Oceanography: Historical ocean heat

Wake, Bronwyn
December 2013
Nature Climate Change;Dec2013, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p1017
Academic Journal
The article discusses a research conducted by Yair Rosenthal and co-workers of Rutgers University which showed that the rate of change of the Pacific Ocean heat content in 2013 has been higher compared with the heat content in the past decade.


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