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#ClimateEmergencyThe ocean is a key controller of the climate that we see on the continent of Australia, and currently, in Australia's south-east, the seas are warming at twice the global average. Scientists have confirmed that global air temperatures in 2020 were equal to 2016 — the hottest on record. Australia experienced its fourth hottest year on record.Oceans absorb more than 90 per cent of the solar energy trapped by greenhouse gases. The world’s oceans absorbed 20 sextillion joules of heat due to climate change in 2020 and warmed to record levels. That quantity – expressed numerically as 20,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 joules – is equivalent to the energy from 10 Hiroshima atomic bombs being released every second of the year.Study (PDF):link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007/s00376-021-0447-x.pdfABC Weather - 18 January 2021:Climate change pushed ocean temperatures to record high in 2020, study findsthenewdaily.com.au/news/national/2021/01/18/ocean-temperatures-atomic-bomb ... See MoreSee Less
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