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Concern over fish stocks brings scientists to Queen's


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The seas around our coast are getting warmer and the rising temperature is threatening the fish that swim in our waters.

It's a global problem that has brought scientists and fish biologists from around the world to Queen's University to look at the effects of climate change on fish stocks, and the news isn't good.

As our Environment Correspondent Mike McKimm discovered, we shouldn't underestimate what is already happening.

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