Labrador Sea

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Noun1.Labrador Sea - an arm of the northern Atlantic between Labrador and southern GreenlandLabrador Sea - an arm of the northern Atlantic between Labrador and southern Greenland
Atlantic, Atlantic Ocean - the 2nd largest ocean; separates North and South America on the west from Europe and Africa on the east
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The theory captures the nearly uniform sea level rise from the Labrador Sea to NYC, with a reduction in the increase of sea level farther south toward the equator consistent with CMIP5 multimodel ensembles.
The Hudson Strait serves as a passage between Hudson Bay and the Labrador Sea (Fig.
The LMH-1 is not only designed to use less fuel, emit less carbon dioxide and produce less noise than conventional aircraft, it also eliminates the need for costly ground-level infrastructure, avoiding impact on the areas wildlife habitat compared to road transport and trucking along a road corridor to the Labrador Sea coast.
After rounding the tip, the melt water is largely deposited into the Labrador Sea, an arm of the Atlantic between Canada's Labrador Peninsula and the east coast of Greenland.
Lawrence--a region known for abundant forage fish--after the May-to-August nesting season, before a southward migration ranging from the Labrador Sea to Bermuda during the winter months.
This year's maximum ice extent was the lowest in the satellite record, with below-average ice conditions everywhere except in the Labrador Sea and Davis Strait," the US National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) said in a statement.
The terrain itself has a mystical appearance, with sharply peaked mountains and fjords cutting into the land from the coast of the Labrador Sea.
The Labrador Sea is off the coast of which Canadian province?
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The team applied its synthesis method to produce a simulation of the Labrador Sea, off the southern coast of Greenland, that matched actual satellite and ship-based observations in the area.
Taking place on 28-29 February in Stavanger, the conference will focus on recent developments, and growing activity in Greenland, Canada's Labrador Sea, the Beaufort, Barents and Kara Seas, as well as the High Arctic Islands.