Climate change is expected to have many impacts on the oceans; one of them is where fish are located in the ocean. Ocean warming is expected to cause fish to shift to different locations that are cooler — generally toward the poles and into deeper waters. But not all fish are moving in the same directions and at the same speeds. This is changing what fish are eating and who are eating them.
Nereus Program Fellow Becca Selden (Rutgers University) helped plan and execute a symposium on “Marine Species on the Move” at the American Fisheries Society’s 147th Annual Meeting in Tampa, Florida from August 20 to 24, 2017.
Marine Species on the Move: Understanding and Responding to Shifting Distributions of US Fish Stocks (American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting)
Nereus Fellow Becca Selden (Rutgers) is helping facilitate a symposium at the American Fisheries Society’s 147th annual meeting in Tampa, Florida, August 20-24. The Symposium, “Marine Species on the Move:…