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poleward

(ˈpəʊlwəd)
adj
aimed at or toward a pole
adv
in a poleward manner
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Using Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter images, Pascal Lee (SETI Institute, Mars Institute) found that Philolaus, a young, 70-km-wide crater poleward of the western end of Mare Frigoris, has many small rilles and some skylights on its floor.
As climate change continues, species will be forced to migrate poleward to seek cooler, better oxygenated waters or face extinction.
To study precursors and lagged effects of different polar vortex cluster events, we use gridded (3[degrees] x 3[degrees]) data of sea level pressure, near-surface temperature, and poleward heat flux ([upsilon]*T*) at 100 hPa, where v is the meridional wind velocity, T is the temperature, and the asterisks denote the deviation from the zonal mean.
5) illustrates that COSE and unconstrained ROMS sustain a more intense and coastal Poleward Under current (PUC) and a deeper mixed layer than HY COM.
Since CAT is dependent on shear, it is found close to the periphery of strong jet streams, particularly above and below the core, and occasionally poleward of the core.
Poleward shifts in geographical ranges of butterfly species associated with regional warming.
In this regard, during the past 2 decades, reported infections have increased that have spread poleward and in areas not usually associated with these bacteria, including temperate and cold regions, such as the US Pacific Northwest (6,9), South America (7,8), and northern Europe (4,5).
As a consequence of the temperature increase, ice is melting worldwide; oceans are rising; habitat for vegetation and animals is moving poleward due to the changing climate; and so on.
All 30 species have planktotrophic larval development, and six were observed spawning at northern localities, increasing the likelihood that their ranges will continue to shift poleward as the strong 2015-16 El Nino develops.
For many species, the geographic distribution of preferred habitat shifts poleward with increasing ambient temperature.
based Climate Institute raised in his letter to the committee that is reviewing Australia's future in research and innovation is that "the primary Southern Hemisphere storm track that brings precipitation to the agricultural areas of southern Australia is shifting poleward as global warming leads to a general expansion of the subtropics.
The Antarctic Circumpolar Current has shifted poleward, the impact of which, e.