Return of warm water blob in the Pacific threatens abandoned gold mines in alaska

The reappearance of a vast ‘blob’ of abnormally warm water in the Pacific, around seven times the size of Alaska, has abandoned gold mines in alaskats on marine ecosystems and weather systems

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