Indian Ocean Likely To See Near-Permanent Heatwave: Study

Sounding a massive warning bell, a study has revealed that the warming of the Indian Ocean is going to lead to the worsening of severe cyclones and heavy rainfall events and that the world’s third-largest water body is heading towards a near-permanent heatwave state.The study said that the Indian Ocean and its surrounding countries face the highest risk of natural hazards. This is particularly important because the ocean is bordered by 40 countries, which are home to a third of the global population, and climatic changes in the region have major societal and economic impacts. The effects are expected to be more severe in and around India as the rise in seawater temperatures has been highest in the Northwestern Indian Ocean, including the Arabian Sea.

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