Rev Fish Biol Fisheries (2017) 27:293–296 DOI 10.1007/s11160-017-9483-0 . . . . Abigail J. Lynch Rebecca G. Asch William W. L. Cheung Craig P. Paukert Ryan R. Rykaczewski Warwick H. H. Sauer Published online: 20 May 2017 Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2017 Climate is a critical driver of aquatic ecosystems and industrial era, oceans have increased in acidity by ﬁsh populations, strongly inﬂuencing latitudinal, sea- 26%; and between 1901 and 2010, global mean sea sonal, and depth distribution and abundance of marine level has risen by 0.19 m (IPCC 2014). For both and inland ﬁshes through survival, growth, reproduc- marine and inland systems, climate change related tion, and interactions with habitat and other species shifts in thermal, chemical, and physical habitat will (Perry et al. 2005;Po¨rtner et al. 2014; Lynch et al. continue to alter ﬁsh populations and productivity of 2016). Climate variability has been linked with ﬁsh capture ﬁsheries (Ficke et al. 2007;Po¨rtner and Peck production variability with high levels of conﬁdence 2010; Gattuso et al. 2015; Whitney et al. 2016). In in both marine and freshwater systems (e.g., Mantua some cases, the ﬁsheries will have the potential to et al. 1997; Chavez et al. 2003; Lynch et
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