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Ocean temperatures hit record levels, impacting marine life
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Ocean temperatures hit record levels, impacting marine life

The world's oceans have set daily temperature records throughout the past year due to climate change.

Matt McGrath, Mark Poynting, and Justin Rowlatt report for BBC News.

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Ocean temperatures continue to set daily records
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Ocean temperatures continue to set daily records

Record-breaking ocean temperatures are prompting scientists to explore underlying causes and potential impacts.

Delger Erdenesanaa reports for The New York Times.

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To grow coral reefs, get them buzzed

To grow coral reefs, get them buzzed

Zapped with solar electrical currents, some struggling reefs can self-repair with incredible speed -- and even grow where none have existed before.

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Marine heat waves are on the rise. What are these blobs of hot water?
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Marine heat waves are on the rise. What are these blobs of hot water?

Climate change is causing intense warming of Earth’s oceans more often and for longer, posing big risks to the animals and plants that live there.
15 big issues poised to impact oceans and coasts

15 big issues poised to impact oceans and coasts

Experts from around the world put their heads together to consider effects of emerging trends on marine and coastal biodiversity.

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Blizzard-like 'bomb cyclones' get boost from warming oceans

The warming of ocean waters through climate change creates ideal conditions for more “bomb cyclone” events like the one that battered the Northeast with extreme winter weather in late January, experts say.
Ocean warming changing N.B.'s fishing grounds

Ocean warming is changing N.B.'s fishing grounds. Will fishermen adapt?

Fishing communities in southwestern New Brunswick are trying to figure out how to use a decade of alarming science reports to get ready for the future. 
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