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Subject: Where will the waters of the River Tyne (Newcastle, UK) end up?

Date: Tue Sep 5 03:42:21 2006
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...and how long will they take to get there? I assume, eventually, they'd be 
randomly distributed around the globe. But what I'm looking for is the sort of 
direction they'd take in the water (i.e. excluding water particles taken up 
into the atmosphere) in the shortish term... Say, over the next year, 10 years, 
100 years, 1000 years... Would they remain, distributed in the North Sea? Are 
there currents that would take them in some specific direction?

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