Divers and fishers help chart warmer ...

Divers and fishers help chart warmer Tasmanian waters

There are 3 comments on the www.abc.net.au story from Oct 12, 2010, titled Divers and fishers help chart warmer Tasmanian waters. In it, www.abc.net.au reports that:

A Tasmanian online research project is using recreational fishers and divers to help chart the effects of global warming on marine species.

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Since: Aug 09

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#1 Oct 12, 2010
Another verified sign of climate change and warming which can't be denied, unless you're a real nutter.

Since: Sep 09

Armidale, Australia

#2 Oct 12, 2010
Palawa wrote:
Another verified sign of climate change and warming which can't be denied, unless you're a real nutter.
We've already seen fish species swim south.

Makes me wonder if Coral will start growing further south, if it already hasn't.

Since: Aug 09

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#3 Oct 13, 2010
It would be good if coral grew here, but all that's happened is our local species have disappeared and only pests have replaced them.

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