Scientists indicated that Marine life is at risk, Oceans Temp is warming faster: As you all may know that few year ago Scientists have estimated that the temperature of raise. Okay! Now, the only problem is that the temperature is rising faster than our expectations. Yes! You all should know that the new temperature records in 2018 are indicating the damaging marine life according to the scientists. You all should know that it is a very big problem because it is going to affect our nature brutally.
- Extra warmth can reduce oxygen in the oceans
- This can damage coral reefs that are nurseries for fish
- Warmer seas release more moisture that can stoke more powerful storms
You all should know that an international network of 3,900 floats deployed in the oceans since 2000. Also, these all things showed more warming since 1971 than calculated by the latest UN assessment of climate change in 2013. Some reports are even indicating that the way the temperature is going high is a very big problem. As you all might know that the Man-made greenhouse gas emissions are warming the atmosphere, according to the overwhelming majority of climate scientists.
Yes! You are reading it right we humans are the one who are creating the mass problem. A large part of the heat gets absorbed by the oceans and that’s the reason the temperature is going up. Also, you all might know that this all is forcing fish to flee to cooler waters. Now, the problem is that the creatures that live in water being affected by this whole thing. “Global warming is here, and has major consequences already. There is no doubt, none!
Even, 200 nation plan to phase out fossil fuels this century under the 2015 Paris climate agreement to limit warming. Also, the reports are coming that the US president trump has said that the he wants to promote US fossil fuels, plans to pull out of the pact in 2020. Also, the reports are coming that the ocean warming had been broken almost yearly since 2000. The temperatures in the ocean down to 2,000 meters rose about 0.1 degree Celsius (0.18F) from 1971-2010.