In Hot Water: Climate Change Is Affecting North American Fish

From BioClimate, the newsletter from the Climate Science Centers & National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center:

In Hot Water: Climate Change Is Affecting North American Fish
Climate change is already affecting the growth, reproduction, and geographic range of inland fish across North America – including some fish that are popular with anglers. Scientists supported by the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center document a variety of climate change related changes in fish in four synthesis studies published last week in a special issue of Fisheries. Keep reading >>

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