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The future of coastal ocean upwelling

An ensemble of climate models predicts that winds along the world's coasts will intensify because of global warming, inducing more ocean upwelling — a process that will affect the health of coastal marine ecosystems. See Letter p.390

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Di Lorenzo, E. The future of coastal ocean upwelling. Nature 518, 310–311 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/518310a

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