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So what actually happening here? Actually there is not any mixing of two oceans but mixing of glacial melt fresh water (Light blue color) with saline sea water. We verified one of them: it is authentic and was filmed on July 2, the point where the Atlantic and Pacific oceans “meet but don't mix” Snopes, the color difference between both bodies of water is due to their composition. Photographs show the place where two oceans meet in the Gulf of Alaska. that it depicts a place where “two oceans meet,” but that is not the case. It's also a falsehood that these two types of water dont mix at all, he said. you with an invaluable service: evidence-based, contextualized analysis of facts.
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Seventy percent of nutrient loads that cause hypoxia are a result of agricultural runoff caused by rain washing fertilizer off of the land and into streams and rivers. Additionally, 12 million people live in urban areas that border the Mississippi, and these areas constantly discharge treated sewage into rivers.Amazing facts about Gulf of Alaska where two Oceans meet but Don't Mix, मिलकर भी ना मिलने वाले सागर
The farm and urban discharge includes nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorous that is very important for the growth of phytoplankton. This huge influx of nutrients causes massive phytoplankton blooms to occur, this in turn leads to a large increase in zooplankton that feed on phytoplankton.
Large amounts of dead phytoplankton and zooplankton waste then accumulate on the bottom of the seabed. The decomposition of this matter depletes the oxygen in the area faster than it can be replaced.
This leads to large hypoxic areas called Dead Zones. These dead zones tend to occur in the summer and fluctuate in size.
By using this tool, we can narrow down the results year by year — and if you go back toyou can see that there are only two results for that year, one of which is a YouTube video. This clearer, better-quality video published online in July shows exactly the same scene.
Entitled, "When the river meets the ocean," it indicates that it was taken on the Fraser River in British Columbia in Canada. Maryan Pearson, who posted the video, says she took it when she was aboard a ferry between Duke Point and Vancouver. What explains the strange sight?
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This case is similar to a photo published in that claimed to show the exact spot where the Pacific and the Atlantic meet. The photo was actually taken in by Ken Bruland, a researcher at the University of California, Santa Cruz, who was studying the phenomenon in the Gulf of Alaska. He explained why it happened in an article by the debunking website Snopes.
He told Snopes that this is what occurs when glacial rivers, carrying lots of sediment, flow out into oceans. The border between one type of water and another is always moving, sometimes disappearing completely according to the level of sediment in the water and other factors.
- Dear Reader,
- No, this video doesn’t show the point where the Atlantic and Pacific oceans “meet but don’t mix”
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