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Journal: International Journal of Advances in Agricultural Science and Technology (IJAAST) (Vol.5, No. 4)

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Page : 34-41

Keywords : Fisheries contribution; warming; NPP; impact; ecosystem;

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Marine capture fisheries are already facing multiple challenges due to overfishing; habitat loss and weak management are poorly positioned to cope with new problems stemming from climate change. In India 14 million people depend on fisheries and aquaculture as a source of income. Indian fisheries are increasingly contributing to the nutritional security of the country. Indian fisheries occupy the second position in global fish production also at risk, threatening the food supply and livelihood of poorest population. Fish farming will also be affected nearly 65 percent of aquaculture is inland and concentrated mostly in the tropical and subtropical regions of Asia. Often in the delta areas of major rivers at the mid to upper levels of the tidal ranges. Sea level rise over the next decades will increase upstream salinity, affecting cop farming.

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