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Climate Change Could Be Causing A Cold ‘Blob’ In The Atlantic

Geo Beats
Geo Beats
Scientists have been monitoring an unusually cold swath of water in the North Atlantic under Greenland which is thought to be the result of melting glaciers.

Rising global temperatures are causing record levels of warming on Earth, but one section of unusual cooling is also concerning some scientists. 

A large swath of cold water has been identified in the North Atlantic Ocean just south of Greenland, and it may be a consequence of melting glaciers. 

Based on monitoring by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, parts of the area have reached eight month 

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