Thursday, 10 March 2016

Climate Change Likely a Culprit in the Deaths of Millions of Salmon in Chile.


A deadly algal bloom has killed nearly 23 million fish in Chile, the world’s second-largest exporter. Abnormally high ocean temperatures fueled by one of the strongest El NiƱos in recorded history has helped the algal bloom flourish off of the Chilean coast. More here.

1 comment:

John Fefchak said...

Deadly Algal Blooms…... Will Manitoba's Lake Winnipeg be next?
Then the Fishers, government and people will say, "What have we done ….Why has this happened?"
It happened because nobody paid attention to what was taking place and didn't take corrective action
to assist the lake when it needed help….The Lake was not polluting itself, it was a human undertaking.

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