Global Warming Is Good for Warm-Water Fishermen

According to a study conducted by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, climate change is affecting the growth of fish. The research of the Australian CSIRO shows that fish living in warm, shallow waters grow faster that those in cold, deep waters.

A spokesman for the CSIRO said that their observations seem to indicate “that global climate change has enhanced some elements of productivity of shallow-water stocks but at the same time reduced the productivity and possibly the resilience of deep-water stocks.”


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