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- n. Plural form of coldspot.
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The so-called "coldspots" are also important, but there is simply no comparison between these and the Hotspots in terms of imminent extinction risk and potential ecological collapse.
An entirely different set of health problems threaten "coldspots" throughout much of Africa - areas locked in a timewarp of underdevelopment and crippled by old diseases.
At the other extreme are neglected areas, "coldspots" that lack even the most basic services and where people suffer poverty, malnutrition and powerlessness.
At the same time Arctic warming does not appear to be uniform with some clear hotspots and coldspots.
A few years ago, we started seeing a solution for such coldspots: 3G modems and routers, which let you get online from almost anywhere you can get a cell phone signal.
The people moved through it become customers, with their likes and dislikes and hotspots and coldspots.
Simultaneous 'hotspots' and 'coldspots' of marine biodiversity and implications for global conservation.