Impact of Climate change on Arabian sea and Marine Fisheries - Mr. S. Prasanna and Mr. E. Vivekanand


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The presentations by Mr. S. Prasanna Kumar –National Institute of Oceanography, Goa abd Dr. E. Vivekanandan - CMFRI, Cochin at MECOS 2009 on the topic “Is Arabian Sea responding to global warming and undergoing a climate shift” and “Assess impact of climate change on Indian marine fisheries to find adaptation and mitigation options”. The event organized by MBAI was held at Cochin from 9th -12th February 2009





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