Rising temperatures will change the colour of the world’s oceans, making them more blue in the coming decades say scientists.
They found that increased heat will change the mixture of phytoplankton or tiny marine organisms in the seas, which absorb and reflect light.
Scientists say there will be less of them in the waters in the decades to come.
This will drive a colour change in more than 50% of the world’s seas by 2100.
Climate secrets of the world’s most remote island Plankton named after Blue Planet series Climate stirring change under the waves Phytoplankton play a hugely important role in the oceans.
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