“Climate Change Shifting Fish Reproduction Timing In Southern California Current”, published in FishSens magazine, highlights a study by Rebecca Asch, Nereus Fellow at Princeton University, on the effects of climate change and natural variability on fish reproduction.
William Cheung, Director of the Nereus Program (Science) and Principle Investigator, has published two papers on Chinese marine areas, including on the impacts of fishing on the mean trophic level and comparing trophic structure.
“Impacts of fishing on the marine mean trophic level in Chinese marine area” has been published in Acta Ecologica Sinica.
Godzilla. Bruce Lee. The names for this year’s El Nino are growing, as are the fears that this might be the biggest one yet. But what is an El Nino and what effects do they have on oceans and fisheries?
Ryan Rykaczewski, Nereus Program alumni and assistant professor at the University of South Carolina, focuses his research on the responses of ecosystem and fisheries production to past and future climate variability and climate change and has published on the impacts of past El Ninos. Here he explains the basics of El Ninos and why this upcoming one could have destructive impacts on ocean ecosystems, fisheries, and fish and mammal species.
Thomas Froelicher, Nereus Program Alumni and 2012-2013 Senior Research Fellow (Princeton), has published a paper with co-authors in Biogeosciences entitled Emergence of multiple ocean ecosystem drivers in a large ensemble…
Fish will have to find new habitats or perish if global warming is left unchecked Climate change is forcing fish out of their current habitats and into cooler waters and…
A report entitled “Predicting Future Oceans: Climate Change, Oceans & Fisheries” newly released by the Nereus program, an international interdisciplinary research program aimed at predicting future oceans, suggests that future seafood supply in the world will be substantially altered by climate change, overfishing and habitat destruction if we do not take actions.
Yoshi Ota, Nereus Program Co-Director at the University of British Columbia, has contributed a chapter in a book titled Ceccaldi et al (ed) Marine Productivity: Perturbations and Resilience of Socio-Ecosystems….
Rebecca Asch knew that climate change was affecting seasonal patterns in the ocean. But she also knew it would be difficult to prove. After all, it’s more obvious on land….