Climate change and bivalve mass mortality in temperate regions

One of the fastest-growing global food sectors is the bivalve aquaculture industry. Bivalves particularly oysters, mussels and clams are important sources of animal protein (Tan and Ransangan 2016a, b). Bivalve aquaculture represents 14–16% of the average per capita animal protein for 1.5 billion people and supports over 200,000 livelihoods, mostly in developing countries (FAO 2018). Most of the bivalves produced around the world (89%) are from aquaculture (FAO 2016). To date, mollusc aquaculture have accounted for 21.42% (17.14 million tonnes) of the total aquaculture production, with Asia being the largest contributor (92.27%) (FAO 2018).

Soon T. K. & Zheng H., 2019. Climate change and bivalve mass mortality in temperate regions. In: Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (Continuation of Residue Reviews), pp 1-21, Springer. Chapter (subscription required).

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