Global warming is changing patterns of rain, snow and ocean currents that drive the climate system.

According to oceanographer Ruth Curry, sea surface waters in tropical regions have become dramatically saltier over the past 50 years, while surface waters at high latitudes, in Arctic regions, have become much fresher. These changes in salinity seem to have accelerated in the 1990s.

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