14 Nov '11, 12pm

Fisheries feel costs of ignoring planet's health.

Keeping the status quo and delaying management decisions as ocean fish populations flux with climate can lead to unsustainable fisheries as well as lost opportunities to harvest the fish that are flourishing, according to the authors of a study published in the journal Ecological Applications. They found that a faster turnaround – in less than five years – to implement scientific recommendations to restrict or increase catch sizes would ease population collapses and be a step towards maintaining fisheries into the future. The study illustrates the benefits of a flexible management system that can rapidly respond to increases and decreases in fish populations brought on by climate change or other types of environmental changes. These benefits include sustaining fisheries as an important food source and as a major industry. The effects of changes in climate – such as water t...

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