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Fish responding to climate change

May 8th, 2012 by Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership

The Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership (MCCIP) launched its latest Report Card at the World Fisheries Congress in Edinburgh. It focuses on how climate change is affecting the fish and shellfish we find in our seas, providing both opportunities and threats, and what the social and economic consequences could be. Key findings in the 2012 […]

Impact of ocean acidification on global fisheries

February 19th, 2012 by The University of British Columbia

Adding ocean acidification and deoxygenation into the mix of climate change predictions may turn “winner” regions of fisheries and biodiversity into “losers,” according to research produced by the University of British Columbia scientists. Previous projections have suggested the effects of warmer water temperature would result in fish moving pole-ward and deeper towards cooler waters – […]