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melted snow or ice

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They will set up special equipment to monitor snow cover, meltwater, solar radiation, and other weather statistics in a remote mountain study site about 20 miles from Whitehorse, the capital of Yukon Terr i t ory.
We can't say at this point whether the recent breakup of part of an ice shelf in Antarctica has any relevance to this type of huge meltwater event that originated from Antarctica thousands of years ago," notes Peter Clark, a professor of geosciences at Oregon State University, Corvallis, one of the world's leading experts on glaciers.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Meltwater Group, one of the world's leading Software as a Service (SaaS) companies, today announced its partnership with KENSHOO, the leading global technology platform for managing search and online advertising campaigns.
Meltwater said Cosmify will help Meltwater manage data from multiple sources that businesses need to make competitive decisions based on insights from the outside.
Researchers on a 2014 expedition used a massive brush called a Vertical Microstructure Profiler to measure turbulence in the meltwater as it surged out of a cave into the ocean under the Pine Island Glacier--one of the fastest-melting glaciers in the world (see News and Notes in the May 2017 BAMS for more about this glacier).
Meltwater, comments: "Today's messaging campaigns are data driven and social,
With only $15k in starting capital he grew Meltwater to the global leader in news and social media intelligence.
Meltwater, the San Francisco-based digital news clipping service, essentially resells content from The Associated Press and other creators, a federal judge ruled on Thursday, and it needs to compensate those content makers.
Even if local temperatures remain constant, Bhutan's glaciers will lose almost ten per cent of their area within the next few decades and the volume of glacial meltwater could drop by 30 per cent, according to research published in Geophysical Research Letters.
Among the symptoms: An anomalous pool of freshwater (27 meters deep in places) fed by inland meltwater has been found floating atop Arctic Ocean seawater (SN Online: 4/5/11).
LONDON -- Meltwater Foundation, the non-profit arm of Meltwater Group, one of the world's leading Software as a Service (SaaS) companies, today announced the opening of a non-profit incubator in Accra, Ghana.
23 June 2017 - US-based media intelligence company Meltwater has inked a definitive agreement with Canadian newsmedia company Postmedia Network Inc.
There is one factor whose impact on Antarctica's glaciers and ice shelves is still not widely understood - the seasonal streams of meltwater that crisscross the continent, freezing over in winters.
Meltwater on a glacier can carve streams across the surface of the ice sheet, or it can cut deep, cylindrical vertical holes--called moulins--through the ice.