Bloom
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Bloom

A semi-finished steel product with a square cross section greater than 150mm x 150mm. This product is either rolled or continuously cast and is further processed by rolling to produce finished long products.

 

Bloom

A proliferation of algae and/or higher aquatic plants in a body of water; often related to pollution, especially when pollutants accelerate growth.

Bloom

A sudden increase in the abundance of alga or phytoplankton resulting in a contiguous mass of highly concentrated phytoplankton in the water column.

Bloom
"bloom": a sudden increase in the biomass of phytoplankton or benthic algae in a given area
Bloom
"bloom": a sudden increase in the biomass of phytoplankton or benthic algae in a given area
Bloom

1. The appearance of mold or fungus on an object. – 2. A powdery residue that is shed from magnetic tape coating. – 3. A change in the appearance of a surface caused by moisture, often from the atmosphere.

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Bloom has been defined 6 different ways in documents like Annual Report 2010, FRTR Glossary, NOAA Fisheries Glossary, and 3 more.

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