global sea

global sea

[′glō·bəl ′sē]
(oceanography)
All the seawater of the earth considered as a single ocean constantly intermixing.
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Global sea surface temperatures are likely to equal or surpass the record they set last year, while 2015 is also set to be one of the warmest years ever recorded over land.
Current models predict global sea levels to rise between one and three feet by the end of the century.
27 NASA scientists will be available for live satellite television interviews about the latest sea level research and new visualizations of global sea level changes and ice loss in Greenland and Antarctica.
Their disappearance means glaciers potentially will diminish more quickly, as well, increasing the pace at which global sea levels rise.
That melting would raise global sea levels by roughly 4 millimeters and reshape the region's landscape.
The acceleration of global sea level change from the end of the 20th century through the last two decades significantly has been swifter than scientists thought, according to a study in Nature.
Climate change, which is predicted to bring more frequent and severe flooding and a significant hike in global sea levels, amplifies the impacts of future flooding.
KTZ President Askar Mamin headed a meeting of the Coordination Committee, on Monday in Baku, to develop the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route, with the participation of teams of the railway firms of Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey, the heads of global sea ports of Aktau (Kazakhstan), Baku (Azerbaijan), and Batumi (Georgia), and a team of the Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company.
Sydney: The largest glacier in East Antarctica, containing ice equivalent to a six-metre (20-foot) rise in global sea levels, is melting due to warm ocean water, Australian scientists said on Monday.
She is the first person to take up the role from a global sea freight management background and is also only the second female to hold the prestigious two-year position.
WARMING water under Antarctica's ice shelves risks ice melting that could lead to a "worrying" rise in global sea levels, research has shown.
According to Wright's report, global sea levels had increased 20 cm in the last 100 years.
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