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Virginia's aquatic life faces changes due to warming waters

Virginia's aquatic life faces changes due to warming waters

Rising water temperatures across Virginia are altering the aquatic ecosystem, impacting species from the Chesapeake Bay to inland rivers.

Evan Visconti reports for the Virginia Mercury.

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Great white shark encounters are increasing due to climate change

The odds of a great white shark encounter are increasing. Scientists say that rising water temperatures due to climate change are allowing juvenile sharks to expand their territory.

London’s River Thames, now home to sharks, seals and seahorses, is no longer ‘biologically dead’

London’s River Thames, now home to sharks, seals and seahorses, is no longer ‘biologically dead’

The British capital's Zoological Society said cleanup efforts have brought down levels of chemicals like phosphorus, making the river “home to myriad wildlife as diverse as London itself.”
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Fishery closures and the ghosts of past mistakes

Canada is closing fisheries and buying back licenses. Will this latest scheme save salmon or sink fishers?
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Dead fish could signal problems for NJ waterways

While not a rare occurrence, the presence of these lifeless menhaden here and at other locations throughout the Two River area, is a cause for concern for a number of reasons.

The future of Lake Superior with climate disruption
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The future of Lake Superior with climate disruption

With warming temperatures, fluctuating water levels and a series of extreme storms, Lake Superior is undergoing dramatic alterations amid climate change.
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More problems are reported as the Gulf of St. Lawrence continues to warm

People who live on her banks and fishers who ply their trades in her waters are are facing more problems an environmental scientists try to come up with solutions to combat the ill-effects of warming waters in the already-troubled Gulf of St. Lawrence.

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