of magic, discouragement and weariness passed from her spirit, and hope upwelled in her heart like a dancing fountain.
Other continental shelf regions may also be impacted where anthropogenic CO2-enriched water is being upwelled onto the shelf.
As the ocean's deeper waters contain more nitrogen and phosphorous, more marine life lives in the upwelled water.
Yes, you can say that the excess heat has been moved into deeper waters and cooler waters from below have upwelled causing the current cool anomoly.
“Cool water hundreds of feet below the surface typically flows from the mid-latitudes to the tropics, and these waters are eventually upwelled”¢’¬?
One of Gray’s beliefs is that there is a lag, for some reason, in the upwelling, and it takes a decade or longer for the cooler upwelled waters to have a strong influence on global temperatures.
This fish did not pass through the Strait of Gibraltar when it arrived there, but instead moved north-west into shelf waters south of Cape Trafalgar before heading south-west again across the entire Gulf of Cadiz during January and into cooler, upwelled waters off Morocco prior to moving off-shelf into warmer waters off west Africa in early February (