Ocean currents around the world, both on the surface and deeper, are faster than they were 20 years ago, likely due to the changing climate, a study in Science Advances suggests. "While we expected some response to the increased winds over the past two decades, that the acceleration was above and beyond that was an unexpected response that is likely due to global climate change," said Janet Sprintall, a co-author of the study.
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