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Oceans warming faster than expected, set heat record in 2018 - scientists

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Oceans warming faster than expected, set heat record in 2018 - scientistsThe oceans are warming faster than previously estimated, setting a new temperature record in 2018 in a trend that is damaging marine life, scientists said on Thursday.
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Scientists now say the oceans are warming faster than previously estimated, having set a new temperature record in 2018. Researchers say the network of floats in oceans worldwide since 2000 recorded more warming than what was listed in the 2013 U.N. assessment of climate change.

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