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Global Warming Causing Slowdown of Overturning Circulation: Study

A new study released in Nature Climate Change warns that global warming is causing a slowdown in the great ocean circulation, the Washington Post reports. As the effects of global warming take hold, an inevitable rise in sea levels will prove devastating for much of the US, as well as Canada and Mexico. Densely populated Global Warming Causing Slowdown of Overturning Circulation: Study is
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