Researchers identify human influence as key agent of ocean warming patterns in the future

Researchers identify human influence as key agent of ocean warming patterns in the future


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The oceans play an important role in regulating our climate and its change by absorbing heat and carbon.

The implications of their results, published today in Nature, are significant because regional sea level, affecting coastal populations around the world, depends on patterns of ocean warming. In this study they show how these patterns are likely to change…

Read Full Article, PhysOrg (08-12-2020)

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