Directed water flow, used to describe everything from gigantic transoceanic streams, to temporary local eddies. Circulatory ocean currents are often hundreds of miles wide and thousands of miles long, and can stretch from continent to continent; they make some coastlines chillier than might be expected (the California Current keeps Baja colder than San Diego) and others warmer (Icelandic surf brea...

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