"What the plebs don't know won't hurt
The peckerhead who currently rules Canada in the guise of a prime minister must be thanking his lucky stars that he doesn't have to worry about nuisance reports from federal government scientists about the massive algae bloom along the Pacific coast of North America from California to Alaska.
Sideshow Steve Harper, as part of his scheme to work over British Columbia in preparation for bitumen supertanker traffic, gutted fishery and navigation regulations and shut down entire sections of the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, the folks who might tell tales out of school.
By happy Harper coincidence there's no one around to discuss "the Blob" or its ramifications and its connection to climate change. The name refers to huge tract of ocean in the northeast Pacific that's about 3 degrees Celsius warmer than normal. It's widely believed that the Blob is linked to climate change and is responsible for this monster algae bloom that girdles the coast and is up to 64 km. wide and, in some places, almost 200-metres deep.
CBC News has an interesting report on the algae bloom and what's being done to investigate it. The report is full of quotes from scientists from the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency (NOAA), state officials from Washington and Oregon, and a number of research scientists. What's conspicuously missing is any information from Canadian sources, presumably because Harper has seen to it that they're an endangered species.