The World’s Oceans: Measuring Climate Change Via the Ocean, Oceana vs. the International Ocean, the Circumpolar Current Being the Greatest of All Ocean Currents, How Argo Data Collection Works, the Correlation Between Ocean Temperature and Carbon Storage, Freshwater Unable to Hold as Much Carbon as Saltwater, the Importance of Phytoplankton, the Immense Economic Importance of Coral Reefs, the Death of Coral Reefs Via Bleaching and Why This Occurs, Possible Extinction of Coral Reefs by 2050, Australia and China Being the Most Vulnerable Countries Toward Climate Change, the Difference Between La Niña and El Niño Weather Events, and Brackish Water

Oceania stretches from Antarctica, to the southern most tip of Australia and South America. Scientists have placed floats referred to as “Argo’s”, 3500 in total which are a system of free floating robotic floats designed to measure ocean temperatures and it’s salinity and from that the solidity of water and ice. The floats ride the currents of the world’s oceans and are able to measure climate change in a way which was never possible before. The ocean is the largest carbon sink on the planet. Oc...

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