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to flow or leak out or emit something slowly

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pass gradually or leak through or as if through small openings

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Mazzini, V Blinova et al., "Seep mounds on the Southern Voring Plateau (offshore Norway)," Marine and Petroleum Geology, vol.
To examine how habitat attributes at the seep level affected pig disturbance a stepwise procedure using an alpha of 0.05 for variables to enter and leave the model was utilized to find a GLMM.
"When seeps are detected, you are directed to marshal resources, quickly investigate, and report findings to the government in no more than four hours.
And it potentially offered a better way to find and sample cold seeps for the marine geochemists leading the expedition, Dave Valentine of the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Chris Reddy of WHOI.
In late July of 2005, a transect 90m long was located along the centerline of the sunny seep. At 3 m intervals along this transect [m.sup.2] plots were located randomly 0 to 2 m from the transect line, even number plots to the right, odd to the left (n=30).
Little is known about the hydrocarbon seep community located in GC354, except that it is a small, "standard" upper-middle continental slope seep site, characterized by mussel and tubeworm colonies (R.
They waft through deep ocean waters until they find a suitable surface, such as a hydrothermal-vent chimney or a cold seep, where inner-Earth compounds leak out.
As more tales of corrupt lobbying activity seep out of the nation's capital, the GOP is in the midst of damage control.
Through both small-format works produced in the studio and wall paintings made on-site, Boller creates monochromatic organic forms whose tones, in reflecting the light, seep into the space they occupy.
So, it was very difficult for it not to seep into--it didn't even seep, it immersed itself--into the lyrics of this record.
Humidity also causes formaldehyde gas to seep out of pressed-wood furniture, O'Connell says.
Finding a good setup on a small natural seep located just off Lightning Creek itself really got me energized for the next day's hunt.
Seep A has maximum dimensions of ~2-m wide, ~4-m in length and ~0.6 m thick.
* A group called Northern California River Watch has filed suit against Beringer Blass for allowing industrial run-off to seep into the Russian River in violation of the U.S.
The snow pack theory would explain gullies in areas of Mars where it would be particularly hard for groundwater to seep to the surface.