Ocean temperature is a combination of depth, salinity and exposure to sunlight. As you go deeper in to the ocean, the temperature decreases at a relatively constant rate. The salt content also is a factor- the high the salinity of the ocean, the slower it takes to freeze. And of course, the closer the ocean is to the equator, it is exposed to more light and warmth.
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