Age-class distributions of walleye pollock in scat and spew
samples were compared with pollock size-composition data in commercial midwater trawls (National Marine Fisheries Service, North Pacific Groundfish Observer Program).
The limited-circulation scenario stems from the observation that the molten rock oozing from midocean ridges lacks much of the uranium, thorium, and other trace elements that spew
from some aboveground volcanoes.
These volcanoes form by explosive eruptions' that spew
different sizes of volcanic material--called tephra--high into the air.
But if radiation (radiating waves or particles emitted by some elements) were to accidentally spew
from a local nuclear power plant--a plant that uses the radioactive element uranium to generate electricity--results could be dire.
Moreover, solar flares spew
high-energy X rays and high-speed charged particles.
The bacteria thrive on hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide, which spew
from the vents.
That's cold comfort for a world full of industries and automobiles that spew
a seemingly ever-increasing amount of planet-warming greenhouse gases.
The crack provides a channel for the pressurized magma to spew
up and flow through subway tunnels.
It would take Kilauea 50 years to spew
as much [SO.
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RED HOT Lava spews
from the Calbuco volcano in Chile during an electrical storm.
Mount Sinabung spews
volcanic materials into the air at Karo, North Sumatra, after being dormant for more than four centuries Picture: BINSAR BAKKARA
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