Winners and losers of warming UK seas


New research identifies the winners and losers of future climate change on UK fish species

Fish lovers in the UK may have to swap their cod and haddock for more Mediterranean fare like seabream and seabass as warming oceans force species northwards.

A new paper published by Cefas has looked at the projected impacts of climate change on the habitats of 49 fish species to help fisheries understand which are likely to be ‘winners’ and ‘losers’ of changing marine conditions.

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