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Results: January 1996 to November 2014 > Ocean Circulation

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January 25, 2006

The Flywheel of the Arctic Climate Engine

Remote Beaufort Gyre expeditions reveal clues to climate change

August 26, 2005

Where Currents Collide

Nineteen days at sea in the 'graveyard of the Atlantic'

June 7, 2005

Fathoming the Ocean Without Ever Going to Sea

A conversation with physical oceanographer Joe Pedlosky

March 24, 2005

A Glide Across the Gulf Stream

The remote-controlled Spray glider takes historic steps toward a new era of ocean exploration

March 22, 2004

How the Isthmus of Panama Put Ice in the Arctic

Drifting continents open and close gateways between oceans and shift Earth's climate

January 1, 2000

Launching the Argo Armada

Taking the ocean's pulse with 3,000 free-ranging floats

April 1, 1997

Adventure in the Labrador Sea

A Wintertime Cruise to the North Atlantic

December 1, 1996

The El Niño/Southern Oscillation Phenomenon

Seeking Its "Trigger" and Working Toward Prediction

December 1, 1996

Computer Modelers Stimulate Real and Potential Climate, Work Toward Prediction

Combining Equations and Data Pushes Computers' Limits

December 1, 1996

New Data on Deep Sea Turbulence Shed Light on Vertical Mixing

Rough Seafloor Topography has Far-Reaching Effect

December 1, 1996

Labrador Sea Water Carries Northern Climate Signal South

Subpolar Signals Appears Years Later at Bermuda

December 1, 1996

North Atlantic's Transformation Pipeline Chills and Redistributes Subtropical Water

But it's Not a Smooth Process And it Mightily Affects Climate

December 1, 1996

The Bermuda Station S—A Long-Running Oceanographic Show

Deeper Waters Show Warming Trend

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