Sunday, 17 Jan 2021

Oceans of trade

across their native latitude, steelhead (and a lot of salmon) populations are experiencing dramatic declines in ocean survival. Smolts are heading out to sea, but too many are starving to demise before they reach adulthood. In a new weblog put up, the Wild Steelhead Coalition’s Science marketing consultant guy Fleischer explains a couple of the contributing elements, together with the nice and cozy water “Blob” covering the North Pacific and food net impacts of wide hatchery crimson and chum salmon stocking from Alaska, Japan, and Russia.