tee_oh_en_eye8 karma2014-02-24 19:38:57 UTC
Ha, at first I took is as obnoxious, but then I thought, could be a good question. Why should we care, i.e., what's the significance of this event? What could it be saying about ocean health? What other concerns does it bring up?
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tee_oh_en_eye7 karma2014-02-24 18:46:39 UTC
How is a die-off 'event' defined exactly?
tee_oh_en_eye6 karma2014-02-24 19:02:32 UTC
Wow that's looks very ... academic! One question: the description in the above video notes "extremely overpopulated sunflower sea star populations" -- could this die-off be a good thing?
tee_oh_en_eye5 karma2014-02-24 18:55:35 UTC
That's an interesting point. A lot of people have have been asking about Fukushima-related radiation, but not invasive species from tsunami debris.
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