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Climate Change Craziness of the Week: a fish story from llama land

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April 13, 2011

This is just….just…ah heck I can’t even begin to describe it. The stupid, it burns.

Climate Change Craziness of the Week: a fish story from llama land

Here’s the odiferous essence of this publicity stunt story:

“In addition to the anticipated warming of lakes and rivers, we may also see an increase in the occurrence of extreme weather events such as floods, droughts and heatwaves.

“All of these could have an impact on much of the native wildlife in England, especially aquatic species such as the rare and specialised vendace, so we are taking action now to conserve the existing populations.”

So let’s move the animals into the ClimateArk for the “anticipated warming of lakes and rivers”. Eeegads, let’s not wait for the actual data to see if there’s a real temperature problem or not, act now!

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The commenters on her blog are having none of it, for example:

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ravenscar
Today 09:17 AM
“The endangered vendace, that has been in Britain since the Ice Age, is in danger of dying out as lakes and rivers warm up because of man made global warming.”
Are we to infer man has been warming up the planet since the last ice age?
How powerful must they have been, our ancestors.
This plucky little fish survived the Roman Warming, the MWP, which were warmer – so now, when it is cooler but the fault lies with Mankind? Thus, Global warming is the culprit.
That’s pretty poor logic even from you Ms. Gray.
I think the solution if you’ll excuse the pun can be found in the [lack of] water quality.

And this one….

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bassetedge
Today 08:38 AM
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I’ve understood that the threat to the vendace and other white fish wasn’t so much that the lakes are getting warmer as from eutrophication caused by run-off from fields and the sewage output of towns like Keswick.
They were saying this in the 1980s. Obviously the fertilisation problem must have been solved just in time for global warming. (Or maybe not).
This was the story the Telegraph was running about its demise in 2008;
“No trace of the vendace, a small herring-like fish, has been found at Bassenthwaite in the Lake District despite an intensive search.
The disappearance leaves Derwent Water as the last surviving habitat of the vendace in the England.
Competition from invasive fish species and poor water quality are being blamed for the demise of the rare freshwater fish.”
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/ear…
It’s notable that they were still in Derwentwater at the time (largely upstream of Keswick), but had gone extinct in Bassenthwaite Lake ( immediately downstream of Keswick).
Not a mention of any of this in Louise’s cut and paste.

Ms. Gray has been pwned by the purveyors of this story. Read it and weep here.

Here’s the “experts” documenting it all on video:

So here’s the question. After introducing these fish into a new lake, what if they don’t survive? Blame global warming?

This article was posted: Wednesday, April 13, 2011 at 5:39 am





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