Vibrant Simulation Shows Complexity of Ocean Circulation and Heat Transfer

Yale Environment 360: This swirling, vibrant visualization of global water-surface temperatures from Los Alamos National Laboratory depicts the complexity of ocean circulation and heat absorption. Cool temperatures appear as blues and greens while warmer waters are red and yellow. A clear temperature divide exists between waters in the Northern Hemisphere and those in the Southern Hemisphere. Researchers say that oceans south of the equator have absorbed substantially more heat over the past decade. Vortices near the......

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