complex studied is located along White Oak Creek about 6 km south of Havana, Mason County, Illinois (NW1/4 S23 T21N R9W).
34' W), in an area known from prior surveys to lack active seep
In the first fraction of a second after water seeps
from a cavern ceiling, some of the gas dissolved in the seepage enters the humid air because the cave's air isn't saturated with carbon dioxide.
He looked thirsty, and apparently figuring all was now safe, he came to the seep
without hesitation and lowered his dark muzzle to the puddle.
Not only do the innards of the city seep
, but the city itself seeps
For example, their metabolisms may depend on methane or hydrogen sulfide, a common seep
gas toxic to many life forms.
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The company maintains that production activities are unrelated to the oil seeps
We sampled 16 locations with various water depths over a 35-square-mile (90-square-kilometer) grid, with an additional comparison sample obtained from within the seep
With private residences and commercial enterprises scattered throughout the Fruitland Outcrop, the safety of residents and visitors alike have motivated the SUIT to seek the best possible information on methane seep
locations across their landholdings, including public lands.
A brine seep
(GC233) dominated by mussels symbiotic with methanotrophic bacteria has 13C and t SN depleted nutrient sources (-50 to -65[per thousand] and -9 to -12[per thousand], respectively), indicating methanotrophy using biogenic methane and suggesting ammonium as the dominant nitrogen source.
In horror movies, ground fog can seep
under closed windows.
In one such instrument, a computer-controlled heating coil zaps water as it enters one end of a tube placed in the seep
He said: ``Putting topsoil down will not really help because contamination could seep
up from the subsoil.
According to Torning, "Cracks between such liner segments, however small, may trap colored plastic residue that could contaminate different color resins to be processed next, or may allow corrosive resins to seep
through to attack the backing tube, shortening its service life.