Ocean surface climates

Ocean surface climates supports the marine life. It is defined by surface water temperature, acidity and the concentration of the mineral aragonite, which is used by large number of marine organisms to form bones and shells. Because of the increasing carbon emissions at an exponential rate, ocean surface climates may become inhospitable to the species it supports.
A new study predict that up to 90 per cent of the EarthÂ’s oceanÂ’s surface will change by 2100 unless the carbon emissions are controlled. By the end of this century, up to 82 per cent of ocean surface may experience climate that has not been experienced in recent history.

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