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Observed change in the distribution of demersal fish in response to observed rise in sea surface temperatures

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Changes in abundance in response to observed temperature change are relative changes (unitless).

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Species Abundance Responses to Warming
Mean species-level relationships between abundance and temperature for the 50 most common species in 172 1_ 3 1_ cells. Red indicates an increase in abundance in warm years, blue indicates a decline, and gray indicates no significant response. (See Table S2 for scientific
names, species life history traits, and regional-scale responses.)

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