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Half the world's seabirds are in decline, says report - Nature - Environment - The Independent
And as populations are never static that probably means half the world's sea birds are in ascent.
Blog Post Dated: March 11, 2012 6:29 AM | Permalink
I was going to write "well spotted, another vacuous article", but then I saw this in the linked article: "Researchers say seabirds are an important indicator of the health of the oceans."
Thus, on this particular piece of evidence, accepted and championed by this particular set of eco-enthusiasts, health of the oceans is largely static: and this despite the growing anthropogenic footprint.
Isn't that good!
Nigel Sedgwick |
March 11, 2012 11:26 AM
That decline in seabirds wouldn't happen to coincide with the increase in offshore wind farms, would it?
Henry Crun |
March 12, 2012 12:43 PM
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