Computer-modeled tropical fish to boom in Canada, while actual tropical fish freeze to death in Florida
Playing with computer models is such fun:
A new UBC study suggests climate change could create a boom in tropical fish species in BC, but overall result in a drop of up to 35 per cent in catches in some places due to increasing acid and decreasing oxygen in the world's oceans.
Professor William Cheung with UBC’s Fisheries Centre presented his findings Saturday at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, held at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
The predictions were generated by a computer simulator
2012: Florida Fish Farms Struggle With Recent Cold Snap
"The last three winters in a row it seems like we have been just clobbered," said David Boozer, executive director of the Florida Tropical Fish Farms Association, a group that counts 231 farmers as members.
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