What happens to marine wildlife during hurricanes?

Posted In Coastal Care Junior, Inform
Sep
23


Photograph: © SAF — Coastal Care

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Hurricanes are incredibly powerful storms that wreak havoc on marine and coastal ecosystems as they work their way from deeper water toward land. The force of the storm churns up water, mixing warmer water at the surface with cooler water from farther down the water column. In all this churning, what happens to the wildlife living in the storm-tossed waters?

Read Full Article, MNN (09-08-2017)

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