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Climate Change Implications for Fisheries of the Benguela Current Region Making the Best of Change

Proceedings Out of Print
Series: FAO Fisheries Proceedings Volume: 27
By: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)(Author)
Climate Change Implications for Fisheries of the Benguela Current Region
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  • Climate Change Implications for Fisheries of the Benguela Current Region ISBN: 9789251073421 Paperback Mar 2013 Out of Print #208701
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These Proceedings include the Report of, and the background papers prepared for, the Workshop on Climate Change Implications for Fisheries of the Benguela Current Region: Making the Best of Change. Presentation topics included: the regional biophysical features and decadal trends in the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME); national contexts of climate variability and change and fisheries; and a vulnerability assessment of the region's fisheries. Discussions largely focused on: aspects of developing a methodology for vulnerability assessment; definition of vulnerability in a fisheries context; potential climate change impacts on, and vulnerability levels of, the different fisheries in the region; and potential short- and medium-term adaptation actions.

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Proceedings Out of Print
Series: FAO Fisheries Proceedings Volume: 27
By: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)(Author)
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