Agulhas Current is said to attenuate the effect of melting ice

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Some good news in the world of climate research: the Agulhas Current off the coast of South Africa is said to stimulate North-South ocean circulation in the Atlantic. This 'conveyor belt', which redistributes and controls heat around the globe, is threatening to slow down due to melting ice. As has been shown in a recent study, however, based on satellite altimeter measurements, this famous current is accelerating....
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