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The world's oceans have absorbed more than 90 percent of global warming since the mid-20th century, making accurate measurements of deep ocean temperatures vital to predicting how much global temperatures and sea levels are going to rise. In 1999,
Stories The Sunday Politics interview with Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey on July 14 provoked widespread reaction in the twittersphere and elsewhere, which was only to be expected given the interview was about the latest developments in
Scientists have examined the effect of rising ocean temperatures on the growth and distribution of more than 600 species of fish. Photograph: Tarik Tinazay/AFP/Getty Images Global warming is likely to shrink the size of fish by as much as a quarter
Around 5 to 13 million years ago, oceans were warmer than they are today -- even though atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations were considerably low. The unusual mismatch between sea temperatures and CO2 levels during this time period hints that
The research led by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego physical oceanographer Dean Roemmich shows a .33-degree Celsius (.59-degree Fahrenheit) average increase in the upper portions of the ocean to 700 meters (2,300 feet) depth. The
07 pm · Fire and thick smoke at the border of Bolivia and Brazil in 2004...Rainforest burning in South America can be predicted months in advance using small shifts in ocean temperatures, UC Irvine scientists say in a study to be published Friday.