Resolving the effect of climate change on fish populations

@article{Rijnsdorp2009ResolvingTE,
  title={Resolving the effect of climate change on fish populations},
  author={A. Rijnsdorp and M. Peck and G. Engelhard and C. M{\"o}llmann and J. Pinnegar},
  journal={Ices Journal of Marine Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={66},
  pages={1570-1583}
}
This paper develops a framework for the study of climate on fish populations based on first principles of physiology, ecology, and available observations. Environmental variables and oceanographic features that are relevant to fish and that are likely to be affected by climate change are reviewed. Working hypotheses are derived from the differences in the expected response of different species groups. A review of published data on Northeast Atlantic fish species representing different… Expand
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