Article: Aquaculture at Threat from Climate Change

Article: Aquaculture at Threat from Climate Change

by | 22 Oct 2014

Global warming continues to be an issue of increasing relevance to marine aquaculture. Over the past few years, a number of serious disasters and losses in the Asia-Pacific region have caused a real threat on the industry, particularly for small-scale farmers.

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