Long-term circulation of heat in the Atlantic Sea is more at risk than we thought

Long-term circulation of heat in the Atlantic Sea is more at risk than we thought

The long-term circulation of heat in the Atlantic Ocean is at risk if the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere were to double, a new study finds. The new modelling study predicts that centuries of doubled atmospheric CO2 could cause the collapse of a major Atlantic current, producing dramatically different effects than previous models have anticipated. 17 days ago