Rapid response to climate change in a marginal sea

@inproceedings{Schroeder2017RapidRT,
  title={Rapid response to climate change in a marginal sea},
  author={Katrin Schroeder and Jacopo Chiggiato and Simon A Josey and Marcela Borghini and Simona Aracri and S Sparnocchia},
  booktitle={Scientific Reports},
  year={2017}
}
The Mediterranean Sea is a mid-latitude marginal sea, particularly responsive to climate change as reported by recent studies. The Sicily Channel is a choke point separating the sea in two main basins, the Eastern Mediterranean Sea and the Western Mediterranean Sea. Here, we report and analyse a long-term record (1993–2016) of the thermohaline properties of the Intermediate Water that crosses the Sicily Channel, showing increasing temperature and salinity trends much stronger than those… CONTINUE READING
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