Sunset Beach in California. Research shows that accelerating trade winds in central and eastern areas of the Pacific have driven warm surface water to the ocean's depths, reducing the amount of heat that flows into the atmosphere. Photo: EPA Sunset Beach in California. Research shows that accelerating trade winds in central and eastern areas of the Pacific have driven warm surface water to the ocean's depths, reducing the amount of heat that flows into the atmosphere. Photo: EPA
Sunset Beach in California. Research shows that accelerating trade winds in central and eastern areas of the Pacific have driven warm surface water to the ocean's depths, reducing the amount of heat that flows into the atmosphere. Photo: EPA

Global warming ‘pause’ due to Pacific ocean’s strong trade winds, says study

Sunset Beach in California. Research shows that accelerating trade winds in central and eastern areas of the Pacific have driven warm surface water to the ocean's depths, reducing the amount of heat that flows into the atmosphere. Photo: EPA Sunset Beach in California. Research shows that accelerating trade winds in central and eastern areas of the Pacific have driven warm surface water to the ocean's depths, reducing the amount of heat that flows into the atmosphere. Photo: EPA
Sunset Beach in California. Research shows that accelerating trade winds in central and eastern areas of the Pacific have driven warm surface water to the ocean's depths, reducing the amount of heat that flows into the atmosphere. Photo: EPA
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