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Ocean Warming Caused by Underwater Volcanic Activity

Robert Pritchett wrote on Jan. 19, 2009

I read this recently and wished I'd thought of it - take a glass of water with ice, mark the water level and then let the ice melt. Recheck. Did the water level rise, fall or stay the same? Short answer: It stays the same.

The oceans have been rising because of undersea volcanic activity, not because of melting ice. The oceans have been warming because of undersea volcanic activity building islands. The polar caps have been melting in places because of undersea volcanic activity causing extremely hot water to rise the surface. How many volcanoes are under the seas and active? Millions.

Ocean Warming

Three Million Underwater Volcanoes

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Directory:Global Cooling

Directory:CO2 Sequestration

Directory:Environmental Impact

PowerPedia:Greenhouse gases

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Latest: Directory:Global Warming > PowerPedia:Greenhouse gases >Directory:Oxygen Depletion - Global warming is not the only consequence of increasing greenhouse gasses. Oxygen used to be about 20% of the atmosphere but today, in some places, it is as low as 16%, leading to a wide range of health and vitality consequences. Oceanic hypoxia is likewise spreading at an alarming rate. (PESWIki Oct. 19, 2008)
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