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Posted by: Colmait Offline Posted: Tuesday, 3 September 2019 5:18:36 PM(UTC)
Both the Artics play a very important role in our climate. One of the main players is the ocean currents both the shallow and then the very deep currents. These all rotate around the Artoc and the Antarctic.

The problem faced is salinity disrupted by too much fresh water from melting ice. There is so much to this, it is one of the main drivers that controls our weather right around the world.


Simplified version of the conveyer belt.


A little more detailed map.

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