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00:00 - Intro
00:51 - William Cheung
01:11 - Studying Shrinking Fish
02:51 - Impact on Humans & Other Species
04:44 - Should People be Concerned?
06:09 - Gill-Oxygen Limitation Theory
09:50 - Possibility of Reversal
12:03 - Outro
12:33 - Desire - Detroit Rebellion
15:53 - Finish

William Cheung joins the show to discuss his recent study exploring how climate change could shrink multiple species of fish by 20 to 30 percent.

William Cheung is an Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia and Principal Investigator with the Changing Ocean Research Unit. Click here to read more about his study, recently published in Global Change Biology.

Host // Joe Virgillito
Location: NYC | Host Since: 2016
Joe Virgillito is a staff writer and host of the Daily Beat podcast on BTRtoday. He is a graduate of Quinnipiac University with a…
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Musical Artists: Detroit Rebellion

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