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Impacts of climate and fishing on the North Sea food web
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Produced by the Fisheries Research Service, an agency of the Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department (SEERAD), in May 2006. This fact sheet provides information on the impacts of climate change and fishing on the North Sea food web, and fish feeding patterns. It looks at results for fish-eating fish, and plankton-eating fish, as well as seabed living animals such as starfish. This fact sheet is 2 pages long.
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Fisheries Research Services
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Publisher :  Fisheries Research Services, Fisheries Research Services, http://www.intute.ac.uk     Type :  Papers/reports/articles (individual)     Format :  PDF    
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