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The Development of Fish Stocks and Fisheries in the Baltic Sea Since the Last Glaciation
“The fish fauna of the Baltic Sea reflects its 9 KY history of Arctic and temperate conditions and is a mixture of species that have invaded from the Atlantic and the continental watersheds. In spite of the challenging environmental conditions, such as low salinity in the entire Baltic Sea and varying temperature conditions, limiting the possibilities for successful reproduction, the number of species is comparably high..." – By Henrik Svedäng
Opportunities and Drawbacks for Alpine Tourism Under Climate Change
"Alpine tourism both contributes to the generation of greenhouse gases and suffers the consequences of climate change. This has been apparent in many destinations since the late 20th century and will exacerbate further in the future. It will particularly affect the winter season, which relies heavily on snow-based activities..." – By Franz Prettenthaler and Christoph Neger
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