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Special Feature: Climate Change Impacts: Fish, Fisheries, and Fisheries Management

Assessing the impacts of climate change

The atmosphere and oceans are warming, seasonal sea ice is retreating and salinity and ocean circulation patterns are changing, all of which can impact fish populations. Largely using comparative analyses, this Special Feature examines some of the effects of climate changes on fish stocks in the northern hemisphere, particular in the Northeast Atlantic and around the continental United States. It considers what marine ecosystems may look like under anthropogenic climate change and how existing fisheries management strategies, such as Harvest Control Rules, may fare in the future. It also notes some potential economic and societal consequences of climate change.

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Andrew C. Thomas; Andrew J. Pershing; Kevin D. Friedland; Janet A. Nye; Katherine E. Mills; Michael A. Alexander; Nicholas R. Record; Ryan Weatherbee; M. Elisabeth Henderson
Sturla F. Kvamsdal; Arne Eide; Nils-Arne Ekerhovd; Katja Enberg; Asta Gudmundsdottir; Alf Håkon Hoel; Katherine E. Mills; Franz J. Mueter; Lars Ravn-Jonsen; Leif K. Sandal; Jan Erik Stiansen; Niels Vestergaard
Arne Eide
Selma V. Pacariz; Hjálmar Hátún; Jan Arge Jacobsen; Clare Johnson; Sólva Eliasen; Francisco Rey
Kevin D. Friedland; Nicholas R. Record; Rebecca G. Asch; Trond Kristiansen; Vincent S. Saba; Kenneth F. Drinkwater; Stephanie Henson; Robert T. Leaf; Ryan E. Morse; David G. Johns; Scott I. Large; Solfrid S. Hjøllo; Janet A. Nye; Mike A. Alexander; Rubao Ji
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