Australia’s plankton moving south due to climate change


Australia’s plankton population, a vital key in the human food chain, has moved 300 kilometres south in 30 years: CSIRO Plankton Report 2015.

Plankton produces about half the oxygen humans breathe.  And determines numbers of fish, marine mammals and turtles in a region.  Scientists attribute the move of plankton to climate change.

ABC: CSIRO: 15 Dec 2015

Key Words: Climate Change, risks
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