Jump to content

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

knocker

The contrasting fortunes of Atlantic cod in warming oceans

Recommended Posts

Yesterday, the Times and Scientific American both covered new research that suggests warming oceans and a fishing ban have led to a recovery in Atlantic cod off the coast of Canada.


 


But a little further south, the story is less positive. Another study, published today in Science, finds that warming waters in the Gulf of Maine, off the US Atlantic coast, are contributing to the population decline in the heavily-fished region.


So, how is warming helping one population of cod while hindering another? Carbon Brief takes a look at the research.


 


http://www.carbonbrief.org/the-contrasting-fortunes-of-atlantic-cod-in-warming-oceans/?utm_source=Daily+Carbon+Briefing&utm_campaign=df4864f34d-cb_daily&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_876aab4fd7-df4864f34d-303447709


Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

  • Temperatures into heatwave territory and no rain

    Some parts of the UK could qualify for heatwave conditions later this week and it's not the usual suspects. No rain as water levels decline and how are the evening skies for LanuchAmerica viewing? Watch the video here

    Netweather forecasts
    Netweather forecasts
    Latest weather updates from Netweather

    High pressure in the driving seat until at least the end of May

    High pressure continues to dominate our weather until at least early next week, with most staying dry and fine. The warm conditions will spread north, and the highest temperatures will transfer to the west as the high moves east and eventually over Scandinavia. Read the full update here

    Netweather forecasts
    Netweather forecasts
    Latest weather updates from Netweather
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×
×
  • Create New...