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The world's oceans were the hottest in recorded history in 2019, scientists said on Tuesday, as manmade emissions warmed seas at an ever-increasing rate with potentially disastrous impacts on Earth's climate. Oceans absorb more than 90 percent of excess heat created by greenhouse gas emissions and quantifying how much they have warmed up in recent years gives scientists an accurate read on the rate of global warming. A team of experts from around the world looked at data compiled by China's Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) to gain a clear picture of ocean warmth to a depth ofThe world's oceans were the hottest in recorded history in 2019, scientists said on Tuesday, as manmade emissions warmed seas at an ever-increasing rate with potentially disastrous impacts on Earth's climate. Oceans absorb more than 90 percent of excess heat created by greenhouse gas emissions and quantifying how much they have warmed up in recent years gives scientists an accurate read on the rate of global warming. A team of experts from around the world looked at data compiled by China's Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) to gain a clear picture of ocean warmth to a depth of

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Ocean waters hit their highest temperature ever last year, and the rate at which they are warming is speeding up, a new study has revealed. Researchers called the new data "further proof of global warming."Ocean waters hit their highest temperature ever last year, and the rate at which they are warming is speeding up, a new study has revealed. Researchers called the new data "further proof of global warming."

Climate change: Oceans hotter than ever before, new study reveals | News | DW | 14.01.2020

“Grays paper in 2012 https://t.co/XMcHXMv8Ly says it all. The fact is there is so much we do not know about what is going on in the ocean that blaming minute increases of co2 for driving warming a big stretch. Dr Gray may have passed, but truth always lives.”

Joe Bastardi on Twitter: "Grays paper in 2012 https://t.co/XMcHXMv8Ly says it all. The fact is there is so much we do not know about what is going on in the ocean that blaming minute increases of co2 for driving warming a big stretch. Dr Gray may have passed, but truth always lives."

“Warming oceans ‘warn of looming climate disaster’ via Ben Webster (@bwebster135) for @TheTimes of London (paywalled): https://t.co/dzU8KWiLpf”

Michael E. Mann on Twitter: "Warming oceans ‘warn of looming climate disaster’ via Ben Webster (@bwebster135) for @TheTimes of London (paywalled): https://t.co/dzU8KWiLpf"

“"The pace of warming has increased about 500% since the late 1980s" The world's oceans are warmer than ever — and they are getting warmer faster. #ClimateAction https://t.co/wmjbo7Hkg6”

Inger Andersen on Twitter: ""The pace of warming has increased about 500% since the late 1980s" The world's oceans are warmer than ever — and they are getting warmer faster. #ClimateAction https://t.co/wmjbo7Hkg6"

“Ocean Warming Is Speeding Up, with Devastating Consequences, Study Shows https://t.co/0TbA4rGOy4”

Vernon Loeb on Twitter: "Ocean Warming Is Speeding Up, with Devastating Consequences, Study Shows https://t.co/0TbA4rGOy4"

Researchers found that the oceans are dramatically changing due to climate change, the latest evidence of a warming world.Researchers found that the oceans are dramatically changing due to climate change, the latest evidence of a warming world.

The World’s Oceans Were The Hottest In Recorded History In 2019 | HuffPost Canada

A new study has found that in 2019 the world's oceans heated up at an alarmingly high rate, which scientists have compared to five Hiroshima bombs being detonated in the water every second. The findings were published in the journal for Advances in Atmospheric Sciences and should make for concerning reading for anyone worried about climate change. A new study has found that in 2019 the world's oceans heated up at an alarmingly high rate, which scientists have compared to five Hiroshima bombs being detonated in the water every second. The

Climate change: Rate of ocean warming compared to Hiroshima nuclear bombs | indy100

The ocean temperature last year was about 0.075 degrees Celsius above the 1981-2010 average.The ocean temperature last year was about 0.075 degrees Celsius above the 1981-2010 average.

Oceans hit highest temperature on record in 2019 | News | Al Jazeera

A new analysis shows the world's oceans were the warmest in 2019 than any other time in recorded human history, especially between the surface and a depth of 2,000 meters. The study, conducted by an international ...

Record-setting ocean warmth equivalent to 3.6 billion Hiroshima atom bomb explosions over 25 years

The new study was published in the Advances in Atmospheric Sciences journalThe new study was published in the Advances in Atmospheric Sciences journal

Ocean temperatures rising by five Hiroshima bombs a second, research finds - The National

A new analysis found 2019 was the hottest for the world’s oceans. The five hottest years have also been in the past five years. A new analysis found 2019 was the hottest for the world’s oceans. The five hottest years have also been in the past five years. 

A new study has laid bare the alarming reality of the impact of climate change on the oceans, with the analysis revealing the world's oceans were warmer in 2019 than any other time in recorded human history.Where some consequences of climate change are plain to see, like the bushfires currently ravaging Australia, others require us to look beneath the surface – but that doesn't make them any less significant. As the planet has continued to warm, nowhere has this been felt more than its oceans, which absorb the majority of extra heat captured as a result of greenhouse gas emissions. A new study has laid bare the alarming reality of this trend, with the analysis revealing the world's oceans were warmer in 2019 than any other time in recorded human history.

Ocean temperatures hit highest levels ever recorded

It's a stark assessment of ocean temperatures, the best measure for how much the world has heated. It's a stark assessment of ocean temperatures, the best measure for how much the world has heated.

'5 Hiroshima Bombs of Heat, Every Second': The World's Oceans Absorbed Record-Level Heat Last Year - VICE

The rate at which ocean water is warming is speeding up and researchers called the new data "further proof of global warming."The rate at which ocean water is warming is speeding up and researchers called the new data "further proof of global warming."

Oceans Hotter Than Ever Before, New Study Reveals

The rate at which ocean water is warming is speeding up and researchers called the new data "further proof of global warming."The rate at which ocean water is warming is speeding up and researchers called the new data "further proof of global warming."

Oceans Hotter Than Ever Before, New Study Reveals

The world's oceans were warmer in 2019 than at any point in recorded human history, a study has found.The world's oceans were warmer in 2019 than at any point in recorded human history, a study has found.

World's oceans warmer than ever, study finds

BEIJING: If you want to see where global warming is happening, look to the seas.The world's oceans in 2019 were the warmest in recorded human history, a new article said on Tuesday (Jan 14). Conducted by an international team of 14 scientists from 11 institutes worldwide, the study also found that global ocean temperatures keep rising and speeding up.BEIJING: If you want to see where global warming is happening, look to the seas.The world's oceans in 2019 were the warmest in recorded human history, a new article said on Tuesday (Jan 14). Conducted by an international team of 14 scientists from 11 institutes worldwide, the study also found that global ocean temperatures keep rising and speeding up.

China-led study shows world's oceans hottest on record in 2019 | The Star Online

Last year’s ocean temperature was about 0.075 degrees Celsius above the 1981-2010 average.Last year’s ocean temperature was about 0.075 degrees Celsius above the 1981-2010 average.

Heat added to earth's oceans over 25 years equals '3.6 billion Hiroshima atom bomb explosions'