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Ocean temperatures have broken records every month since May 2023

Recent measurements of ocean temperatures indicate that the seas are heating up more rapidly than initially anticipated. This increase in temperature is likely to have significant consequences, affecting everything from polar ice shelves to coral reefs to coastal cities worldwide, some of which we are already starting to see.

What’s causing this record warming and what does it mean for the future?

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