Compared to 12 months earlier, the 0-700 meter region of the ocean has gained 0.94 W/m2, and the 0-2000 meter region 0.71 W/m2.
Usually the larger region (0-2000 m) gains more heat than the smaller region (0-7000 m), but not this time. Perhaps that's due to El Nino -- the same happened in the latter part of 2010, which was also an El Nino year.
The (tenuous) acceleration of heating drops a hair: +1.5 ZJ/yr2, or +48 TW/yr2, or +0.09 W/m2/yr (for the top 2,000 meters). (ZJ = zettajoules = 1021 J; TW = terrawatts = 1012 W.) I'm trying to understand how to include autocorrelation for a polynomial fit, and will post that if I do.