Warmer oceans causing commercial fish shortage
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Climate change is driving a collapse of the marine food chain, an Australian study published by the University of Adelaide on Wednesday has found. The study found that rising ocean temperatures was reducing the flow of energy from algae at the bottom of the chain to herbivores or predators, harming commercial fish stocks. “Healthy food webs are important for maintenance of species diversity and provide a source of income and food for millions of people worldwide,” Hadayet Ullah, lead author of the study, said in a media release on Wednesday.
Warmer oceans causing commercial fish shortage. (2018, January 11). The Manila Times, p. B5.
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