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New tool cuts guesswork about ‘eddy killing’ in oceans

Eddies are circular currents of water (shown here as green and light blue swirling patterns of phytoplankton blooms) that play an important role in determining the ocean’s currents, heat flow, salt concentrations, and upwelling of nutrients and organisms. (NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Ocean Color image)
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