Where does the Transpolar Drift Stream begin?

off the coast of Siberia
in Alaska
off the coast of Norway
in the Baffin Sea
The Transpolar Drift Stream is a major ocean current of the Arctic Ocean, transporting sea ice from the Laptev Sea and the East Siberian Sea towards Fram Strait. Drift experiments with ships like Fram or Tara showed that the drift takes between two and four years. It has been cited as a major factor in the North Atlantic Oscillation and Arctic oscillation atmospheric changes.
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off the coast of Siberia
in Alaska
off the coast of Norway
in the Baffin Sea
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