Huge Puffin Die-Off May Be Linked to Hotter Seas? Hundreds of birds are washing up dead in the Bering Sea, causing alarm among scientists. It may be linked to climate change. More than likely Fukushima. A stretch of water that provides more seafood than any other in North America saw such record-warm temperatures earlier this year that scientists suspect the ocean food web there has shifted. That could spell big downturns for marine life, from seabirds and fur seals to salmon, crab and the $1 billion-a-year pollock fishing industry that provides flaky white filets for everything from McDonald's fish sandwiches to frozen fish sticks.
"The Bering Sea has been off-the-charts warm," said Nate Mantua, an ecologist at NOAA’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center in Santa Cruz, California. "We've never seen anything like this. We're in uncharted territory. We're in the midst of an extraordinary time."
In the last few years another patch of unusually warm water that settled into the Gulf of Alaska and merged with warm waters in southern California completely transformed the coastal ocean. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/11/tufted-puffins-die-off-bering-sea-alaska-starvation-warm-water-climate-change/
It is Sardelas 2,500 species of birds, covering an area of two kilometers from the beach of South Nigue publishes the average SoyTemuco.
However, Mayor Guillermo Martinez said that this is not a new phenomenon as in other opportunities have been other varazones of birds such as penguins. "In this case what is observed is that they are birds of the species sardelas, which in other opportunities have also been stranded," he said.
After samples were taken and were analyzed by experts, Sernapesca ordered his transfer to the municipal landfill. In order to avoid a source of contamination in the population and natural environment, a gang of municipal officials remove dead birds and buried. http://www.eldinamo.cl/ambiente/2016/10/27/aves-muertas-rio-tolten-la-araucania/
Fishermen and residents of the San Jose Cove in Chiclayo found a large number of dead fish on the beach. Lorna, mackerel, pompano, cachemas and other stranded fish were found.
The fishermen showed their concern and do not know the causes of the death of the fish that remained along a kilometer of the cove San Jose. They fear pollution in the cove.
The fishermen indicated that they will await the pronouncement of the Institute of the Sea of Peru (IMARPE) and that studies will be carried out to determine the causes of fish death.
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