Oceans show warming is continuing

Data on ocean temperature is not perfect but indicates rising greenhouse gas emissions are warming the planet in spite of slowing in rise of surface temperatures.

The world's oceans have absorbed more than 90 per cent of global warming since the mid-20th century, making accurate measurements of deep ocean temperatures vital to predicting how much global temperatures and sea levels are going to rise.

In 1999, a group of 30 countries launched the Argo programme as the first global, subsurface ocean observing system.

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