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Jamal Chioua

Better understand and anticipate the effects of climate change on fish stocks

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National Institute of Fisheries Research

Degradation of coastal and marine ecosystems threatens the safety of about 40% of the world’s population.

El Niño change and its impacts on weather and climate in the East Asia under global warming
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Jamal Chioua

Jamal Chioua

Jamal Chioua, oceanographer researcher at the National Institute of Fisheries Research (Institut National de Recherche Halieutique) in Morocco, working on meso and submesoscale ocean processes, physical and biological coupling of marine systems, ocean cycles and climate change, and the dynamics of coastal upwelling.

About INRH

INRH's mission is to carry out all research activities, studies and experimentations both at the sea and on land with the objectives of developing and rationalizing the management of fishery resources and aquaculture and their valorization. Dedicated to produce scientific knowledge on fisheries, in oceanography and the marine environment, scientists, engineers, technicians, sailors and administrators at INRH have been devoted for more than 70 years at sea, in ports and in our laboratories to contribute to the sustainable management of fisheries and ocean conservation .

Our action for climate change

INRH is involved in the Blue Belt initiative, which is a collaborative platform to act together and put into practice innovative solutions for mitigating the impacts and adapting the fishery and aquaculture sectors to climate change and for ocean and climate resilience.