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Topic: Gulf Stream (AMOC)

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🌊The Truth About Atlantic Ocean Circulation Collapse

  2024-02-12 in Roger Hallam

As I write, an article on the Atlantic Ocean Circulation nearing its tipping point is the top viewed on the Guardian website. This is what they miss out

  Tagged under: Collapse | Gulf Stream (AMOC) | Tipping Points

2024 looks to be worse than 2023

  2024-01-07 in Arctic News

2024 looks to be worse than 2023

  Tagged under: Gulf Stream (AMOC) | Arctic | Extreme Weather

30th October 2023- Prof. Henk Dijkstra

  2023-11-13 (or before) in YouTube

Abstract: The Atlantic Ocean Circulation, in particular its zonally averaged component called the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), is one ...

  Tagged under: Gulf Stream (AMOC)

Scientists detect sign that a crucial ocean current is near collapse - The Washington Post

  2023-07-25 in The Washington Post

A new analysis suggests climate change could shut down the circulation of Atlantic Ocean currents by 2050. But outside researchers say more data is needed.

  Tagged under: Oceans | Gulf Stream (AMOC) | Collapse

New studies confirm weakening of the Gulf Stream circulation (AMOC)

  2020-09-17 in RealClimate

Many of the earlier predictions of climate research have now become reality. The world is getting warmer, sea levels are rising faster and faster, and more frequent heat waves, extreme rainfall, devastating wildfires and more severe tropical storms are affecting many millions of people. Now there is growing evidence that another climate forecast is already coming true: the Gulf Stream system in the Atlantic is apparently weakening, with consequences for Europe too. ...

  Tagged under: Extreme Weather | Extreme Rainfall | Wildfires | Predictions | Gulf Stream (AMOC) | Sea Level

What the 2018 climate assessments say about the Gulf Stream System slowdown

  2019-01-28 in RealClimate

Last year, twenty thousand peer reviewed studies on ‘climate change’ were published. No single person can keep track of all those – you’d have to read 55 papers every single day. (And, by the way, that huge mass of publications is why climate deniers will always find something to cherry-pick that suits their agenda.) That is why climate assessments are so important, where a lot of scientists pool their expertise and discuss and assess and ...

  Tagged under: Gulf Stream (AMOC) | Science | Climate Change

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