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Argument: Ocean layers have warmed in a manner that indicates human-causes of global warming

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-*[[Debate:Global warming, human-caused?]]+*[[Debate: Is climate change chiefly human-caused?]]
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==Supporting articles== ==Supporting articles==
*[http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/article516033.ece "New proof that man has caused global warming". February 18, 2005] - "The strongest evidence yet that global warming has been triggered by human activity has emerged from a major study of rising temperatures in the world’s oceans. *[http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/article516033.ece "New proof that man has caused global warming". February 18, 2005] - "The strongest evidence yet that global warming has been triggered by human activity has emerged from a major study of rising temperatures in the world’s oceans.

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The present trend of warmer sea temperatures, which have risen by an average of half a degree Celsius (0.9F) over the past 40 years, can be explained only if greenhouse gas emissions are responsible, new research has revealed."
  • Union of Concerned Scientists. "Global Warming." Retrieved 12.10.07 - "Fingerprint 1: The Ocean Layers Warm: The world's oceans have absorbed about 20 times as much heat as the atmosphere over the past half-century, leading to higher temperatures not only in surface waters but also in water 1,500 feet below the surface. [8,9] The measured increases in water temperature lie well outside the bounds of natural climate variation."

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