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Atlantic Ocean currents carrying warm water up to Greenland

Up from the tropics– Ocean currents carry warm waters from the subtropics to the eastern coast of Greenland. The subtropical waters lose some heat along the way, but are still several degrees above freezing when they reach Greenland. (Illustration by Jack Cook, © Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)

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