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Seminar on affects of climate changes on fish held.

LAHORE -- Fisheries Punjab Director General Dr. Mohammad Ayub has said that increasing earth temperature not only affected all living things but also the breeding of aquaculture.

He stressed the need that experts and teachers of universities all over the country should formulate collectively practicable suggestions to overcome this issue.

Addressing a seminar Affects of Climate Changes on Fish Biodiversity at Fisheries Biodiversity Hatchery Chashma Barage, on Tuesday, he said that increase in climate temperature had become one of the major challenge the world was facing now a days.

Fisheries experts who came throughout the country reviewed the increasing temperature of earth and its affect on fish biodiversity and presented their suggestions for the promotion of fisheries.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Apr 27, 2016
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