Climate change might not slow ocean circulation as much as thought

Observations over 21 months cast doubt on ideas of what drives Atlantic Ocean ‘conveyor belt’

researchers in Prince Christian Sound

CHURNING SEAS  Researchers deploy instruments in Prince Christian Sound, at the southern tip of Greenland, to measure temperature, salinity and density in the water in 2014.

Carolina Nobre, WHOI Media

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