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Climate Winners and Losers (Gray Snapper and Southern Flounder)
Figure 23.9Texas Parks & Wildlife Department
This figure appears in chapter 23 of the Impacts, Risks, and Adaptation in the United States: The Fourth National Climate Assessment, Volume II report.
The graphs show trends in annual abundance of (top) gray snapper and (bottom) southern flounder as the number of fish caught per hour along the Gulf Coast of Texas between 1982 (snapper)/1983 (flounder) and 2016. As water temperatures increase along the Texas Gulf Coast, gray snapper are expanding northward along the Texas coast, while southern flounder, a popular sport fish, are becoming less abundant, impacting the recreational and commercial fishing industries. Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.
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