A word from the arctic as we view Penguins, teaming with joy!…
”Warmer water in the centuries to come!" they shout... And, with pride in their accomplishment, they chant, "Yay! Bigger, and slower fish!"
One remarked, “We’re getting tired of carrying that egg at the bottom of our feet in a blizzard,” as other groups shout, “What a hoot! Tropics in the north!”…And, an overwhelmingly 'enthusiastic majority' admit…
A few quick and positive articles of interest:
Climate Change may be beneficial to some fishermen...
Results are significant because coastal upwelling zones, where nutrient-rich waters rise to the ocean’s surface, yield roughly 20 percent of the world’s fish harvest but represent less than one percent of the world ocean surface area.#
Ice has grown by 8% in the Southern Ocean
The early arrival of migrant birds in spring provides colorful evidence for a recent warming of the northern lands. But did anyone tell you that in east Antarctica the Adélie penguins and Cape petrels are turning up at their spring nesting sites around nine days later than they did 50 years ago? While sea-ice has diminished in the Arctic since 1978, it has grown by 8% in the Southern Ocean." read moreWe can create safer new junk! ;)
A species not affected by Climate Change?
Some Basics of Marine Climatology