NADWNorth Atlantic Deep Water
NADWNational Arthritis Data Workgroup (expert consortium)
NADWNational Association of Deans of Women
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AAIW was present mainly from 700 m (2.0-4.0[degrees]C and 34.2-34.6 psu) to eventually 1,500 m, while NADW was found at depths between 1,500-2,000 m (3.0-4.0[degrees]C; 34.6-35.0 psu).
South of the strait, where two of our samples were located, the North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW) reaches approximately from 2000 to 4000 m depth.
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Among those major associations were the ACPA, NADW, and NVGA, whose combined membership numbered several hundred annually.
McClelland continues: "Increasing river inputs work against NADW formation [because] flesh water is much less dense than saltwater.
The net result would be a slowdown of the NADW, depriving much of Europe and eastern North America of warmth.
7 ka BP, the production of the westernmost component of North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW), the Labrador Sea Water (LSW), started (Hillaire-Marcel et al., 2001a, b), suggesting a final major reorganization of the AMO at the same time (i.e., a reduced inflow of North Atlantic waters into the Arctic and a concomitant reduction of NEADW overflow).
NADW's definition of arthritis aims to include specific conditions that would be understood as arthritis (e.g., systemic lupus erythematosus, infectious arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome).
The broad features of modern deep ocean circulation are often described as a thermo-haline "conveyor belt" initiated by the formation of North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW) as it sinks in the Norwegian, Greenland, and Labrador Seas and flows southward into the Circumpolar Deep Water (CPDW) around Antarctica.
While the dynamics of the world's oceanic circulation system--and its effect on climate--are not completely understood, North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW) is generally considered to be relatively stable and a vital part of the global "conveyor belt" known as the thermohaline circulation that transports water, heat, salt, and other substances around the world.
Below SACW, there are two further water masses, the Antarctic Intermediate Water (AIW) and the North Atlantic Deep Water (NADW) (Da Silveira et al., 2001).