The Washington Post: Atlantic Ocean Circulation Close To Reaching “Tipping Point”


Global warming has had significant negative effects on the circulation of the Atlantic Ocean and in the past 2 decades, scientists have found that the ocean is close to experiencing its “tipping point” where circulation would fully shut down within a century, causing catastrophic global consequences. Without circulation of the Atlantic ocean, which responsible for bringing heat to Europe and transporting ocean water, there would be a significant decrease in average temperatures all over the world. 

To read the full article by Sarah Kaplan, click here.

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