• Moreover, the role of deep-water circulation on the growth and distribution of ferromanganese nodules is still under debate.

    UNESCO: EARTH SCIENCES FOR SOCIETY

  • Paleoceanography and global change: deep and shallow water circulation is driven by climate.

    UNESCO: EARTH SCIENCES FOR SOCIETY

  • However, both economically as well as for the large scientific and public community, the processes and products of deep-water circulation remain poorly known.

    UNESCO: EARTH SCIENCES FOR SOCIETY

  • Poor water circulation meant that the organic material was covered before it could decompose, and it was eventually transformed into oil and natural gas.

    FORBES: Going deep

  • Based upon the success of the first Deep-Water Circulation congress in Baiona (16-18 June 2010), an initiative has been developed to start an International Geoscience Programme (IGCP) on Contourites.

    UNESCO: EARTH SCIENCES FOR SOCIETY

  • Ecosystems and environmental change: over the past decade it has become clear that most of the deep-water ecosystems (cold-water corals) are highly influenced by the presence of deep-water circulation.

    UNESCO: EARTH SCIENCES FOR SOCIETY

  • Normally, circulation would channel the hydrogen and oxygen to a recombiner where they would be restored back to water, but in the hours after the reactors were shut down, hydrogen was accumulating and separating in the wetwell and reached a point where it was vented into the sparse steel-frame structure at the top of the reactor building.

    FORBES: Explainer: What Caused The Incident At Fukushima-Daiichi

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