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.
Jan 5, 2017
Science & Health
Changes in the way ocean temperatures were measured in the late 20th Century made it look as though the oceans were getting cooler, but now independent data have confirmed that this hiatus in global warming never actually happened.
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