Atmospheric conditions and ocean circulation

A deep ocean circulation model finds that atmospheric cooling or warming can cause observed changes in ocean circulation and stratification between glacial and interglacial climates, suggesting that a positive feedback loop may exist between atmospheric temperature, ocean circulation, and atmospheric carbon dioxide. - Read at PNAS.org

Article #16-10438: “Glacial ocean circulation and stratification explained by reduced atmospheric temperature,” by Malte F. Jansen.