December 2008
Art of Healing;Dec2008-Feb2009, Vol. 4 Issue 25, p34
The article provides information on the report Implications of Climate Change for Australian Fisheries and Aquaculture released by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation in Australia. It reveals that changes in temperature, ocean currents, winds, sea level, rainfall and extreme weather events are all expected to affect fish and shellfish numbers in the future.


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