Climate change is now warming the deepest parts of the oceans

Much of the ‘excess heat’ stored in the North Atlantic is in the deep ocean, at depths of below 2,300 feet

The researchers say that oceans have absorbed about 90% of warming caused by humans

Researcher found that this redistribution was a key driver of warming in the North Atlantic."

The research also found that excess heat from the Southern Hemisphere oceans is being carried into the North Atlantic

The study found that in the subtropical North Atlantic, 62% of the warming from 1850-2018 is held in the deep ocean

The researchers studied the system of currents known as the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC)

The study used temperature records and chemical "tracers"

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