(Click to enlarge) Satellite image showing ‘cloud streets,’ a signature of heat and moisture transfer that warms the atmosphere and cools the ocean, over the Greenland and Iceland Seas. (Credit: GWK Moore/University of Toronto Mississauga)
(From ScienceDaily) — “A warm western Europe requires a cold North Atlantic Ocean, and the warming that the North Atlantic is now experiencing has the potential to result in a cooling over western Europe,” says professor G.W.K. Moore of UTM’s Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences.
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