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A new study by MIT researchers, published in Nature Communications, highlights the dangers of weakening ocean currents. Weaker circulation could increase atmospheric CO2 buildup, accelerating global warming. While changes in ocean overturning circulation might balance CO2 levels by reducing both atmospheric pull-down and deep ocean dredging, the slowdown could eventually release more stored carbon from the ocean depths, posing significant risks.

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