Your Fault: ‘Climate Change’ Could Possibly Maybe We Feel Reduce Scallop Production

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New Study Shows Climate Change Could Reduce Scallop Population

Researchers in Massachusetts say under the worst case scenario, climate change could reduce the scallop population by more than 50 percent in just a few decades, which could be bad news for New Bedford’s lucrative fishing port.

In 2016, commercial fishermen landed more than $300 million worth of fish at the Port of New Bedford, and 85 percent of that value came from scallops.

A new study from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution shows as carbon emissions in the atmosphere increase, so does the acidity in the ocean.

Jennie Rheuban, lead author of the report, said that could affect how well scallops can grow.

“Adults may actually be growing slower and calcifying less quickly under these acidified conditions because it’s more difficult for them to lay down calcium carbonate as a shell,” Rheuban said.

May, could, super scientific words, all based on attempting to scare people. One has to wonder how scallops developed in the first place when the oceans were warmer and higher? These people are shameless.

“They aren’t able to swim quite as well when they’re experiencing acidified conditions, and so we hypothesize that under acidification, scallops may be more susceptible to predation,” she said.

So, they don’t actually know? Huh.

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One Response to “Your Fault: ‘Climate Change’ Could Possibly Maybe We Feel Reduce Scallop Production”

  1. captainfish says:

    Woods Hole used to do actual scientific research. Now, guess they’re lost to the SJW winds too.

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