Study: Climate Change Is Weakening Gulf Stream Ocean Currents

 
HAVANA TIMES – A study featured today by Democracy Now sees drastic effects from Climate Change taking place in the Atlantic Ocean’s Gulf Stream.
 
“New research finds the Atlantic Ocean’s Gulf Stream current has weakened dramatically in recent years and could be headed for a collapse that would bring extreme winters to western Europe while accelerating sea level rise in the eastern United States.
 
“The findings come in a pair of new reports published in the journal Nature. Researchers found prevailing ocean currents have weakened by about 15 percent since the mid-20th century, as human-caused climate change added vast amounts of fresh water to the North Atlantic due to melting ice from Greenland.”

One thought on “Study: Climate Change Is Weakening Gulf Stream Ocean Currents

  • April 12, 2018 at 8:03 pm
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    Stop digging stone….! Dnt touch tree save tree……! Around the world !!!! Stop tunnle i mean metro underground. Get cicle for best healt. Use less car travling. Save animal. Dnt figth each other. Stop all nuclear program dnt use that thing bcoz human r rising… take care all u.

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