The vulnerability of shellfish aquaculture to climate change and ocean acidification– a global assessment

Phoebe Stewart-Sinclair, Tom Wilding, Kim Last & Ben Payne
Human-induced climate change and ocean acidification (CC-OA) is changing the physical and biological processes occurring within the marine environment, with poorly understood implications for marine life. Within the aquaculture sector, molluscan culture is a relatively benign method of producing a high-quality, healthy and sustainable protein source for the expanding human population. We modelled the Vulnerability of global bivalve mariculture to impacts of CC-OA over the period 2020 to 2100, under RCP8.5. Vulnerability, assessed at the...
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