Jumping sea snails

Graham | 09/01/2014 | COMMENTS:No Comments »

I ask.  Who pays for research into this stuff.  Note when predicting AGW events nowadays the caveats could, would, suggest and may are always used.

Are research grants available to any thing that has AGW in it ?

 

THE effects of climate change could hinder sea snails’ extraordinary ability to leap away from predators on one foot, Queensland researchers have found.

Study co-author Professor Goran Nilsson, from the University of Oslo, says results of the study suggest carbon dioxide emissions directly alter the behaviour of many marine animals, including seafood.

My emphasis.

Article here.

Category: AGW

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