Evidence is accumulating that the increase in CO2 is affecting the global climate, with far‐reaching implications for biological processes and ecosystem services. Recent studies suggest that there is evidence for a northward shift in the distributional range of fish species, but the mechanisms underlying these changes remain uncertain. Hence, it is largely unknown whether the observed distributional shifts are caused by a relocation of the spawning and feeding grounds, a change in the local survival of fish, or immigration into new habitats.
|Place of Publication||Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Number of pages||371|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
|Name||ICES cooperative research report|
- fishery resources
- climatic change
- fish stocks