Climate Change Puts Sport Fishing at Risk
Sport fishing in the U.S. has suffered because of climate change and will likely fare even worse in the future, according to a new report on the effects of rising temperatures.
National Geographic reports that sport fishing in the U.S. has suffered because of climate change and will likely fare even worse in the future. Anglers have encountered more river closures in recent years as wildlife officials attempt to protect fish populations impacted by the consequences of global climate change, including low river flows and warmer waters.
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