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Thermohaline Circulation

Material in this section originates from the following categories in our Subject Index:

Ocean Currents (Thermohaline Circulation)
Meridional Overturning Circulation
Thermohaline Circulation

Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary.  This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.


* -- The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

* -- Global Warming and the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

* -- The Medieval Climate Anomaly

* -- Detecting Change in the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

* -- North Atlantic Deep Water Formation

* -- A Brief (One Millennium) History of the Gulf Stream

* -- The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

* -- Detecting Changes in the North Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

* -- The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

* -- Is the Global Ocean's Thermohaline Circulation Decreasing?

* -- The Origin of Past (and Future?) Abrupt Climate Changes

* -- Freshening of the Kara Sea: A Sign of CO2-Induced Global Warming?

* -- River Discharge into Canada's Hudson, James and Ungava Bays: 1964-2000

* -- Unresolved Questions About the North Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation

* -- More Confusion About the Ocean's Thermohaline Circulation

* -- Changes in Global Climate and the Ocean's Thermohaline Circulation: Which Leads Which?

* -- Greenland Ice Sheet: Going, Going ... Growing!

* -- A New Ice Core from North Greenland

* -- The Role of the Wind in Maintaining the Ocean's Thermohaline Circulation

* -- Will CO2-Induced Global Warming Slow the Atlantic Branch of the Ocean's Thermohaline Circulation?

* -- Will Freshening of the North Atlantic Ocean Slow the Gulf Stream and Cool Europe?

* -- What Controls the Global Thermohaline Circulation?

* -- More Studies Rebuff U.S. National Research Council Concerns About Human-Induced Abrupt Climate Change

* -- More Evidence for the Global Extent of Solar-Induced Millennial-Scale Oscillations of Climate

* -- Will Global Warming Shut Down the Thermohaline Circulation of the World's Oceans?

* -- A Pitiable Ploy to Promote the Kyoto Protocol: Predicted Shutdown of the Marine Thermohaline Circulation

* -- Glacials and Interglacials: What They Can Tell Us About Potential Global Warming

* -- Earth's Thermohaline Circulation and Abrupt Climate Change

* -- Abrupt Climate Warming: A Characteristic of Glacial Periods

* -- North Atlantic Deep Water Production: Response to Global Warming and Feedback Implications for Climate

* -- The Variable Energy Output of the Sun Appears to Be the Major Determinant of Decadal- to Millennial-Scale Global Climate Change

A 21st-Century Weakening of the Thermohaline Circulation?

Lunar Tides and Climate Change

Yet Another Climate Model Flip-Flop

Rapid Climate Change: Past and Future

Evidence Mounts for Oceanic Control of Hemispheric Warming and Cooling

The Global Deep Water Roller Coaster Ride: Does It Shepherd Earth's Climate Back and Forth Between Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age Conditions?

More Evidence for Future CO2-Induced Global Cooling

Why Worry About CO2?

North Atlantic Millennial-Scale Oscillations

Persistent Millennial-Scale Climate Oscillations of the Past Million-Plus Years

A Natural Thermostat to Keep a Lid on Global Warming?

Millennial-Scale Changes in Ocean Circulation

Decadal-Scale Changes in Ocean Circulation