Warming waters caused rapid—and opposite—shifts in connected marine communities

Two connected marine ecosystems—the Eastern English Channel and Southern North Sea—experienced big and opposite changes in their fish communities over a 30-year period, according to researchers who report their findings in Current Biology on November 8. Rapid warming drove smaller ocean fishes to shift abruptly northward from one ecosystem to the other.

Warming waters caused rapid -- and opposite -- shifts in connected marine communities

Two connected marine ecosystems -- the Eastern English Channel and Southern North Sea -- experienced big and opposite changes in their fish communities over a 30-year period. Rapid warming drove ...

Thu 8 Nov 18 from ScienceDaily

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