Lack of food, ocean conditions behind poor 2009 sockeye returns: B.C. scientists
Juvenile sockeye salmon likely didn't have enough food to survive as they travelled in poor conditions through British Columbia's Georgia Strait in 2007, resulting in abysmal returns to the Fraser River two years later, a new study suggests.
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#1 Jul 14, 2012
Every year the "experts" predict doom and gloom for the salmon runs.About three years ago one of these doomed sockeye runs up the Fraser River resulted in multi millions of fish that were electocuted by biologists for fear there was not enough spawning beds to go around.Damn fools.
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