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Climate crisis changes plankton populations
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s***@gmail.com
2019-05-24 19:28:19 UTC
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Climate crisis changes plankton populations
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01653-1

Researchers looked at marine plankton populations since the pre-industrial age to reveal that global heating is changing which species live where. “It worries me that we are changing not only the physical state of the ocean, but the biological state of the ocean,” palaeontological oceanographer Lukas Jonkers tells the Nature Podcast. “This puts all the studies that have a shorter timespan into a longer term perspective.”

Note the correct phrase is now: "Climate Crisis".
j***@specsol.spam.sux.com
2019-05-24 19:40:55 UTC
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Climate crisis changes plankton populations
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01653-1
Researchers looked at marine plankton populations since the pre-industrial age to reveal that global heating is changing which species live where. “It worries me that we are changing not only the physical state of the ocean, but the biological state of the ocean,” palaeontological oceanographer Lukas Jonkers tells the Nature Podcast. “This puts all the studies that have a shorter timespan into a longer term perspective.”
Note the correct phrase is now: "Climate Crisis".
Sure it is, ass hat.
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Sergeio
2019-05-24 20:42:42 UTC
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Climate crisis changes plankton populations
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01653-1
Researchers looked at marine plankton populations since the pre-industrial age to reveal that global heating is changing which species live where. “It worries me that we are changing not only the physical state of the ocean, but the biological state of the ocean,” palaeontological oceanographer Lukas Jonkers tells the Nature Podcast. “This puts all the studies that have a shorter timespan into a longer term perspective.”
Note the correct phrase is now: "Climate Crisis".
easy test is to set up large tanks w seawater, and grow the little
critters at different temperatures, and measure a sensitivity to temp.

so far there is none, that I know of.

just general articles that imply a sensitivity to temp, using the whole
ocean, and a few measurements, and to me that is fraud.
benj
2019-05-24 22:00:53 UTC
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Climate crisis changes plankton populations
https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-01653-1
Researchers looked at marine plankton populations since the pre-industrial age to reveal that global heating is changing which species live where. “It worries me that we are changing not only the physical state of the ocean, but the biological state of the ocean,” palaeontological oceanographer Lukas Jonkers tells the Nature Podcast. “This puts all the studies that have a shorter timespan into a longer term perspective.”
Note the correct phrase is now: "Climate Crisis".
easy test is to set up large tanks w seawater, and grow the little
critters at different temperatures, and measure a sensitivity to temp.
so far there is none, that I know of.
just general articles that imply a sensitivity to temp, using the whole
ocean, and a few measurements, and to me that is fraud.
The asshat is into fraud. He's trying to create a collectivist world
based upon a huge energy tax on civilization which he is trying to sell
with his "climate change" warming lies.

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