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Climate change implications for fisheries and aquaculture Overview of current scientific knowledge

  title={Climate change implications for fisheries and aquaculture Overview of current scientific knowledge},
  author={Emanuela D’Antoni},
variability, in particular relating to ENSO events. Off California, anchovy spawning expands northwards during El Niño events (Checkley et al., 2009). Likewise, the northern limit of California sardines in Canadian waters is broadly related to sea surface temperature, expanding north during the months of June through August and returning south when sea temperatures begin to cool (McFarlane et al., 2005). Rodriquez-Sánchez et al. (2002) have described how Pacific sardine (Sardinops caeruleus) in… 
Large-scale climatic effects on traditional Hawaiian fishpond aquaculture
It is posited that the lack of trade wind-driven surface water mixing enhanced surface heating and stratification of the water column, leading to hypoxic conditions and stress on fish populations, which had limited ability to move within net pen enclosures.
Ocean warming hotspots provide early warning laboratories for climate change impacts
A growing literature describes a wide range of negative impacts of climate change on marine resources and the people and communities they support, including species range changes, changes in
Hydroclimatic conditions trigger record harmful algal bloom in western Patagonia (summer 2016)
Using time series of atmospheric, hydrologic and oceanographic data, it is shown that an increase in surface water temperature and reduced freshwater input resulted in a weakening of the vertical stratification in the fjords and sounds of this region, ultimately resulting in an active harmful algal bloom in coastal southern Chile.
Climate Change: Impacts on Fisheries and Aquaculture
Climate change has been recognized as the foremost environmental problem of the twentyfirst century and has been a subject of considerable debate and controversy. It is predicted to lead to adverse,
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Coastal Zones and Climate Change: Assessing the Impacts and Developing Adaptation Strategies
Sea levels have been rising since the 19th Century and the rate of rise has increased from 1.8 ± 0.5 mm y from 1961 to 2006 to 3.4 ± 0.4 mm y from 1961 to 2003. Projections of future sea level rise
Ocean acidification and marine aquaculture in North America: potential impacts and mitigation strategies
Overall, ocean acidification has already imposed negative impacts on the aquaculture industry, but can be addressed with sufficient monitoring and the establishment of regional mitigation plans.
Impact of Oceanographic Environmental Shifts and Atmospheric Events on the Sustainable Development of Coastal Aquaculture: A Case Study of Kelp and Scallops in Southern Hokkaido, Japan
We provide an overview of selected recent operational applications of satellite remote sensing and marine Geographic Information Systems (GIS) procedures to the practice of sustainable aquaculture in
Decadal regime shift linkage between global marine fish landings and atmospheric planetary wave forcing
Abstract. This investigation focuses on a global forcing mechanism for decadal regime shifts and their subsequent impacts. The proposed global forcing mechanism is that the global atmospheric
Climate Change Effects on Aquaculture Production: Sustainability Implications, Mitigation, and Adaptations
Overall, climate change effects and implications on aquaculture production sustainability are expected to be both negative and positive although, the negative effects outweigh the positive ones.


On distributional responses of North Atlantic fish to climate change
Potential climate change impacts on Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) off the northeastern USA
We examined the potential impacts of future climate change on the distribution and production of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) on the northeastern USA’s continental shelf. We began by examining the
Changes in marine faunal distributions and ENSO events in the California Current
ABSTRACTInterannual variability in the California Current Sys-tem is analyzed through its effects on the temporaldistribution of fauna, particularly southern-originorganisms moving north during
Regional climate change and harmful algal blooms in the northeast Atlantic
We investigated long‐term spatial variability in a number of Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) in the northeast Atlantic and North Sea using data from the Continuous Plankton Recorder. Over the last four
Climate change and control of the southeastern Bering Sea pelagic ecosystem
Predicted Response of Northwest Atlantic Invertebrate and Fish Stocks to CO2‐Induced Climate Change
Abstract We discuss the effect of changes in oceanographic conditions induced by a global increase in atmospheric CO2 on the location, composition, and recruitment of invertebrate and finfish
A Perspective on El Niño and La Niña: Global Implications for Stream Ecology
  • M. Molles, C. Dahm
  • Environmental Science
    Journal of the North American Benthological Society
  • 1990
The results of this study indicate a strong correspondence between El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomena and stream flow in New Mexico and suggest that, in this region, the increasingly accurate, and remote forecasting of ENSO phenomena could be used to place future studies of biotic responses to variation in flow on a more predictive basis.