August 5, 2021 By Heather Murphy The New York Times
A slowdown in the network, which influences weather far and wide, could spell trouble. “We’re poking a beast,” one expert said. “But we don’t really know the reaction we’ll cause.”
February 25, 2021 By Chris Mooney and Andrew Freedman The Washington Post
A growing body of evidence suggests that a massive change is underway in the sensitive circulation system of the Atlantic Ocean, a group of scientists said Thursday.
June 23, 2020 By Katie Burton Geographical
A fifth of the ocean floor has now been mapped, taking researchers a step closer to the goal of a complete seabed map by 2030.
April 28, 2020 By Peter T. Spooner The Conversation
Changes in ocean circulation may have caused a shift in Atlantic Ocean ecosystems not seen for the past 10,000 years, new analysis of deep-sea fossils has revealed.
February 26, 2020 By Bob Berwyn InsideClimate News
The world’s major wind-driven ocean currents are moving toward the poles at a rate of about a mile every two years, potentially depriving important coastal fishing waters of important nutrients and raising the risk of sea level rise, extreme storms and heatwaves for some adjacent land areas.