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http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-43713719

>A significant shift in the system of ocean currents that helps keep parts of Europe warm could send temperatures in the UK lower, scientists have found.

>They say the Atlantic Ocean circulation system is weaker now than it has been for more than 1,000 years - and has changed significantly in the past 150.

>The study, in the journal Nature, says it may be a response to increased melting ice and is likely to continue.

>Researchers say that could have an impact on Atlantic ecosystems.

>Scientists involved in the Atlas project - the largest study of deep Atlantic ecosystems ever undertaken - say the impact will not be of the order played out in the 2004 Hollywood blockbuster The Day After Tomorrow.

>But they say changes to the conveyor-belt-like system - also known as the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (Amoc) - could cool the North Atlantic and north-west Europe and transform some deep-ocean ecosystems.

>That could also affect temperature-sensitive species like coral, and even Atlantic cod.

>...

there's more but i'm not going to post it
you should just visit the website
there are a couple more pictures and a video as well
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