Impacts of Increased Heat on Alaska’s Fish: Still more Questions but A Few Surprising Results
While Alaska’s summer fishing season reaches a fever pitch, a more literal warming of water temperatures is being studied by specialists in salmon metabolism, cod migration, and algae life cycles.
The focus of all this scientific study is Alaska’s northern and western territories and the full expanse of the Bering Sea.
In an Arctic Today story posted yesterday, author Yareth Rosen described what’s happening in the northern area of the Bering Sea around the Bering Strait as “mayhem has taken hold in the marine environment..."
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