Fish farms in warmer waters are especially prone to disease

06/18/2013 | InsideScience.org

Fish farms in warmer climates may be particularly susceptible to outbreaks of skin flukes, salmon anemia and other diseases with the potential to decimate populations, according to research that looked at reports of fish farm disease outbreaks around the world. Diseases are difficult to control in water, and even farms at northern latitudes are susceptible to problems, posing concerns for food supplies. Experts said changes in climate could mean more problems for farms as temperatures rise.

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