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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. News

  • 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.

    The Guardian World News

  • At the other extreme are neglected areas, "coldspots" that lack even the most basic services and where people suffer poverty, malnutrition and powerlessness.

    The Guardian World News

  • At the same time Arctic warming does not appear to be uniform with some clear hotspots and coldspots.

    Brazil « Climate Audit

  • 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.

    Second Thoughts

  • Simultaneous 'hotspots' and 'coldspots' of marine biodiversity and implications for global conservation.

    Featured Articles - Encyclopedia of Earth


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