Impacts of climate change on marine ecosystem production in societies dependent on fisheries

  • Barange M
  • Merino G
  • Blanchard J
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This paper develops and links highly resolved models of physical, biological and human responses to climate change in 67 marine national exclusive economic zones (60% of global fish catches) to project climate change yield impacts in countries with different dependencies on marine fisheries. Productivity is projected to increase at high latitudes and decrease at mid-low latitudes, with considerable regional variation. Changes by 2050 are largely expected to be

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  • Manuel Barange

  • Gorka Merino

  • J. L. Blanchard

  • J. Scholtens

  • J. Harle

  • E. H. Allison

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