2011-06-27 07:02:42More Bad News re the Health of the World's Oceans -- Telegraph.UK
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Warming Oceans Cause Largest Movement of Marine Species in Two Million Years

Swarms of venomous jelly fish and poisonous algae are migrating into British waters due to changes in the ocean temperatures, a major new study has revealed.


by Sylvia Earle

2011-06-27 10:55:36Another article...
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Pacific plankton make unwanted arrival in Atlantic posted on Deutsche Welle on June 26.

When humans were figuring out fire 800,000 years ago, a microscopic algae vanished from the Atlantic Ocean. Now, thanks to climate change, it's back in the North Atlantic - and not everyone is happy to see it.

2011-06-27 10:59:40News Release = SkS cross-post?
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Public release date: 26-Jun-2011

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Prodigal plankton species makes first known migration from Pacific to Atlantic via Pole

Microscopic plant disappeared from North Atlantic 800,000 years ago; unwanted return 1 of several climate change symptoms already apparent throughout European oceans

2011-06-27 12:53:28Yet another article...
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"Jean-Luc Solandt: The oceans may have already passed breaking point", Independent, June 20, 2011

2011-06-28 03:15:31Another article...
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Global warming decreasing salt in sea ,  SciTech