This is an interesting project, citizen science:
A NEW citizen science project will be launched next month to help researchers assess how our marine ecosystems are changing in response to ocean warming.
The Ocean warming part needs a further look, it naturally warms, ah, and cools too. Globally, there has been change, both up and down. Bob Tisdale:
The weekly global Sea Surface Temperature anomalies are continuing to appear as though they may have peaked for the season—at least temporarily. They are at +0.188 deg C. Will rise again in response to that recent temporary warming signal from the equatorial Pacific?
(16) Weekly Global Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomalies
Indian Ocean anomalies next, for those citizen scientists. Starting to cool now after 14 years of no change. Back to 1988 levels …
(12) Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomalies
(60S to 30N, 20E to 120E)
Monthly Change = -0.036 deg C
Much colder in the Southern Ocean!
(14) Southern Ocean Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomalies
Monthly Change = -0.056 deg C