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Greenhouse Ocean May Downsize Fish

January 22, 2008

David Hutchins The types of algae that support the Bering Sea's extraordinary fisheries are not favored by conditions expected in 2100, according to a University of Southern California study that sheds light on the prospects for a "greenhouse" ocean, an overlooked but no less harrowing aspect of climate change. Full Story

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