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East Anglian Plume Stretching Out from Mouth of River Thames, UK

51.6N 1.6E

February 9th, 2013 Category: Sediments

UK – January 27th, 2013

The trail of sediments spilling out of the mouth of the River Thames, east of London (below the center of this image), and northeast across the North Sea is a phenomenon known as the East Anglian Plume. The plume is strongest during the winter months.

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