Record Water Temps in La Jolla

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  1. geofish

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    FYI

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    Kody on the Dolphin said he saw the temp flicker to 80 for a second today. It’s pretty weird since I was out with them yesterday and it was super windy and the water was 68-72.
     
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    The high water temperature if lasting, could have an effect on the eco systems that needs cooler temperatures to survive. It's been reported.
     
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    In 5 years Catalina might be like cedros :emoji_fingers_crossed:
     
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    The kelp has been pretty healthy this year but that warm water certainly isn’t good for it. Good thing it grows so fast.
     
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    Climate Change!
     
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    Yeah, I need to agree with this. There was nothing political about the topic at all. Purely science and environment.
    Speaking of environment - last time in LJ (this past Saturday) I noticed the kelp was not as abundant as the previous time out - 6 weeks ago? The FF was measuring 75-76F for the water temp.
     
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    Yep. You guys are right. Should have put that somewhere else. Will do my best to step away from the Trump stuff.
     
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    Would be interesting if some of the Mexican species moved up here. Also would be interesting if some species from the Gulf of Mexico made it here. Imagine catching Jack Crevelle off of Mission Beach..
     
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    Something tells me we aren’t going to see albies any time soon.
     
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    :emoji_thinking:I don't think this is true. Ever heard of the Paris Climate Agreement?
     
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    So record water temps does not go directly to a discussion of "climate change"?
     
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    If the water stays this hot any of you guys think there could be a negative impact in the long run?

    I’m curious how clams and mussels would react or even plantlife
     
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    Not interested! Just sayin' that the transition is not a forced one. Look at comment #23. Where is that headed?
     
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    fisheromen you're correct sir. It is not a forced one.

    The fact that creek mentioned Robbie directly is what sparked the ensuing comments not politics.

    By the way the US doesn't believe in climate change just ask the Paris Climate Agreement; which we are no longer part of.
     
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    Gettin' harder and harder to abide this forum...

    Just sayin'
     
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    Getting back on topic, even though I was mentioned in part of it, the side bar.
    The warmer water could destroy the kelp beds and then everything that it supports. If the water temperature should stay this warm the whole eco system could change. I've been watching the news and this had happened in the 30's. The warm water part, not destroying part.
    News said with this high pressure surrounding us and the hot temperatures is part of what's warming up the ocean temperature.
    Maybe some exotic fish will show up temporarily then things will return to normal. If it stays around long enough to cause permanent damage and the ocean temperature returns to normal just think how long it will take for the fisheries to return to normal.
    If it stays warm permanently then evolution will take over.
    Just my thoughts.
     
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    The warm water will not bode well for the kelp
     
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