1. Climate change: Oceans hotter than ever before, new study reveals  DW (English)
  2. Ocean temperatures hit record high as rate of heating accelerates  The Guardian
  3. Oceans are warming at the same rate as if five Hiroshima bombs were dropped in every second  CNN
  4. 2019 Was a Record Year for Ocean Temperatures, Data Show  The New York Times
  5. Why do record ocean temperatures matter?  The Guardian
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Ocean waters hit their highest temperature ever last year, and the rate at which they are warming is speeding up, a new study has revealed. Researchers called the new data "further proof of global warming."Ocean waters hit their highest temperature ever last year, and the rate at which they are warming is speeding up, a new study has revealed. Researchers called the new data "further proof of global warming."

Climate change: Oceans hotter than ever before, new study reveals | News | DW | 14.01.2020

A new analysis found 2019 was the hottest for the world's oceans. The five hottest years have also be in the past five years. A new analysis found 2019 was the hottest for the world's oceans. The five hottest years have also be in the past five years. 

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A new study has laid bare the alarming reality of the impact of climate change on the oceans, with the analysis revealing the world's oceans were warmer in 2019 than any other time in recorded human history.Where some consequences of climate change are plain to see, like the bushfires currently ravaging Australia, others require us to look beneath the surface – but that doesn't make them any less significant. As the planet has continued to warm, nowhere has this been felt more than its oceans, which absorb the majority of extra heat captured as a result of greenhouse gas emissions. A new study has laid bare the alarming reality of this trend, with the analysis revealing the world's oceans were warmer in 2019 than any other time in recorded human history.

Ocean temperatures hit highest levels ever recorded

Last year oceans were 0.075C higher than the average recorded over three decades from 1981 to 2010. It would take the energy of 3.6billion Hiroshima bombs to recreate the rise.Last year oceans were 0.075C higher than the average recorded over three decades from 1981 to 2010. It would take the energy of 3.6billion Hiroshima bombs to recreate the rise.

World's oceans are warmest since records began, fuelling fears climate change is speeding up | Daily Mail Online

The world's oceans were warmer in 2019 than at any point in recorded human history, a study has found.The world's oceans were warmer in 2019 than at any point in recorded human history, a study has found.

World's oceans warmest since records began as climate change accelerates rate of heating

It's a stark assessment of ocean temperatures, the best measure for how much the world has heated. It's a stark assessment of ocean temperatures, the best measure for how much the world has heated.

'5 Hiroshima Bombs of Heat, Every Second': The World's Oceans Absorbed Record-Level Heat Last Year - VICE

New research shows the average ocean temperature in 2019 has continued to rise to the highest level on record, and will drive more extreme weather events and bushfires as ocean temperatures increase.New research shows the average ocean temperature in 2019 has continued to rise to the highest level on record, and will drive more extreme weather events and bushfires as ocean temperatures increase.

Climate change has pushed the world's oceans to record temperatures - Science News - ABC News

The world's oceans hit their warmest level in recorded history in 2019, according to a study that provides more evidence that Earth is warming at an accelerated pace.The world's oceans hit their warmest level in recorded history in 2019, according to a study that provides more evidence that Earth is warming at an accelerated pace.

The world’s oceans reached their highest temperature last year since modern records began more than 60 years ago.The record was broken for the third year running and scientists attributed the warmth to the sea’s absorption of most of the heating caused by human activity.John Abraham, an engineeThe world’s oceans reached their highest temperature last year since modern records began more than 60 years ago. The record was broken for the third year running and scientists attributed the...

Warming oceans ‘warn of looming climate disaster’ | News | The Times

The amount of heat added to the oceans since 1995 is equal to 3.6 billion Hiroshima atom-bomb explosions.The amount of heat added to the oceans since 1995 is equal to 3.6 billion Hiroshima atom-bomb explosions.

World’s oceans warmer than ever in recorded human history, study finds | Leigh Journal

The Earth’s oceans hit record high temperatures last year as the rate of global warming continued to accelerate, researchers have said. The rate of heat introduced to the planet’s oceans over the last 25 years is equivalent to the energy produced by 3.6 billion atomic bombs, according to scientists. Climate change has fuelled rapid rises in global surface air temperature sinceThe Earth’s oceans hit record high temperatures last year as the rate of global warming continued to accelerate, researchers have said. The rate of heat introduced to the planet’s oceans over the

Ocean temperatures hit record highs as rate of global warming accelerates | The Independent

2019 was the warmest year on record for the oceans--and it had the biggest single-year jump of the decade.2019 was the warmest year on record for the oceans--and it had the biggest single-year jump of the decade.

Oceans have hit highest temperatures ever recorded | TheHill

The findings come as climate scientists warn that Australia's massive wildfires could become routine unless action is taken.The findings come as climate scientists warn that Australia's massive wildfires could become routine unless action is taken.

World's oceans warmer in 2019 than at any point in human history, study finds | World News | Sky News