"It's a combination of atmospheric processes or processes that are still unknown, in the air," said a scientist.
A study carried out by the Royal Netherlands Institute of Marine Research (NIOZ) showed a very strange situation. Saharan desert dust particles can really go away.
According to experts, winds transport particles from the western Sahara to the Atlantic Ocean. In fact, 3,500 km of the Caribbean were found to be distant.
As Fis.org was rescued, experts analyzed rags and underwater sediment rafts in five Atlantic areas between 2013 and 2016.
Why is it important? It could be global warming, because dust causes a delicate balance between sunlight and the Earth's heat. Giles Harrison, one of the authors of the research, explained the strange situation in the Phys.org website:
"The ideas already do not think that these particles are long distances that travel through the atmosphere, the atmospheric process or process combination that is still unknown, in the air.
This proof transports reflection is significant because of these particles caused by Earth and carbon cycles due to the radiation in the oceans. "
The matter is strange, the particle size was previously thought to be 0.01 to 0.02 mm in diameter at extreme distances, but scientists discovered 0.45 mm carbon particles.