Gulf Stream

  • WorldWhat will happen if the Gulf Stream stops

    What will happen if the Gulf Stream stops

    (ORDO NEWS) — The Gulf Stream is currently the weakest in 1,000 years. Scientists believe that the reason for this is anthropogenic global warming of the planet. IFLScience writes about it. The Gulf Stream is part of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOS), which is considered one of the main climatic turning points of the planet. And now researchers warn that the current is inexorably slowing down. In one of…

  • News HeadlinesBy 2100 the Gulf Stream will be almost half as slow And by 2300 it can stop 1

    By 2100, the Gulf Stream will be almost half as slow. And by 2300 it can stop

    (ORDO NEWS) — According to a study by scientists from the University of California at Irvine, climate change-induced heating of sea water is causing a slowdown in deep circulation in the Atlantic and Southern Oceans. If this process continues, the ocean’s ability to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere will be greatly reduced. And the main Atlantic current – the Gulf Stream – will slow down by 42% by 2100.…

  • News HeadlinesDisclosed the catastrophic consequences of the collapse of the Gulf Stream

    Disclosed the catastrophic consequences of the collapse of the Gulf Stream

    (ORDO NEWS) — The expected weakening of the Atlantic ocean currents as part of the global AMOC circulation could exacerbate the already catastrophic effects of global climate change and lead to the rapid disappearance of Arctic glaciers. This connection was revealed by scientists from the University of Bremen (Germany), the Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research (Germany), the University of São Paulo (Brazil) and the Institute of Geology and Mineralogy of…

  • News HeadlinesScientists warn of catastrophic consequences of the collapse of the Gulf Stream

    Scientists warn of catastrophic consequences of the collapse of the Gulf Stream

    (ORDO NEWS) — The expected weakening of the Atlantic ocean currents as part of the global AMOC circulation could exacerbate the already catastrophic effects of global climate change and lead to the rapid disappearance of Arctic glaciers. This connection was revealed by scientists from the University of Bremen (Germany), the Helmholtz Center for Ocean Research (Germany), the University of São Paulo (Brazil) and the Institute of Geology and Mineralogy of…