Published on 12 Feb 2014 | over 4 years ago
These two bodies of water were amalgamating in the middle of The Gulf of Alaska and there was a foam evolving only at their junction. It is a outcome of the melting glaciers being created of new water and the sea has a higher percentage of saline causing the two sea bodies of water to have distinct densities and therefore makes it more difficult to blend.
The picture displays two different sea water bodies meeting in the middle of Alaskan Gulf, where a foam is formed at the merging junction.
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