well 50 marine species have been decimated by the overheating of the water of Mediterranean. Biodiversity is threatened by high temperatures. The thermometer off the Italian coast reports five degrees higher than in 2021. The summer of 2022 is a record summer in all respects. This impact has a negative effect on people and ecosystems, but also on the biodiversity of marine species.
because of therising temperatures in the Mediterranean, at least 50 marine species have been drastically reduced. This can happen again and worse. July registered much higher temperatures than 2021. In Spain, in Cabo del Gata, it was almost 28 degrees. In the area of Nice, the water has even reached 29.2 degrees.
This is the absolute record since at least 1994 and most likely even before that. The ocean and the sea are like sponges for warmth.
Jean-Pierre Gattuso, oceanographer
The intense heat waves surpassed those of the 2015-2019 period. Numerous marine species, such as the aquatic plant, have disappeared Posidonia oceanica. This could happen again and in a more serious way.
the sudden climate changes they have devastating effects on the earth, as well as on marine species. To global warming must also be added fishing andplastic pollution. When devising solutions for climate change, damage to the oceans must therefore also be taken into account.
Source: Lega Nerd
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