Human behavior must be factored into climate change analyses

ScienceDaily | May 4, 2021 at 4:02 AM
  • The research, which used household surveys, temperature data and statistical models, revealed that when temperatures rise, people fish less often.
  • At the same time, the study’s authors indirectly found that stocks of fish and other aquatic foods also rise with temperatures, leading to slightly larger catches each time peopled fished.
  • WorldFish collected information on how often people fished, how much time they spent when they fished, and what method they used.