Expanding ocean observation and climate services to build resilience in West African fisheries

The Canary Current is a potential hotspot for climate change impacts on the oceans where 63 million people depend upon marine resources for national economies and livelihoods. Their unique vulnerability highlights the key roles of climate services and capacity building in order to develop effective adaptation measures.

Capson T. L., Machu E., Boye M., Schmidt J. O., Thomas Y., Capet X. & Diouf M., 2021. Expanding ocean observation and climate services to build resilience in West African fisheries. One Earth 4(8): 1062-1065. Article (subscription required).

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