Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC), the world's largest current, an unbroken zone around the globe between 45-55 deg south. Driven by world's westerly winds. The ocean south of the convergence differs greatly from northern waters in temperature, density and salinity.
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|1267||Name||Name used to refer or label something. For example waypoints, buildings, and camps. Note: Name does not include SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica placenames. See the attribute SCAR_Name.||Mandatory||character(100)|| || ||Types|
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