In all parts of the ocean there is a top layer (called the surface layer) that is warmed by the sun and is much warmer than the deeper waters. The point where water quickly turns cooler is called the thermocline layer. The temperature of water near the surface where people swim is dependent on factors including currents, upwelling, and geographical location. The Indian Ocean is the warmest ocean in the world because it is mostly located near the equator, receiving maximum sun.
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