Bracing for a sea change

thegust.jpgI was kindly invited by Ava at the Reef Tank blog to contribute a post to a series they are featuring on climate change and its particular connections to marine ecosystems.

I took the opportunity to organize some of my thoughts from various presentations I’d done recently on climate change in the mid-Atlantic coastal zone of North America.  The result has now been posted: “Bracing for a Sea Change“.

The Reef Tank blog also features lots of other interesting material, including several posts from my colleague and friend John Bruno on coral reefs (see one example here).

Check it out!

About Emmett Duffy

I am a Natural Patriot and an ecologist with expertise in biodiversity and its importance to human society. My day job is Professor of Marine Science at the College of William and Mary in Virginia.
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2 Responses to Bracing for a sea change

  1. Sir Hideous says:

    Good article. Sorry to point a typo, first sentence in the conclusion; should read ‘for’ instead of ‘rfo’. Clean up your act mister!

  2. Emmett Duffy says:

    Doh! Glad to see that someone is awake out there. Thanks Sir H, though, alas, my child is now beyond my reach.