The sun’s rays only heat the top layer of water, only a few meters thick. How does heat get into the lower layers

The sun’s rays only heat the top layer of water, only a few meters thick. How does heat get into the lower layers, for example, to a depth of 100 m?

As a result of water mixing by waves, currents.

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