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- Mar 16, 2020 10:00 pm GMT
The paper “Deep-reaching acceleration of global mean ocean circulation over the past two decades, says: The Earth's oceans are speeding up:
- Global warming over the last 20 years has caused strong winds and a really huge increase' in the energy of the currents.
- The researchers looked at both ocean measurements and five different models and found that current speed surged by 5 percent each decade after 1990.
- Winds speeds have also increased by 4 percent since then, churning the ocean.
- This contradicts previous findings that climate change may weaken the thermohaline circulation.
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