Weakening of AMOC variability with global warming

Using computer models with future global warming scenarios, a study predicts the interdecadal variability from 2100 to 2300 of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), a key ocean current that modulates global climate, and finds that as global warming intensifies AMOC periods are expected to shorten and the amplitude of AMOC variability to weaken, findings that may help improve interdecadal climate change projections. - See at PNAS.org

Article #15-19827: “Reduced interdecadal variability of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation under global warming,” by Jun Cheng et al.