In a warmer sea:What happens to the fish?

The Baltic Sea is becoming a hot water bath. It affects the fish more than we might understand. It is a slow process that can be difficult to see. But there is one place where, for a relatively short period of time, scientists have been able to see just that – what happens to the fish when the sea gets warmer. Right next to Forsmark’s nuclear power plant in northern Uppland.

Reportage: Lena Scherman
Photo:Elin Jenjila Franzén, Alexandre Gobatti
UW-Photo: Kimmo Hagman, Robert Westerberg
Drone:Robert Westerberg
Editing: Apollonia Meleouni

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