A big blob of warmer Northeast Pacific waters is dissipating, according to meteorologists and oceanographers. But they’re not sure to what stage nor of it’s ability to return to wreak havoc with some segments of the marine food chain. It’s caused a drop in food for sea lions and other mammals which can also cause problems for fish populations.
For more on the “theory” of what scientists think is happening, here’s the story in The Oregonian. Click here.