Climate variability and its effects on major fisheries in Korea

@article{Kim2007ClimateVA,
  title={Climate variability and its effects on major fisheries in Korea},
  author={Suam Kim and Chang Ik Zhang and Jin-yeong Kim and Jae-Ho Oh and Sukyung Kang and Jae bong Lee},
  journal={Ocean Science Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={42},
  pages={179-192}
}
Understanding in climate effects on marine ecosystem is essential to utilize, predict, and conserve marine living resources in the 21s t century. In this review paper, we summariz ed t h e past history and current status of Korean fisheries as well as the changes in climate and oceanographic phenomena since the 1960s. Ocean ecosystems in Korean waters can be divided into three, based on the marine commercial fish catches; the demersal ecosystem in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea, the… CONTINUE READING

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