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22 August 2018 Tanzania Backs Initiatives Aimed At Boosting ... All Africa
18 August 2018 Fast melting Arctic ice may hit Indian monsoo... Hindustan Times
16 August 2018 Climate change: Heat waves hit seawater hard,... International Business Times
13 August 2018 Jakarta, the fastest-sinking city in the worl... BBC
23 July 2018 Crop yields falling due to climate change imp... The Times of India

Climate change: Heat waves hit seawater hard, number doubled in last 35 years
International Business Times, 16 August 2018

The heat in the oceans over the last few years has also been at record-breaking highs, say researchers. The all-time highest seawater temperature ever recorded since the measurements started in 1916 was made off the coast of San Diego earlier this month. A new study has found that in the 34-year time period between 1982 and 2016, the total number of so-called "marine heat waves" have nearly doubled. Researchers have also found that the frequency and intensity of marine heat waves are likely to increase and they will become a more common occurrence.   Read full story...

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