If the solution to global warming falls in the heart of Ottawa, Bay Street, Calgary, or Victoria, does it make a sound?
- Nov 25, 2021 5:04 pm GMT
Ocean heat uptake is the essential measure of the Earth’s climate.
Ninety three percent of the heat of global warming is going into the oceans that are thermally stratified with lighter waters near the surface and denser water at the greater depth. This stable configuration acts as a barrier to the efficient mixing of heat, carbon, oxygen, and the nutrients vital to aquatic life.
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