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Changing ocean eddies reorganise ocean energy

April 23, 2021 1:01 am Published by Comments Off on Changing ocean eddies reorganise ocean energy

The discovery of changing eddy energy was made by a team of ANU and UNSW researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes. Their work, published today in Nature Climate Change, shows clear changes to the distribution and strength of these eddies, which had not been previously detected.

Science webinar: Australia’s boundary current pathways to the deep ocean

October 16, 2019 3:27 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Overview The ocean has absorbed 93% of global warming heat. This service by the ocean to life on Earth has not been without consequence. The oceans are warming rapidly, ocean species are being displaced and sea level rise threatens many coastal communities. The pathway for heat to enter the deep ocean is primarily through dense water formation in the North Atlantic and around Antarctica. This large-scale conveyor from the surface to the deep ocean is known as the Meridional Overturning... View Article