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Rates of climate change in deep oceans could be severely affected, even in the best case scenario: study

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Rates of climate change in deep oceans could be severely affected, even in the best case scenario: study

Rates of climate change in deep oceans could be severely affected, even in the best case scenario: study

Earth's oceans could be experiencing rates of climate change seven times higher than levels today by the second half of the century, according to a new study.

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