The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) modulates our climate, including being a potential cause of rapid change. New observations over the last decade or so have revealed surprising aspects of the AMOC and led to a re-consideration of its stability and variability, its role in physical and biogeochemical components of the climate system, and its representation in climate models.
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