Category: Costal and marine | Freshwater | Management

Global Warming, Bangladesh Fisheries and Cop-15 Convention-2009

Climate change has moved to front and center of the world’s environmental agenda. Global warming is the major of all the changes of climate that stand as a disaster against world’s fisheries. Global warming is an increase in the earth’s atmospheric and oceanic temperatures widely predicted to occur due to an increase in the greenhouse effect resulting especially from pollution. Global warming is expected to lead to an …read more

Category: Freshwater | Management

Global Warming and Inland Fisheries

Fish are more sensitive to temperature than many animals because they cannot maintain a constant body temperature and their body is exactly the same temperature as the water they are swimming in. Different species can live in very cold or very hot water, but each species has a range of temperatures that it prefers, and fish can’t survive in temperatures too far out of this range. When fish encounter water …read more

Category: Costal and marine | Management

The Impact of Global Warming on Coastal and Marine Fisheries

The impacts of global warming such as wetland loss, salinity changes, and higher temperatures are all likely to affect finfish and shellfish in the coastal zone. Coastal marshes and mangroves are the primary nursery grounds; most of the reproduction occurs in the part of the wetlands that are within about 50-100 feet of the open water. Those species that are either reproduce in coastal wetlands or spend their entire lifetimes …read more