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November 8 2012
The collapse of sardine fisheries in the southern Caribbean during the past decade may have been driven by global climate change, according to a study.
Researchers from the US and Venezuela linked ecological measurements in the southern Caribbean with global climate change indicators. These indices were revealed to correlate to changes in regional wind and seawater circulation patterns, which may have dire socioeconomic consequences for Caribbean countries – such as the collapse of valuable sardine fisheries.
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