Long-term change in deep-water fish populations

Mary Woodcock Kroble
Friday 10 June 2011
Date: 25 January 2012
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Speaker: Dr David Bailey (University of Glasgow)


Very few long-term studies have been conducted in deep-water systems. As a result we know very little about natural variability or how these systems respond to human impacts. In this talk I will present results from long-term studies from the North Pacific, North Atlantic and South Atlantic. These studies demonstrate the major changes that can occur over time in deep-water fish communities at depths of 1000-4000 m and also the great depths to which anthropogenic impacts reach.