New insights into the dynamics of past climate change 

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Arctic ocean near Barrow, Alaska [image credit: Beth Ipsen/Associated Press] Arctic ocean near Barrow, Alaska [image credit: Beth Ipsen/Associated Press]
A new study by the University of Cambridge ‘finds’ (their word) that changing climate in the polar regions can affect conditions in the rest of the world far quicker than previously thought. The full paper has paywalled access only, but by their own admission they say they are ‘only beginning to understand’ the processes they believe they have found.

A new study of the relationship between ocean currents and climate change has found that they are tightly linked, and that changes in the polar regions can affect the ocean and climate on the opposite side of the world within one to two hundred years, far quicker than previously thought.

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Author: Canadian Climate Guy

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