Dr. Rashid Sumaila, a professor with the UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs and project director of research network OceanCanada Partnership, was recently quoted in the Food in Canada magazine. He discussed how rising ocean temperatures affect fish and other marine life, arguing that rising temperatures also affect the ocean’s acidity and oxygen content, as well as fish habitats. “It changes the pH, acidification and oxygen content, so clearly you are going to affect life in the ocean.”

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