UMass Dartmouth researcher finds ocean temps pushing fish populations north

DARTMOUTH – Changing ocean temperatures are altering the locations of fish populations, putting East Coast fishing communities at risk, according to a new study recently published in Nature Climate Change. The study is co-authored by Robert Griffin, a research assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science & Technology in New…

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