Climate change threatens RP aquaculture
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If Climate Change continues, the country's fisheries and aquaculture sector would soon to be sailing into rough seas, said the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center. Dr. Angel Alcala and Dr. Joebert Toledo painted this bleak scenario during the Fisheries Forum held by the University of the Philippines Visayas Last month. According to Seafdec, the impact of climate change is ecological, social and economic in nature.
Remo, A. R. (2007, August 27). Climate change threatens RP aquaculture. Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. B8.
Climatic changes; Aquaculture; Fisheries; Environmental impact; Sociological aspects; Sea level changes; Global warming; Environmental monitoring; Biodiversity; Vulnerability; Carbon dioxide; University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV); Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center (SEAFDEC); Silliman University Angelo King Center for Research and Environmental Management (SUAKCREM); Alcala, Angel; Toledo, Joebert
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