There have been studies that have shown that climate change is affecting the oceans’ currents. CBS News (2011) did a report in 2009 about a scientist who outlined an example of this phenomenon with an ice floe off the coast of Greenland in the Arctic. The scientist explained that the ice flow will melt by the time it reaches the North Atlantic because of global warming. This melting effects the entire circulation of the ocean and can lead to more extreme weather on the planet ranging from hurricanes to droughts.
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