Quarterly changes were:
0-700 m: -0.06 W/m2
0-2000 m: -0.16 W/m2
both less than 10% of last quarter's changes. Year-over-year changes are
0-700 m: -0.92 W/m2
0-2000 m: -1.10 W/m2
May be why lower tropospheric temperatures are still (UAH) at record highs.
N.b. Since 1955, the 0-700 m region of the ocean has absorbed 11.0 W/m2 of heat. That's like a permanent 100 Watt light bulb distributed over an area only 10 ft x 10 ft.