Leading or lagging: How well are climate change considerations being incorporated into Canadian fisheries management?
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, August 2021
Daniel G. Boyce, Susanna Fuller, Chelsey Karbowski, Katie Schleit, Boris Worm
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