Record-Setting Ocean Warmth Continued in 2019

@article{Cheng2020RecordSettingOW,
  title={Record-Setting Ocean Warmth Continued in 2019},
  author={Lijing Cheng and John P. Abraham and Jiang Zhu and Kevin E. Trenberth and John T. Fasullo and T. P. Boyer and R. A. Locarnini and Bin Zhang and Fujiang Yu and Liying Wan and Xingrong Chen and Xiangzhou Song and Yulong Liu and Michael Everett Mann},
  journal={Advances in Atmospheric Sciences},
  year={2020},
  volume={37},
  pages={137-142}
}
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