Study to focus on Arctic after Greenland Sea found have warmed 10 times faster than global ocean

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Scientists have revealed plans to examine temperature changes in the Arctic Ocean after a long-term study found the Greenland Sea is warming 10 times faster than the global ocean. Scientists from Germany's Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) analysed temperature data from the Greenland Sea between 1950 and 2010. Their results show that during the past 30 years water temperatures between two kilometres deep and the ocean floor have risen by 0.3 degrees Celsius. Dr Raquel Somavilla Cabrillo, AWI......

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