Assessment of the ecological vulnerability of the East Coast Otter Trawl Fishery to climate change: a brief synthesis of information and results of an expert workshop

Assessing fisheries vulnerability to climate change is essential to prioritise systems in greatest need of intervention, understand the drivers of vulnerability to identify future research directions and, more importantly, to review current fisheries management with the view to developing management responses that will be effective in securing the future sustainability of marine fisheries (Johnson and Welch 2010).

The report includes a section on ocean acidification.

Morison A. K. & Pears R. J., 2012. Assessment of the ecological vulnerability of the East Coast Otter Trawl Fishery to climate change: a brief synthesis of information and results of an expert workshop. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Townsville,  130 p. Report.

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