State of the Salish Sea, Salish Sea, ecosystem, climate change, cumulative effects, seascape, Puget Sound, Strait of Georgia, urbanization, ecosystem
Section 4 shifts from the local impacts of urbanization to the locally realized impacts of global climate change, including ocean acidification and sea level rise, followed by evidence of climate change in the ecosystem, ranging from phytoplankton and kelp, to wetlands, salmon, and marine birds.
State of the Salish Sea
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Sobocinski, K.L. (2021). Section 4: Climate Change: A Global Problem With Local Impacts. In K.L. Sobocinski, State of the Salish Sea. Salish Sea Institute, Western Washington University. http://doi.org/10.25710/vfhb-3a69
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