Warming oceans are 'sick,' global scientists warn
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Global warming is making the oceans sicker than ever before, spreading disease among animals and humans and threatening food security across the planet, a major scientific report said on Monday. The study included every major marine ecosystem, containing everything from microbes to whales, including the deep ocean. It documents evidence of jellyfish, seabirds, and plankton shifting toward the cooler poles by up to 10 degrees latitude.
Warming oceans are 'sick,' global scientists warn. (2016, September 15). Manila Bulletin, p. B-8.
Global warming; Food security; Conferences; Marine ecology; Marine environment; Climatic changes; Pathogens; Algal blooms; Ciguatera; Public health; Marine fisheries; Fishery economics; Greenhouse effect; International Union for Conservation of Nature ( IUCN); Andersen, Inger; Laffoley, Dan; Lundin, Carl Gustaf
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