[(12:483\226)-89.7 (494. /T1_1 1 Tf The Strategy identifies seven objectives that will provide decision-makers with the information they need to reduce impacts and increase resilience in a changing climate. 8.788 0 Td /T1_1 1 Tf Shariful Islam Scientific Officer Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BFRI) bausharif@yahoo.com . 6Impacts of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture Primary production forecasts are highly uncertain for both marine and freshwater systems, because primary production is an integrator of changes in light, temperature and nutrients. 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Although climate change is altering the productivity and distribution of marine fisheries, climate-adaptive fisheries management could mitigate many of the negative impacts on human society. [(\(Cent)-183.8 (for)-183.8 (Intl)-183.8 (Clim)-183.8 (Env)-39.7 (iron)-183.8 (Re)19.9 (s,)-183.8 (Oslo\). M arine fishing and aquaculture exploit these ecosystems to provide 11 % of global average animal protein intake, and demand for fish products is expected to rise over coming decades. [(J)-337.6 (Plankton)-337.6 (Res)]TJ -23.9664 -1.2143 Td )Tj (305:362\226366. Climate Change Effects on North American Inland Fish Populations and Assemblages Efectos del cambio climático en poblaciones y ensambles de peces en aguas continentales de Norte América Effets du changement climatique sur les populations et les communautés de poissons continentaux d'Amérique du Nord Abigail J. Lynch /T1_1 1 Tf 9.5554 0 Td 17.1952 0 Td T* 4.2195 0 Td BT Fisheries provide food and support livelihoods across the world. 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With warming air temperatures, evaporation and evapotranspiration are expected to increase, as is precipitation in some areas. <> Fishers are front‐line observers of changes occurring both on the coast and in the sea and are among the first people to … -20.0998 -1.2143 Td Climate change and impacts on fisheries The links between fisheries and their ecosystems are deeper and more significant than those that exist in common agriculture. 19.7976 0 Td /T1_1 1 Tf 25.3542 0 Td /T1_1 1 Tf (Oceanologia)Tj )]TJ [(Limnol)-337.6 (Oceanog)-29.6 (r)]TJ The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) estimates that 35 per cent of bird species, 52 per cent ... Impact of Climate Change on Species 27.0513 0 Td [(The)-337.6 (State)-337.6 (of)-337.6 (World)-337.6 (Fisher)-29.6 (ies)-337.6 (and)-337.6 (Aquaculture)]TJ Without addressing climate change, sustainable development in SIDS cannot be (\(2005\))Tj 11.6624 0 Td … [(\(Intl)-384.7 (Food)-384.7 (Polic)-29.6 (y)-384.7 (Re)19.9 (s)-384.7 (Inst,)]TJ /T1_0 1 Tf -19.3088 -1.237 Td -27.165 -1.2143 Td endobj Each Chapter is designed to read independently but all inform the same goal. [(Mende)19.9 (s)-510.9 (H,)-510.9 (Ribeiro)-510.9 (J,)-510.9 (Santos)-510.9 (A)-59.6 (MP,)-510.9 (Tore)19.9 (sen)-510.9 (R)-510.9 (\(2003\))-510.9 (in)]TJ 24.2845 0 Td The full relationship between fisheries and climate change is difficult to explore due to the context of each fishery and the many pathways that climate change affects. [(60. -14.7333 -1.2386 Td /T1_1 1 Tf 3.4708 0 Td 2 Impacts of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture • Priority adaptations to maintain the benefits of coastal fisheries involve minimizing the gap between sustainable harvests and the fish needed for food security, and filling the gap mainly by increasing access to tuna for small-scale fishers. Climate change has both direct and indirect im-pacts on fish stocks that are exploited commercially. [(55. (308:1772\2261774. Given the importance of understanding the range of potential climate change effects on aquatic assets, it is /T1_0 1 Tf )-423.7 (Aaheim)-375 (H)-59.6 (A,)-375 (Sygna)-375 (L)-375 (\(2000\))]TJ 1.6883 -1.2143 Td -1.6883 -1.2386 Td -26.7017 -1.237 Td -4.2685 -1.2386 Td Climate change is driving shifts in the abundance and distribution of marine fish and invertebrates and is having direct and indirect impacts on seafood catches and fishing communities, exacerbating the already negative effects of unsustainably high fishing pressure that exist for some stocks. )-423.6 (Balvanera)-301.1 (P,)-301.1 (Pfisterer)-301.1 (A)-59.6 (B,)-301.1 (Buchmann)-301.1 (N,)-301.1 (He)-301.1 (JS,)-301.1 (Nak)-29.6 (ashizuk)-29.6 (a)-301.1 (T,)-301.1 (Raf)-29.6 (faelli)-301.1 (D,)]TJ [(434:628)-89.7 (\226)-89.7 (633. 15.815 0 Td /T1_1 1 Tf (\(2006\))Tj [(Schmid)-337.6 (B)-337.6 (\(2006\))]TJ /T1_0 1 Tf [(JBC,)-337.6 (L)-29.6 (otze)-337.6 (HK,)-337.6 (Micheli)-337.6 (F,)-337.6 (Palumbi)-337.6 (SR,)]TJ 28.4388 0 Td )-423.7 (McPhaden)-337.6 (MJ,)-337.6 (Zhang)-337.6 (D)-337.6 (\(2002\))]TJ This first document of the series provides the climate-science foundation for upcoming reports, which will address the impacts of climate change on our communities, environment and economy, and how … Identifying Alternate Pathways for Climate Change to Impact Inland Recreational Fishers Identificación de vías alternas de impacto del cambio climático en pescadores de pesca recreativa en aguas continentales Identification de voies alternatives sur l'impact du changement climatique sur les pêcheurs sportifs continentaux dc:title /T1_4 1 Tf )-423.7 (Schr)-29.6 (um)-337.7 (C)-337.6 (\(2001\))]TJ )-423.7 (Food)-314.5 (and)-314.5 (Ag)-19.9 (riculture)-314.5 (Organ)-29.6 (ization)-314.5 (of)-314.5 (the)-314.5 (Un)-29.6 (ited)-314.5 (Nations,)-314.5 (Fisherie)19.9 (s)-314.5 (Depart-)]TJ )]TJ [(Biol)-337.6 (Med)]TJ [-0.3 (\002)]TJ (\(2006\))Tj [(38. -19.4045 -1.2386 Td 1.6883 -1.2143 Td Climate change and infectious diseases 103 Introduction 103 iv CLIMATE CHANGE AND HUMAN HEALTH. ���� JFIF � � ��.Exif MM * b j( 1 r2 ��i � � � � Adobe Photoshop 7.0 2004:09:28 15:23:20 � � &� _ ( & H H ��TPhotoshop 3.0 8BIM% 8BIM� x H H d dg(� H H �( d � h � 8BIM� � � 8BIM&. 24.4725 0 Td Direct effects act on physiology and behaviour and alter growth, reproductive capacity, mortality and distribution. 4.0092 0 Td For Small Island Developing States (SIDS) like Vanuatu, climate change remains in fact the most significant single threat to sustainable development. )]TJ (Science)Tj Climate change and acidification are altering ocean ecosystems in profound ways, with consequent impacts on fisheries and aquaculture. -1.6883 -1.2386 Td 0.0049 Tc 0.9955 0 Td [(603\226)-89.7 (608. )-423.7 (Schmittner)-337.6 (A)-337.6 (\(2005\))]TJ -22.9764 -1.2386 Td /T1_1 1 Tf However, there is strong global evidence for these effects. 76 0 obj [(36. 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