What Causes Hot Pockets In The Sea?

13 September 2016, 15:55

Sunshine Over Sea

Mystery Hour Question

What causes hot pockets in the sea?

Dez, Colindale

Answer

**Definitive**

Name: Alan, Ashford

Qualification: Deep Sea Diver

Answer: This is due to thermoclines. It’s the same sort of things that warm pockets of air. It’s down to the sun and the movement and thickness of water just heats up the water. All water has slightly different characteristics, so the water can’t all mix straight away.

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