Over the past 20 years, the colour of oceans around the world has been changing, causing warmer areas to automatically turn green.
Researchers say that this change in the oceans around the world is due to climate change.
According to the French news agency AFP, according to a newly published research, the water colours of more than half of the world’s oceans have changed.
The authors of the journal Nature say that these are changes within the ecosystem, and these changes are visible through the microscope to the ‘tiny plankton’, which are essential for food for underwater organisms and for keeping our environment temperate. They play an important role.
Bibi Kyle, author of the British National Oceanography, told AFP: “We think the colour change is important because the colours tell us the conditions of the environment. If the colours change, it means the ecosystem is changing.
When the water of the oceans is seen from space, it can be seen from there what the conditions are on the surface of the waters.
If the colour of the water is dark blue, it means that there is not much life in it, and if the colour of the water is slightly green, then there is life in it.
In particular, it contains photosynthesizing phytoplankton. It is the same substance as chlorophyll that gives plants their green colour.
It produces much of the oxygen we breathe and is an important part of the global carbon cycle and the foundation of the marine food web.