Discussion in 'The Octopus' Den' started by sorseress, Apr 4, 2006.
So much info....and yet still no one listens....
Nothing new, it's just interesting who it's coming from......
Sigh...another grim report...
“Sharks and rays are particularly vulnerable because they grow slowly and are slow to mature,” says Sarah Valenti of the IUCN’s shark specialist group. Female gulper sharks (Centrophorus granulosus), for example, can take 16 years to reach maturity, and as a result of overfishing their numbers have dropped by 95% in some areas.
In some MANAGED fisheries in New Zealand target species have been driven to 3% their original levels! Bit of a joke really, isn't it!
It hurts too much to laugh.
Some new links:
And as usual. I bring gllom and doom.....more links.
And then there's the good news. Trust those innovative Dutch!
I realize some of this is old news, but I hadn't seen it posted here before.
New results from ice core sampling in.
Here's more on ocean acidification.
Recent report on warming oceans...and hurricanes.
A few new articles on climate change.
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