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Scientists Record Hottest Seawater Ever Near Southern Tip of Florida

Scientists Record Hottest Seawater Ever Near Southern Tip of Florida

Scientists Record Hottest Seawater Ever Near Southern Tip of Florida

Scientists recorded the hottest seawater ever as sea surface temperatures hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit near the southern tip of Florida Monday. The temperature was recorded at the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, located off the coast of Key West.

The temperature was recorded by scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), who have been monitoring the area since the early 2000s. The temperature was the highest ever recorded in the area, surpassing the previous record of 99.5 degrees Fahrenheit set in 2017.

Impact of Rising Temperatures

The rising temperatures have had a significant impact on the local marine life, with many species struggling to survive in the warmer waters. The coral reefs in the area have been particularly affected, with some species of coral bleaching due to the rising temperatures.

The NOAA is continuing to monitor the area and is working to understand the long-term impacts of the rising temperatures on the local marine ecosystem.

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