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North atlantic bottom water

North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW) is a deep water mass formed in the North Atlantic Ocean. Thermohaline circulation of the world's oceans involves the flow of. North Atlantic Deep Water. NADW is the prominent layer of high salinity, high oxygen, and low nutrients between about and m depth found through . Other articles where North Atlantic Deep Water is discussed: Arctic Ocean: Oceanography: This produces North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW), which circulates in. Bottom water, dense, lowermost layer of ocean water that can be distinguished clearly from overlying waters by its characteristic temperature, salinity, and oxygen content. Most bottom waters of the South Pacific, southern Indian Ocean, South Atlantic, and portions of the North Atlantic are formed. Atlantic Ocean. The Vema Channel, a deep trough in the Rio Grande Rise of the South Atlantic at, is an important conduit for Antarctic Bottom Water and Weddell Sea Bottom Water migrating north Upon reaching the equator, about one-third of the northward flowing Antarctic bottom water enters the Guiana Basin, mainly through the southern half of the Equatorial Channel at 35°W. North Atlantic Deep Water or NADW is mainly produced where the surface ocean is cooled in the Norwegian Sea in the northern part of the North Atlantic on the north side of a ridge that runs between Greenland, Iceland, and Scotland. This cooled water seeps through the ridge and downwells. Antarctic Bottom Water or AABW is produced by.
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