Ocean temperatures have been off the charts since mid-March 2023, with the highest average levels in 40 years of satellite monitoring, and the impact is breaking through in disruptive ways around the world. Read more via The Conversation.
The oceans have hit their hottest ever recorded temperature as they soak up warmth from climate change, with dire implications for our planet’s health. The average daily global sea surface temperature beat a 2016 record this week, according to the EU’s climate change service Copernicus. It reached 20.96C (69.73F) – far above the average for […]
WITH the water industry in England apologising for its ongoing release of sewage into the environment, what engineering options do we have to help put a stop to it? The industry is facing significant pressure to fix the issue, with data showing it spilled sewage into the environment on average 825 times every day in […]
Why is the deep ocean cold? And why does this matter for global warming?