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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2012 5:42 am 
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Pervasive jellyfish and increasingly acidic waters are two anticipated effects of climate change on the world’s oceans. Research published yesterday in Nature Climate Change unveiled yet another threat: waterborne bacteria that can cause serious stomach trouble.

A team of international experts found that manmade climate change is triggering temperature rises in the Baltic Sea, and consequently increasing the rates of Vibrio outbreaks in Northern Europe.

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A team of international experts found that manmade climate change is triggering temperature rises in the Baltic Sea, and consequently increasing the rates of Vibrio outbreaks in Northern Europe.


Mostly because more people are swimming in the warmer sea?

The Red sea is very warm, hot even. I didn't die when I swam in it.


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A team of international experts found that manmade climate change is triggering temperature rises in the Baltic Sea, and consequently increasing the rates of Vibrio outbreaks in Northern Europe.


Mostly because more people are swimming in the warmer sea?

The Red sea is very warm, hot even. I didn't die when I swam in it.



Well, who could argue with anecdotal evidence ..... :mrgreen:

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Well, who could argue with anecdotal evidence ..... :mrgreen:


Oh! Oh! I know I know! Pick me! :razz:

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