Northeast U.S. Waters Warming Far Faster than Previously Thought, NOAA says

Yale Environment 360: The ocean waters off the Northeastern United States may get even warmer, and this warming may occur twice as quickly as previously thought, according to a new study by researchers for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The findings, based on four global climate models, suggest that ocean temperatures in that region will rise three times faster than the global average. “Prior climate change projections for the region may be far too conservative,” said Vincent Saba, a NOAA fisheries......

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