Impacts of climate variability and future climate change on harmful algal blooms and human health

@article{Moore2008ImpactsOC,
  title={Impacts of climate variability and future climate change on harmful algal blooms and human health},
  author={Stephanie K. Moore and Vera L. Trainer and Nathan J. Mantua and Micaela S Parker and Edward A. Laws and Lorraine C. Backer and Lora Elderkin Fleming},
  journal={Environmental Health},
  year={2008},
  volume={7},
  pages={S4 - S4}
}
Anthropogenically-derived increases in atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations have been implicated in recent climate change, and are projected to substantially impact the climate on a global scale in the future. For marine and freshwater systems, increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases are expected to increase surface temperatures, lower pH, and cause changes to vertical mixing, upwelling, precipitation, and evaporation patterns. The potential consequences of these changes for harmful… CONTINUE READING

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