Fish on the move under climate change

A new study in the journal Nature finds fish are on the move because of climate change.

But which species can adapt, and which will run out of favorable ocean real estate as they reach their thermal limits?

Malin Pinksy, a marine scientist with the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources, at Rutgers University, joins Climate Cast to discuss.

Hear the interview and a Climate Story with Joel Light on the audio player above.

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