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Climate Change and the Current Status of Biota in Russian Waters of the Far Eastern Seas

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Abstract

This article continues the discussion about the limiting influence of climate conditions on the dynamics of Pacific salmon abundance and on the status of biological resources in the Far Eastern seas. The conclusion that the multifactor impacts of climatic and hydrological conditions on populations and communities cannot be described only by climatic indices and sea surface temperature anomalies in the cold season is substantiated. A comparison of bioresource stocks between various regions of the Far Eastern seas shows a positive effect of modern global warming on the condition and sustainability of the fisheries resource base.

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Shuntov, V.P., Ivanov, O.A. Climate Change and the Current Status of Biota in Russian Waters of the Far Eastern Seas. Russ J Mar Biol 45, 495–510 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1063074019070058

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Keywords:

  • climate cycles
  • biological productivity
  • fish productivity
  • Far Eastern seas
  • bioresources
  • limiting factors
  • dynamics of abundance
  • modern warming