it’s not all bad news

Research has shown that many squid, octopuses and other sucker-bearing members of the cephalopod family don’t appear to be too troubled by a minor increase in ocean temperature. In fact, when it’s a little warmer, some thrive. Plus, as the fishing industry captures more and more of the animals’ predators, such as tuna, cephalopods may see their niche expand.
abcnews, 15/11/04

invasion – The Humboldt squid

The Humboldt squid, which can grow up to 7 feet long, has moved up the California coast as ocean waters warmed. “It’s the latest in a long series of bad news for fishermen,” said a Stanford University researcher, adding that squid have been found as far north as Alaska in the past five years., 5 Dec 2007