Seas getting too warm for morwong

July 2011
Geographical (Geographical Magazine Ltd.);Jul2011, Vol. 83 Issue 7, p12
The article reports that a team of Australian scientists from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation has found evidence that rising temperatures in the Tasman Sea is negatively impacting the banded morwong species.


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