Shallow waters along the North Sea coast provide nursery areas for juveniles of several fish species, including commercially exploited species, and natural habitat for resident species and seasonal visitors. These areas have gone through major changes in the last decades due to climate change and human activities, which will likely result in changes in the abundance and species composition of the fish fauna in coastal waters.
|Place of Publication||IJmuiden|
|Number of pages||33|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
|Name||Report / Wageningen IMARES|
- north sea
- coastal areas
- demersal fisheries