Antarctica’s southerly winds have made the Southern Ocean less salty – Stuff.co.nz


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Antarctica's southerly winds have made the Southern Ocean less salty
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Northward-moving sea ice from Antarctica, blown by increasingly strong southerly winds over the Ross Sea, is thought to be the reason behind changing the salt levels in the ocean, which surrounds Antarctica. In the new study published in Nature, Swiss

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