Fisheries and Climate Change

Climate change is adjusting fish distribution plus the productivity of sea and freshwater types. This has impacts within the sustainability of fisheries along with aquaculture, on the livelihoods in the communities that depend on fisheries, and within the ability of the oceans to get and store CO2. The effect of sea level rise shows that coastal fishing communities are in the front distinctive line of climate change, while changing bad weather patterns and water use impact on inland fisheries along with aquaculture.