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Dead zones, a ‘horseman’ of climate change, could suffocate crabs in the West, scientists say

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Though these climate events have strengthened since the turn of the millennium, their effects are often hard to pinpoint. “With other events, if you look outside your window, you can see a drought or a wildfire,” Chan said. “But the ocean, it’s really hard to know because it’s changing. That’s why it’s important to have more eyes on the ocean, and it takes not only scientists but our fishermen, too.”

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