Climate Disaster Looks Like Thousands of Boiled-Alive Mussels on a Beach in Vancouver

More than a billion marine animals died in the heatwave that swept across the Western U.S. and Canada last month

7/21/2021 10:57:00 PM

More than a billion marine animals died in the heatwave that swept across the Western U.S. and Canada last month

More than a billion marine animals died in the heatwave that swept across the Western U.S. and Canada last month. The climate crisis doesn’t exist in some hypothetical future — it’s already here.

Vibriois naturally occurring in salt water environs, but it thrives at warm temperatures, and the low tides, combined with scorching hot days, created the perfect conditions for the bacteria to grow.If you want to see what climate disaster looks like in real time — the fires, the mass die-offs, the pathogens, the effect on our food system (

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) and your plate — you don’t have to look any further than the Western U.S. and Canada.In California, the record high temperaturescould result in the death of all juvenile Chinook salmon in the Sacramento River, nudging the endangered fish to the brink of extinction. Chinook salmon are not able to survive in water temperatures above 56 degrees Fahrenheit. In a normal year, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation would release water from Shasta Lake in order to keep the waters of the Sacramento cool enough for the young fish, but historic droughts in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta have necessitated that large amounts of water be released to farmers instead. This year, there’s just not enough water left to keep the salmon cool, and instead they might all die.

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