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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneEddies In The Water Eddies In The Water ‎(Cass, Album)Relax With NaturenoneDenmark2009


In fluid dynamics, an eddy is the swirling of a fluid and the reverse current created when the fluid is in a turbulent flow regime. The moving fluid creates a space devoid of downstream-flowing fluid on the downstream side of the object. Fluid behind the obstacle flows into the void creating a swirl of fluid on each edge of the obstacle, followed by a short reverse flow of fluid behind the obstacle flowing upstream, toward the back of the obstacle. This phenomenon is naturally observed behind large. Listen to music from Eddies In The Water like Untitled 1, Fetishistic Scopofilia by Alicia Nogueira & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Eddies In The Water. Latest release. Eddies In The Water. Play album. 1 photo. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. The swirling water of an eddy can be more than 100 km 60 miles in diameter. The center of some eddies is cool while the center of others is warm. Marine life is sparse in warm water eddies, where the water does not have many nutrients. Cold water eddies are usually full of nutrients and marine life. Eddies form when a bend in a surface ocean current lengthens and eventually makes a loop, which separates from the main current. The Coriolis effect causes. Eddies in the Stream - Nature Spirit Soundscapes. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Can you spot the eddies This NASA image shows a field of eddies in the waters around Tasmania. The swirling motion of eddies in the ocean cause nutrients that are normally found in colder, deeper waters to come to the surface. Here, phytoplankton tiny ocean plants feeding on these nutrients color the water beautiful shades of blue and green. The ocean is a huge body of water that is constantly in motion. Sometimes theses currents can pinch off sections and create circular currents of water called an eddy. You may have seen an eddy if you've ever gone canoeing and you see a small whirlpool of water while you paddle through the water. Water eddies are the circular currents created as the rotifer feeds on microscopic particles in the the ocean, the cold water eddies are identified by the circular cloud-free areas within the cloud street pattern and bordered by cumulus cloud buildup white. The cloud streets indicate the wind is from the southwest and do not form over eddies because energy form the atmosphere is absorbed by the cold ocean water. On the downwind side of the eddies, cumulus clouds tend to form as the cold moist air flows over the warmer water. Similar cloud and eddy features have been observed by the Skylab 4 crewmen in the Yucatan Current off Yucatan Peninsula and in some parts of the South Pacific. Album: mgwhite. Eddies In The Water is a member of Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love addition to a large-scale view of ocean circulations and eddies across the world, you can also see water temperatures in this image. The orange and red shadings in the middle of the map correspond to the warmer waters in tropics. Cooler waters depicted in green and blue are located north and south of this as you head towards the poles. Gulf Stream and Ocean Temperatures. These two maps show something that most of us have heard of: the Gulf Stream. This major current flows from off the coast of Florida to near the Nort. Researchers took the data from the two sharks and compared their position in the ocean with sea-surface height data from satellites showing where the huge, swirling warm- and cold-water eddies were located at that time. These eddies are everywhere, they cover 30 percent of the ocean's surface, Gaube said. It's like what you see if you're walking along a river, and these eddies form behind rocks, but it happens on a different scale in the ocean: Instead of being a little thing that disappears after a few seconds, they can be the size of the state of Massachusett