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Climate change and fishing could change Alaska pollock spawning time

UNITED STATES | Saturday, November 17, 2018
A team of researchers determined that spawning time of Alaska pollock varied by as much as three weeks over the past three decades in the Gulf of Alaska and attribute these changes to the effect of climate and fishing.

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