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Sea surface temperature increase

Year: 2013 Author: GRID-Arendal
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Climate change accelerates the rates of hydrologically-influenced degradation and can compound its impacts. According to CIESM, Western Mediterranean waters are experiencing a substantial warming trend (+0,2°C in last ten years), which could have a drastic impact on species adapted to more uniform temperatures, especially deeper water organisms accustomed to a near-constant temperature of 13°C.
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