CCS Scientists Contribute To Study On Global Warming’s Long Term Impact On Marine Populations

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A recent study coauthored by scientists associated with the Center for Coastal Studies theorized that current global warming trends may have long lasting implications for the earth’s oceans and the animals living in it, such as baleen whales.

Periode2-feb-2022 → 7-feb-2022

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  • TitelCCS Scientists Contribute To Study On Global Warming’s Long Term Impact On Marine Populations
    Mate van erkenningInternational
    Media naam/outletCapeCod.com NewsCenter
    MediatypeWeb
    Land/RegioUnited States
    Release datum07/02/2022
    BeschrijvingA recent study coauthored by scientists associated with the Center for Coastal Studies theorized that current global warming trends may have long lasting implications for the earth’s oceans and the animals living in it, such as baleen whales.
    Producent / auteurMatthew Tomlinson
    URLhttps://www.capecod.com/newscenter/ccs-scientists-contribute-to-study-on-global-warmings-long-term-impact-on-marine-populations/
    PersonenPer Palsboll, Martine Bérubé, Andrea Cabrera Arreola
  • TitelCurrent global warming may affect the Earth’s oceans for many millennia to come
    Mate van erkenningNational
    Media naam/outletUG News
    MediatypeWeb
    Land/RegioNetherlands
    Release datum02/02/2022
    BeschrijvingA group of marine scientists from around the world, led by Per Palsbøll of the University of Groningen, looked to the past in order to understand how the long-term impacts from today’s global warming might impact baleen whale populations. Perhaps the most worrisome observation in the study was that “it suggests that the large-scale oceanic changes set in motion by global warming persisted for many thousands of years after temperatures stabilized. It is a warning from the past as to what the current global warming may already have started".
    Producent / auteurUG press release
    URLhttps://www.rug.nl/research/gelifes/_news/2022/20220204-global-warrming
    PersonenPer Palsboll, Martine Bérubé, Andrea Cabrera Arreola, Xenia Moreira Lopes, Tom Oosting