I am pleased to announce that, "Pushing Rocks,"a place to think about the impact of climate change and other anthropocene effects on fish, has just reached 1250 hits since we launched the blog. I have temporarily changed the settings, in celebration, so that friends of Fish Story can post more of their own stories.
Fish Story, is part of the "Gulf to Gulf" project of webcasts about the impact of global warming on gulf regions internationally. It was formally launched October 19, 2012 and Hurricane Sandy hit New York City, October 30. It was a pre-Halloween witch and an October surprise for the presidential election.
Since then, I've been trying to write about the relationships I see between fish, global warming and the kinds of attitudinal and policy changes we may need to make now to avert future disasters ... and to seeing many fewer fish.
Sandy, btw, now has her own wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hurricane_Sandy.
I invite you, my dear readers to add your thoughts to this mix.
Note: we had some tech troubles today, so if you tried but still couldn't post today, please don't give up. Try again tomorrow.