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The Effect of the Arctic Ocean on Global and Local Climate

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       The currents of the Arctic Ocean are an effect on global and local climate. This is because the currents give out big amounts of heat around our planet. 

        If the temperature keeps on rising in the Arctic Ocean eventually the ocean is just going to completely melt so that there will be a huge flood. This flood will flood the entire earth.



Last Updated February 10th 2005