First of all, the world’s different oceans are all in different climates. Climates are functions of both precipitation and temperature, which have effects on weather fronts. So there are no specific ocean climates despite the fact that all the oceans have the same relative average temperatures (39 degrees F).
Now lakes, if they are located in the same climate as a nearby ocean, and if they have the same temperature as the ocean, can have similar properties.
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