The warming of the planet’s oceans much faster than expected, the dangers of unchecked climate change stresses, according to a new study. New data from the journal published on Thursday, Science, indicate that ocean temperatures have risen steadily since 1950 and 40% faster calculation increased in a 2014 United Nations report by scientists. After Lijing Cheng, one of the authors of the study, temperatures up to 2000 meters increased by 0.1 degrees Celsius (0.18F) between 1971 to 2010, according to Reuters. The effects may include an increase in the level of the seas, the destruction of coral, bad weather systems and a decrease of the ice sheets and glaciers. According to the study, the trapped marine oceans over 90% of the heat into the atmosphere by greenhouse gases caused longer be absorbed by 30 cm by the year 2100. The Earth could rise, according to the New York Times to give them a key regulator for the planet’s thermostat production. However, their role has been relatively unnoticed due to insufficient and inaccurate data. The new study analyzed the information and data collected by Argo published earlier, a worldwide system of nearly 4,000 swimmers who measures the temperature and salt level in the upper parts of the oceans. The study is the latest in a series of warnings from the scientific community, he urged people to change their habits and to address global warming. In October 2018 report of the Intergovernmental Group of Experts on Climate Change (IPCC) said that the planet by 2030 just to avoid the devastating effects of climate change. Governments are increasingly aware of their responsibility to reduce by nearly 200 nations pledged their greenhouse gas emissions under the 2015 Paris Klimaabkomme.
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