New Study Shows Warm Water Affects “Hatch Success” in Pacific Cod Eggs
The years 2013 through 2016 in the North Pacific created a perfect storm for the viabiity of many organisms at the time, and we now know that it was a one-two punch for the survival of Pacific cod eggs.
Many studies were launched following the 2017 announcement that the Gulf of Alaska’s cod population had dropped 70% from the year earlier. Over recent months and years, the results of the studies have shown that prey disappeared for juvenile and adult cod and that spawning habitat changed ...
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