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July 13, 2008
Friday Squid Blogging: Rising Squid Populations off the Coast of Rhode Island
It's due to rising sea temperatures.
Posted on July 13, 2008 at 7:21 AM
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As someone who grew on Narragansett bay, this was happening long before global warming was a threat. Thermal pollution from the Brayton Point power plant has been killing off winter flounder for well over 30 years. To blame everything on global warming will let the real problem go unresolved.
Two related stories from the other side of the Atlantic, from where I have just returned from a fascinating week walking along the beaches in the Hebrides...
(1) Basking shark boom makes waves around Hebrides http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/latestnews/...
s (Our ferry passed a couple of dozen of these huge sharks - once rare and now a common sight - on the voyage from Oban to Barra...)
(2) Seabird failure continues for another year http://www.rspb.org.uk/news/details.asp?...
("The declines are primarily being driven by changes in the availability of the fish that these birds depend upon...These changes are almost certainly being driven by changes in the sea environment that we still know little about...")
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