posted by SDog on .
If water temperature changes in favor of greater oxygen levels how do the population of the fish and wading bird population change in response to the new oxygen over time?
I would think the fish population would increase and so would the birds (because the fish increase) but I'm not sure I understand why.
greater O2, more fish, more fish thence more birds to eat them.
why does the more oxygen mean more fish? And just because there is more fish, why does that mean there will be MORE birds? I get that the fish eat the birds, but how's that make more birds?
Fish don't eat birds the birds eat the fish...
So more birds cause there not dying from poor air quality..
And the fish are no longer dying from acid rain in there water.