Warming trend has good news and bad news for Pacific fisheries | Pacific Beat

Warming trend has good news and bad news for Pacific fisheries

Warming trend has good news and bad news for Pacific fisheries

Updated 13 March 2013, 18:27 AEDT

Scientists are predicting that global warming is bad news for coral reef fisheries in the Pacific, but may result in more productive freshwater fisheries.

An international, multidisciplinary team of scientists have combined their expertise to make projections for the future of tropical Pacific fisheries and aquaculture in the 21st century.

Presenter: Bruce Hill

Speaker: Dr Janice Lough, Senior Principal Research Scientist of the Australian Institute of Marine Science

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Bruce is one of the Pacific’s most experienced journalists with nearly 20 years covering the region and has won several international awards.

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