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upwelling

an upward movement of water masses that results in nutrients being brought to the surface. Regions of upwelling are regions of high ocean productivity, occurring, for example, off the Peruvian coast where there are major stocks of anchovies.
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Patrick Grosso, who brings 19 years of private and public company operations experience to UpWell, has assumed the role of chief administrative officer; Josh Walker, bringing more than 15 years of healthcare experience has joined the company as chief operating officer.
Many parents are furious at the proposed ban which comes after members of the public attended a kids' art event at Upwell - some parents kept their kids at home over concerns for pupils' safety in mixing with visitors.
He said: 'The injury is clearing upwell and I will be fine for the start of next season.
DETECTIVES investigating the murders of a 45-year-old dog breeder Janice Sheridan and her 89-year-old mother Constance at their isolated house in Upwell, Norfolk, were yesterday questioning a man.
Many parents have been left furious at the decision of the Upwell Community Primary School in Norfolk and say they may keep their children away from school on that day in protest.
Norwich Crown Court heard that he first met the women in 1998 when he sold them a window for their home in Upwell, Norfolk.
The bodies of Ms Janice Sheridan, aged 45, and her mother, Connie, were found at the women's isolated cottage in Upwell, Cambridgeshire, a month ago.
That in turn, would allow more warm water from the deep ocean to upwell onto the Amundsen Sea's continental shelf and into its ice shelf cavities.
During a normal year, strong northwest winds cause cold water, rich in nutrients but low in oxygen, to upwell from the deep ocean.
They were found stabbed to death in January at their isolated village home in Upwell, Norfolk.
Mrs Connie Sheridan, aged 89, and her daughter Janice, aged 45, were found dead on Sunday at their isolated house in Upwell, Norfolk.
(Changes in temperature=thermo, changes in salinity=haline.) Bottom waters move equatorward from their high-latitude regions of formation (the cold limb of the circulation), upwell, and return poleward at intermediate depth and/or the surface (the warm limb).