COSEE Ocean Systems: News
Surprising Depth to Global Warming's Effects
Description: Ocean temperature must be measured regularly around the world from the ocean surface to the ocean floor to reduce uncertainty in ocean heat uptake, which accounts for over 90% of global warming. Extending the Argo project (an array of 3,500 free-drifting floats that measure temperature and salinity to 2 km) to full depth would fill this need. [Source: LiveScience]
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Source: LiveScience
Publish Date: 3/27/2013
Reading Level: Basic
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