Warming could disrupt Atlantic Ocean current

New simulations revise freshwater impact on circulation’s stability

Atlantic Ocean current

CONVEYOR BELT  Rising temperatures could shut down the Atlantic Ocean current (depicted here) that helps warm northwestern Europe, a new simulation shows.


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