Articles | Volume 13, issue 2
Research article
21 Jan 2016
Research article |  | 21 Jan 2016

Potential future fisheries yields in shelf waters: a model study of the effects of climate change and ocean acidification

S. M. van Leeuwen, W. F. Le Quesne, and E. R. Parker


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– Effects of ocean acidification in shelf waters on fish yield can be of the same order of magnitude as climatic impacts. – Local differences in response within one shelf sea due to different governing hydrodynamic regimes and variation in importance of benthic food web. – Future fish yields in the North Sea: seasonally stratified areas show increased yield, transitional waters show decreased yield and permanently mixed waters show increased yield moderated by acidification impacts.
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