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Synonyms for seep

Synonyms for seep

to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

Synonyms for seep

pass gradually or leak through or as if through small openings


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Photosynthetic algae (marine phytoplankton) appeared to be more active in the near-surface waters overlying the seafloor methane seeps, a phenomenon that would explain why so much carbon dioxide was being absorbed.
SUIT is now able to visualize and see the physical size of all the seeps on their lands, combined with the varying concentration levels of those seeps.
Off-site mobile predators were caught with surface deployed Z-frame traps, 150 x 180 x 90 cm, set approximately 2 km off the location of the seep communities in areas known from prior surveys to lack active seep communities.
But now, scientists have asserted that vents and seeps co-exist in the deep as they embarked on a submersible expedition off Costa Rica.
SEEP III will provide the much needed resources to further consolidate previous achievements.
Sample stations were arranged in five longitudinal transects with three water depths (40, 60, and 80 m) for each transect, with one additional comparison sample obtained from within the seep field.
The plan was for the water to seep through the ground - naturally filtering it - then become part of the groundwater that recharges the city's drinking water supply.
The oil may seep into the ground, affecting the delicate island creatures.
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La formation qatarie Al-Rayyan a decroche egalement son billet pour les demi-finales en s'imposant devant le club omanais Seep 3 sets a 0 (25-16, 25-19, 25-22).