277Arctic climate reports
- Nov 7, 2003--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Lance Olsen <lance@...>
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 09:53:19 -0700
Subject: [CCG] Arctic climate reports
Here are two from Tidepool's news service:
Signs of radical change in Arctic ecosystem
Shrubs are appearing where before there were none; gray whales are
venturing farther north; clams and their predators, diving sea ducks, are
less plentiful. The ice is melting. These disparate phenomena are signs
of a radical change in the Arctic ecosystem. Moreover, changes in the
Arctic mean changes everywhere else. That consensus is part of a broad
discussion among 400 Arctic scientists meeting in Seattle this week as
part of a new multimillion-dollar effort to study the far-reaching
changes occurring in the far north. (10/29/03) Seattle Times
Polar Winds Spinning Faster (10/29/03) Seattle P-I
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