According to a study on climate change, in 2022, ocean temperatures around the world will reach their highest level.
According to the Guardian News, in the research conducted by a team of several scientists, the oceans, which absorb heat from man-made emissions, were reported to have reached their highest temperature in 2022, causing profound changes in the climate. the system.
In the United States of America, Thomas University Professor. Noting that more than 90 percent of global warming goes into the oceans, John Abraham said, “We are facing more extreme weather conditions because of the warming of the oceans. This is having catastrophic effects all over the world.” He said.
Records from 1958 show a significant increase in ocean temperature from 1990 onwards, with warming accelerating.
According to the study, ocean warming and the effects of extreme weather will increase until humanity reaches net zero emissions.
It was reported that with intense warming in the mid-latitude Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, record heat waves and droughts increased in the Northern Hemisphere.
The World Meteorological Organization reported in October that the concentration of all major greenhouse gases in the atmosphere had reached record levels.
The research in question has been published in the peer-reviewed journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences.
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