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365 Days of Climate Awareness 204 — Changes in the East Australia Current

The East Australia Current flows into the rapidly warming Tasman Sea, and is suspected to be a main driver of the warming there.

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By Michael Sutherland

Where the westward South Equatorial Current encounters the northeast coast of…




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