Effect of Global Warming on Aqua Life


  • Prof. Shishira Kanta Behera, Mr. Debananda Bhanja, Prof. Sarat Chandra Sahu


A broad array of species are found in freshwater ecosystems. Groundwater accounts for over 70 per cent of the freshwater of the world and plays an important role in sustaining most regions, with profound implications for human well-being and socio-economic development. Groundwater environments, which connect different kinds of other freshwater environments such as the lakes, rivers, springs and water lands, are among the most important corridors. Currently, virtually all climate scientists have concluded that climate change stems from the increase in atmospheric greenhouse gas emissions, which is the result of different human activities. The dissolution of carbon dioxide, the largest contribution to global warming and climate change for greenhouse gasses, in sea water is much more important compared to other atmospheric gases. That is why the oceans are major reserves. Since they are a large part of our planet and have a rich biodiversity, oceans and seas are aquatic ecosystems affected by global warming change. The decline of lake water, increase of sea level, change in streams and precipitation models has led to global warming and climatic changes, negative effects are beginning to occur on all aquatic organisms. KRILLS in the last 30 years have dropped by 80% on average. Bleaching of corals has dramatically increased. The number of fish from the Indian Ocean found in our country's waters is already 30. Sea turtle reproducing area has diminished, as the sea level rises to destroy coastal habitat. Many marine mammals have experienced extinction depending upon the decrease of sea ice.




How to Cite

Prof. Shishira Kanta Behera, Mr. Debananda Bhanja, Prof. Sarat Chandra Sahu. (2020). Effect of Global Warming on Aqua Life. International Journal of Modern Agriculture, 9(3), 645 - 652. Retrieved from http://www.modern-journals.com/index.php/ijma/article/view/263