Climate Change Impacts on Fish Distribution and Abundance, Migration Patterns, Fish Physiology and Disease Prevalence
Keywords:Aquaculture, Climate change, Fish growth, Fish physiology
Climate change's direct and indirect effects on fisheries are not widely recognised. Understanding the effects of changing temperature, precipitation and CO2 on fish growth and development is essential because human food and feed are also supplied from the fisheries sector. As part of the climate complex, solar radiation and ozone levels are shifting, affecting fish growth and development. Studying how fish grow and develop in response to climate may assist to ensure that the fishing sector is able to satisfy human demands as the population expands. Climate change affects fisheries and aquaculture communities and livelihoods, thus attempts to adapt or minimise it must be human-centered.
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