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Extent of Ocean Surface Above 86 Degrees (F) Hits New Record During May of 2016 | robertscribbler

GarryRogers Nature Conservation

Warming oceans reach new high temperature

Almost 10% of the ocean surfaces are above 85 degrees Fahrenheit.  The chart below and this record indicate that the oceans are warming up.  Read Scribbler’s analysis to learn just how terrible this really is.

Robert Scribbler:  “Not only is a human-forced warming of the globe expected to increase average surface ocean and land temperatures, it is also expected to generate higher peak readings over larger and larger regions. Such was the case during May of 2016 as a massive expanse of the world ocean saw temperatures rocket to above 30 degrees Celsius (or 86 degrees Fahrenheit).

(A record hot global ocean has brewed up yet one more new extreme in the form of a 32.7 million square kilometer expanse of steaming hot waters above 86 degrees Fahrenheit or 30 degrees Celsius. Image source: Brian Brettschneider.)

“According to climatologist Brian Brettschneider, 32.7 million square…

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June 7, 2016 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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