As climate change continues to ravage our natural systems, ocean warming and acidification pose a greater and greater and threat to marine organisms.
Associate Professor Ivan Nagelkerken discusses the impacts of warming and acidification to that very over-looked group of marine creatures – fish. While much attention has been paid attention to coral reefs, oysters and crustaceans, we know very little about how climate change will affect fish and other invertebrates.
Watch his seminar to find out more:
This seminar was featured at the Natural Resource Management (NRM) Science Conference, which showcased the science underpinning environmental decision making, policy and management in South Australia.