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Salinity are alterations in precipitation/evaporation, freshening from melting of ice, reduced ice formation and changes in ocean circulation. The relative contributions of these factors to the large observed changes are still a matter of debate, although changes in evaporation/precipitation are shown to be important by Curry et al. (2003). The increasing differences in the salinity budgets of the Atlantic and Pacific suggest a change in the freshwater budget of the two basins. Bindoff et al. (2007) conclude that pronounced changes in salinity reflect a modification of the Earth’s hydrological cycle with enhanced transport of water in the atmosphere between low and higher latitudes.
Net loss of mass could occur, however, if there was a more rapid ice discharge into the sea around East Antarctica due to a higher rate of accumulation from snowfall over the interior or due to a warming of the coastal waters in contact with the glaciers. The latter would increase submarine melting, which in turn would release the grounded glaciers from their bed and allow them to flow faster towards the sea. 8. Concluding comments Global SST has shown a progressive increasing trend over the last century with warmer water extending into the Arctic and parts of the Southern Ocean adjacent to Antarctica.
2007). Understanding of mesoscale variability in oceanic waters and its potential impact on NPP, export flux and climate is poor. 5. Plankton biodiversity functional groups and ocean biomes There are tens of thousands of different species of viruses, bacteria, archaea, cyanobacteria, phyto- and zooplankton and other organisms in the plankton. , 2003) that modulate the cycling of CO2. Impacts of the Oceans on Climate Change 35 These roles include the regulation of the settling flux of organic and inorganic carbon to the deep ocean and determining levels of reactive trace gases and aerosols in the atmosphere as well as proxy tracers for the carbon cycle such as O2, 13CO2 and O18O.