A Different Kind of Global Warming Threat for Marine Life

Written by on October 1, 2009 in Marine Life
Damselfish in coral scene - NOAA's Coral Kingdom Collection, Photographer: David Burdick

Damselfish in coral scene - NOAA's Coral Kingdom Collection, Photographer: David Burdick

Marine life is suffering the consequences of global warming in many different ways.  Not only is it threatened by the changing environment, loss of habitat, species migration as a response to the changing habitat, but it seems warmer waters also changes some fishes behavior, making them easy prey.

Read today’s Australian ABC News post “Warming water makes fish cranky.”

Copyright ©  2009 by Marine Science Today, a publication of OceanLines LLC

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About the Author: Celia is Director of Business Operations for OceanLines LLC and is a frequent contributor to both OceanLines and Marine Science Today. She is a certified diver and her favorite topic is marine biology, especially stories about whales. .

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  1. Bodydetoxguy says:

    the effect of Global Warming these days is even worst. i think every government should pass stricter laws on Carbon Emissions. we should also concentrate more on renewable energy sources and avoid fossil fuels.

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