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Scientists in NZ eye fish and climate world first

Tuesday 7 Mar 17 10:00am

The marine centre at Bream Bay

THE EFFECTS of climate change on fish are being studied in a world-first trial at Niwa’s Bream Bay marine science centre.

Phil Munday
World-renowned ocean acidification researcher Phil Munday and members of his laboratory from James Cook University in Queensland are working with Niwa staff to look at the impact of increased carbon dixoide levels on kingfish, using Niwa’s aquaculture facilities at Ruakaka.

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