Gulf stream

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a warm ocean current that flows from the Gulf of Mexico northward through the Atlantic Ocean

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n Warm waters from the Atlantic Gulf Stream meet cooler, tidally driven waters at both the northern and southern ends of the Irish Sea producing good conditions for plankton, which act as food for a huge range of fish, seabirds, seals and various shellfish, including cockles, mussels and clams.
Trailer: The same North Atlantic gulf stream cooling that hammers Manhattan spawns tornadoes in Los Angeles and hail the size of golf balls in Tokyo.
We centrifuged Atlantic Gulf Stream seawater at 800 x g for 10 rain, decanted the supernatant solution, and used it for all further seawater samples.
The Atlantic Gulf Stream provides a spring-like climate all year round.
Spain's Canary Islands are sunny all year round and, because they sit out in the Atlantic Gulf Stream, daytime temperatues seldom exceed 80F or drop below the mid-sixties.
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