Smith, M. Martin; Gow, Fiona
February 2008
High Country News;2/4/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p12
The article talks on global warming and its effect on the survival of Cassin's Auklet, a seabird that thrives in the North Pacific area including California. Russ Bradley, a research biologist and founder of the Point Reyes Bird Observatory (PRBO), states that most of the bird's chicks died due to starvation. Krill, an invertebrae that looks like a shrimp, is one of the food of the Cassins. The disappearance of krills in the shore due to increasing sea temperature which is one of the effects of global warming to natural resources.


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