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Climate change hitting top U.S. fishery in the Arctic: NOAA

Reuters Wednesday, 11 December 2019
Climate change is causing chaos in the Bering Sea, home to one of America's largest fisheries, an example of how rising temperatures can rapidly change ecosystems important to the economy, U.S. federal government scientists said in a report on Tuesday.
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