Oceans May Be Storing 13% More Heat Than Previously Estimated

Most of the “extra” heat that’s retained as a result of anthropogenic climate change ends up in the oceans (~90%). To put that another way, the world’s oceans are a giant heat sink, and they work to modulate the world’s air temperatures to a large degree

Oceans May Be Storing 13% More Heat Than Previously Estimated was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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