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Ocean heat content calculated based on observations made in the upper 700 m of the water column

Figure Created 17 Oct 2012 Published 20 Nov 2012 Last modified 29 Nov 2012, 11:42 AM
Ocean heat content is defined as the integrated temperature change times the density of seawater, times specific heat capacity from the surface down to the deep ocean.

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