The changes in Southern California’s marine ecosystem since the mid-1970’s. Increased warming of the waters off Los Angeles have resulted in a 50% decline of cold-water, northern fish species (like the greenspotted rockfish), while warm-water southern fish species (like the Garibaldi) have increased by 50%. (Redrawn with permission from: Confronting Climate Change in California, Union of Concerned Scientists, 1999. The complete report can be accessed at