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So how long have we been measuring ocean currents? Given the complexity, probably not as long as we’ve been measuring global temperatures. So let’s say 150 years, and probably much less. We’re comparing ocean currents now to ocean currents when? Do we know what they were doing even 300 years ago? How can anyone say that currents are changing now due to climate change when we don’t know how they may have changed prior to our ability to measure them on a global scale?
The agency’s satellites have used gravity measurements to confirm a sharp Atlantic circulation slowdown in 2009-2010.
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