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Blob is gone, but not forgotten for scientists studying decline in B.C. fish stocks

The “blob” is gone, but it’s left a troubling legacy on B.C.’s Pacific coast. The blob is the popular name for a huge patch of warm water that featured record temperatures — in some cases, three to four degrees Celsius above normal — in the Northeast Pacific starting in 2013 and running through late 2015 and early 2016. Source: Vancouver Sun | November 13, 2017

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