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North Atlantic

There All Along: “Exceptional” Slowdown of the Gulf Stream From Greenland Melt

By | Abrupt changes, Arctic, Glaciers, Greenland, Gulf Stream, Oceans, Truthout.org

First Published on Truthout, April 13, 2015. The Gulf Stream plays an immensely important role in moderating the climate of eastern North America and Europe. Moreover, Greenland melt impacts ocean current processes in the North Atlantic. For years, contradictory research has alternately said the Gulf…

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North Atlantic Current Change in Mid 20th Century

By | Oceans

These biogeochemists are getting smarter everyday. Now they have determined how to identify different species of nitrogen that have been created in different areas.  Tropical waters create one kind of nitrogen, polar waters create another. Deep water corals utilize nitrogen in growth.  These researchers have…

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