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scott4402 May 25, 2013 06:37 PM
Why has the scientific community ignored aquatic warming, as a potential factor linked to climate change, when evidence clearly shows a substancial conncetion. Might it simply be a lack of knowledge surrounding the thermal dymanics of the aquatic environment as compared to water itself?