This could lead to the development of a semi-permanent storm-driven gyre .
The August data support the results of earlier investigations that suggested that dynamic forcing by a basinwide gyre is responsible for the upwelling in the open water.
These circles, the critics say, are more like spirals that turn ever more tightly upon a cultural gyre of trivial texts and even more trivial analyses of those texts.
For Yeats, it just so happened, fortuitously, that the twentieth century marked the final days of his apocalyptic gyre , which then would turn, renewed, to begin again.
It was a very deep and profound meditation on the widening gyre of human history and the ever-present possibility of catastrophic encounters.
Another no-mates, quarantined island where they gyre and gambol long and hard and in public.
The waters of the North Atlantic gyre provide a favorable, food-rich environment for young turtles, but straying beyond the latitudinal extremes of the gyre is often fatal.
The currents are collectively known as the Pacific Ocean gyre .
The air in the North Pacific subtropical gyre is heated at the equator and rises high into the atmosphere because of its buoyancy in cooler, surrounding air masses.
the central North Pacific gyre