Massive underwater mountains churn Antarctic waters

Wednesday, September 18, 2013 - 14:01 in Earth & Climate

Underwater mountains in the ocean passage between South America and Antarctica mix midlevel seawater dramatically, new research suggests.This churning of waters in the Southern Ocean plays a huge role in ocean circulation and, in turn, climate.

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