Ocean acidification has risen by a quarter since pre-industrial times as a result of rising carbon emissions, casting a shadow over the seas as a future source of food.
Biologists have concluded that climate change may be shrinking economically important fish species in the North Atlantic. Continue reading →
Increased amounts of toxic mercury may enter people's seafood as the oceans warm. Biologists observed higher accumulation of mercury in a fish at the bottom of the food chain as temperatures increased. Continue reading →
Seismic testing for oil and gas could be affecting shellfish populations by damaging their larvae. Continue reading →
Sea turtles were the second most common catch on Costa Rican fishermen's longlines during the past decade. Sharks also suffered on the hooks. Continue reading →
The abundance of fishes on restaurant menus provide clues to the quantities of fish species in the ocean. Continue reading →
The diets wealthy Americans can afford means they build up more heavy metals in their bodies than lower earners. Continue reading →
For the last 56 years, the United States and Canada have failed to report Arctic fish catches to the FAO - Russia under-reported catches.
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