Predicting the future of marine fish and fisheries off Labrador and eastern Newfoundland under scenarios of climate change: Fs70-5/2002-111E-PDF

information and thoughts for the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) = Prédiction de l'avenir des poissons marins et de leur pêche au large du Labrador et de l'est de Terre-Neuve en fonction des scénarios du changement climatique : informations et précisions pour l'Évaluation des incidences climatiques dans l'Arctique (EICA) /

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Title Predicting the future of marine fish and fisheries off Labrador and eastern Newfoundland under scenarios of climate change
Subtitle information and thoughts for the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) = Prédiction de l'avenir des poissons marins et de leur pêche au large du Labrador et de l'est de Terre-Neuve en fonction des scénarios du changement climatique : informations et précisions pour l'Évaluation des incidences climatiques dans l'Arctique (EICA) /
Series Title Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat research document,
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Language [English]
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Date c2002.
Number of Pages ii, 35 p. :
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  • Fs70-5/2002-111E-PDF
Subject Terms Fisheries, Fisheries resources, Salt water fish, Fishing area, Climate change, Fisheries management