, Volume 31, Issue 4, pp 459-464

Potential Changes in Aquatic Biota in the Period of Global Climate Warming

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Abstract

The results of investigations of water bodies subjected to constant many-year thermal pollution are proposed to use for the prediction of the consequences of climate warming. General tendencies in changes in the aquatic biota and the distribution of aquatic organisms under the effect of thermal pollution are established by analyzing the materials collected at different cooling ponds of nuclear and thermal power stations.