India explores climate change resilience

Dr J K Jena

India is exploring ways to make fisheries in the Indian Ocean more resilient to climate change

Rising sea surface temperatures are affecting fish distribution in Indian waters, according to the Indian Council of Agricultural Research.

Speaking at climate change and fisheries governance conference held in Mahabalipuram, Deputy Director General of ICAR, Dr J K Jena said there was an extended distribution of commercially important species such as the Indian oil sardine and mackerel.

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