Life in the ocean will decrease by 5% for every 1 degree of global temperature increase, according to Lotze et al. 2019, a paper published open access in PNAS in June 2019.
New research shows that local populations of ocean animals are more vulnerable to global warming-induced extinction than terrestrial animals.
ICCAT decided to maintain catch limits on Atlantic bigeye tuna, despite scientific evidence the stock is overfished.
A new paper mapped the effects of future emissions on marine protected areas (MPAs) around the world. The results were unsurprising—climate change threatens every MPA (and indeed every part of the ocean), with a range of impacts.
The red snapper fishery in the Gulf of Mexico is one of the most fascinating fisheries in the U.S. Whether it is the catch share
A recent article in The Times by Hugo Rifkind discussed the challenges faced by the United Kingdom’s fishing industry as the UK prepares to leave
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