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Climate change

Climate change is affecting the oceans and freshwater, and will cause major changes in aquatic ecosystems in the future. Already today we see the effects of climate change in fish communities where cold water species are disadvantaged by the water becoming warmer. We at SLU Aqua study how a changed climate affects species and the interaction between them, and how the entire food web is affected.

How fish are affected by a warmer Baltic Sea

Magnus Huss and Anna Gårdmark are studying how fish and other life are affected by the fact that seas and lakes are getting warmer, with a changing climate.
Published: 02 June 2022 - Page editor: sofia.bureborn@slu.se

Department of Aquatic Resources (SLU Aqua)

Head of Department: Noél Holmgren, +46 10-478 40 93
Vice Head of Department: Sara Bergek, +46 10-478 41 14

Delivery address: Department of Aquatic Resources, SLU, Turistgatan 5, SE-453 30 Lysekil, Sweden