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Marine species relocate toward the poles

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"Since pre-industrial times, the world's oceans have warmed by an average of one degree Celsius (1°C).

"Now researchers report in Current Biology on March 26th that those rising temperatures have led to widespread changes in the population sizes of marine species.

"The researchers found a general pattern of species having increasing numbers on their poleward sides and losses toward the equator.

""The main surprise is how pervasive the effects were," says senior author Martin Genner, an evolutionary ecologist at the University of Bristol.

""We found the same trend across all groups of marine life we looked at, from plankton to marine invertebrates, and from fish to seabirds.""

Full article at Science Daily: Link

Study at CELL: Link

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7 hours ago, tmcom said:

Breaking news, palm trees where found in Antarctica!

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-climate-palms/palms-grew-in-ice-free-arctic-50-million-years-ago-study-idUKTRE59O1NK20091025

Which contradicts computer modelling, BS is always at odd's with reality.

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What computer modelling?   And this isn't breaking news as it's been known for a long time.   

Of course, 50mya the world was much warmer than today.  Mainly due to ...... higher CO2 levels ;)  

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paleocene–Eocene_Thermal_Maximum

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