In the Southern Indian Ocean, climate change is leading to stronger winds, which mix waters, bringing CO2 up from the ocean depths to the surface. This is the conclusion of researchers who have studied the latest field measurements carried out by CNRS's INSU, IPEV and IPSL. As a result, the Southern Ocean can no longer absorb as much atmospheric CO2 as before.
This is really bad news. This means that all of the models used to predict green house gases in the atmosphere and Global Warming are all off in the bad direction. They're underestimating the problem.