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Climate Change: Implications for Fisheries & Aquaculture (2014)

Description

The Fifth Assessment Report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is the most up-to-date, comprehensive and relevant analysis of our changing climate. This briefing explores the challenges and opportunities climate change poses to fisheries and aquaculture.


This document is one of a series synthesizing the most pertinent findings of AR5 for specific economic and business sectors. It was born of the belief that the fisheries & aquaculture sector could make more use of AR5, which is long and highly technical, if it were distilled into an accurate, accessible, timely, relevant and readable summary. Although the information presented here is a ‘translation’ of the key content relevant to this sector from AR5, this summary report adheres to the rigorous scientific basis of the original source material.

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Source:
University of Cambridge - Institute for Sustainability Leadership

Keywords

acidification, aquaculture, dead zones, fish migration, impacts

Climate impacts

Extreme Temperatures

Elements

Observations and Scenarios, Adaptation Measures and Actions

Sectors

Marine and Fisheries

Geographic characterisation

Global

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