A summary of 57 studies and six poster sessions related to evidence of climate change, and its effects on freshwater and marine aquatic environments and on the dynamics of fish populations and fisheries. Numerous examples of the relationships between fish abundance trends and the environment are included. Most investigations are from the North Pacific Ocean, but studies done in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Bering Sea, the Yellow Sea, and selected freshwater lakes are also included. The effect of climate change on cod, pollock, salmon, herring, Dungeness crab, Japanese sardine and Californian anchovy (among others) is discussed. A list of contributors is included.The El Nino of 1983 as reflected in the ichthyoplankton off Washington, Oregon, and northern California Miriam J. Doyle Doyle, M.J. 1995. ... Fish. Aquat. Sci. 121 Abstract: Anomalies observed in the ichthyoplankton off the U.S. northwestern coast during 1983 included ... been affected by the strong El Nino event of 1983.
|Title||:||Climate Change and Northern Fish Populations|
|Author||:||Richard James Beamish, National Research Council Canada, Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans|
|Publisher||:||NRC Research Press - 1995|