EL NIÑO AND ITS EFFECTS ON FISHERIES AND AQUATIC LIFE
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that occurs every few years in the Pacific Ocean.
During El Niño, the ocean temperature rises, and there is a change in wind patterns.
These changes can have significant impacts on fisheries and aquatic life.
El Niño can cause fish populations to decline, as well as changes in the distribution of fish species.
It can also lead to harmful algal blooms, which can be toxic to marine life and humans.
El Niño can have long-lasting effects on fisheries and aquatic life, even after the weather phenomenon has ended.