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Computerized Modeling of Sedimentary Systems pp Cite as. The ocean thermohaline circulation is often referred to as a global conveyor Gordon ; Broecker and Denton ; Broecker ; review in Gordon et al. It is cooled there and descends to set forth the deep ocean current system which is believed to be a global feature, a conveyor.

Since the conveyor is mainly driven by latitudinal density gradients, which in high latitudes are controlled primarily by salinity, the density-driven conveyor is also referred to as the global salinity conveyor belt Broecker The intriguing part of the problem is that the driving mechanism of change is thought to be very localized, with the key area of convection in the northern NA being surprisingly small with respect to the global ocean volume. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

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Computerized Modeling of Sedimentary Systems pp Cite as. The ocean thermohaline circulation is often referred to as a global conveyor Gordon ; Broecker and Denton ; Broecker ; review in Gordon et al. It is cooled there and descends to set forth the deep ocean current system which is believed to be a global feature, a conveyor. Since the conveyor is mainly driven by latitudinal density gradients, which in high latitudes are controlled primarily by salinity, the density-driven conveyor is also referred to as the global salinity conveyor belt Broecker The intriguing part of the problem is that the driving mechanism of change is thought to be very localized, with the key area of convection in the northern NA being surprisingly small with respect to the global ocean volume. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

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