Climate Change May Slow Down Deep Ocean Currents, Hindering Their Ability To Hold Carbon From Atmosphere

By Shweta Iyer

The ocean's deep currents allow for the absorption of carbon dioxide, but climate change may be slowing down these currents' movements, subsequently hindering their ability to hold on to carbon, which could lead to a warmer planet.

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