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It’s a great river in the sea, bringing warmth from the Gulf of Mexico to Orkney winters, and circulating heat to cold Arctic waters through vast undersea chimneys. Prof. Peter Wadhams tells its story, and Martin Gray adds some examples of items it has carried to Orkney beaches.

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