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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upwell.
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A sensible-heat polynya forms when water that is above freezing upwells, or moves from the lower depths of the ocean to the surface.
This trade wind strength is important, because it affects Pacific Warm Pool surface temperature directly (evaporation/mixing) and indirectly (north-south flow of cool shallow subsurface water to the Equator, where it upwells and cools the Warm Pool surface).
And the funny thing is that the amount of CO2 which upwells is greater than that which goes down, at least so far, because most of the CO2 in solution gets used by plankton for photosynthesis.
The warm water covers less surface area and, importantly, cool water upwells in the eastern Pacific.
A sensible-heat polynya forms when water that is above freezing upwells, or moves from the lower depths of the Satellite view of polynyas (dark areas) near Oates Coast, Antarctica (solid white area at bottom of photo).
I wanted to and by god still want to talk to my ex so badly, i thought the same as you about how we could just go from in love to nothing, but it's better to not and just concentrate on yourself because talking usually just upwells the feelings again and makes it hurt and makes things worse all around ..
So cold days warm water; warm days cooler water, which is actually a nice mix, but some of those upwells can be extremely cold, "stated Tom Gill, director of the Virginia Beach Lifesaving Service.