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Reid et al. 9 The distribution of six different ocean biomes: (1a) equatorial—downwelling (Eq-D), (1b) equatorial—upwelling (Eq-U), (2) subtropical gyre—permanently stratified (ST-PS), (3) subtropical gyre—seasonally stratified (ST-SS), (4) low latitude—upwelling (LL-U), (5) sub-polar (SP) and (6) marginal sea-ice (Ice). From Sarmiento et al. (2004). interactions. A provisional grouping of 10 different PFTs that need to be simulated in a new generation of linked ocean physics and ecosystem models was selected by Le Que´re´ et al.
Ganachaud and Wunsch, 2000). At the same latitude, the Gulf Stream component of the MOC is channelled through the Florida Strait, where robust transport measurements have been maintained since 1980 (Baringer and Larsen, 2001). This latitude has been suggested as one of the optimum locations at which to monitor the MOC - to both establish how the system varies naturally, and to seek evidence of any long-term change that may be underway. Based on measurements from ship transects over the past six decades an apparent 30% reduction in the strength of the MOC was calculated by Bryden et al.
2005) (Fig. 4). This appears to be driven by an enhanced southwards re-circulation of upper waters by the subtropical gyre, and a compensatory reduction in the deep southwards return leg of the MOC fed by high-latitude, cold, dense waters. The size and rate of this reduction received much attention, exceeding the limits of projected changes for the same time period based on climate model simulations (see Section 8). 5 N, as part of the UK-led RAPID Climate Change Programme. 5 N between 1957 and 2005 and associated error bars.