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Another river to be freed

In Central Oregon, a dam on the Deschutes River is slated to be removed, which will improve habitat for – not salmon, for a change – but redband trout, among other species. The removal will also involve removing contaminated soil … Continue reading

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Fish and farming

This is a really neat article that briefly touches on several really broad concepts as well as a couple of specific applications: The Sushi Project: Farming Fish And Rice in California’s Fields The basic concept at work here is changing … Continue reading

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Freshwater acidification

Apparently that’s a thing. And, like ocean acidification, it’s not a good thing, at least for salmon: After obtaining salmon embryos from a hatchery, the researchers transferred them into freshwater flow-through tanks with either ambient, high or variable concentrations of … Continue reading

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A post about fish and communities

I read this a few months ago, and it struck a deep chord then. It keeps resonating now, reverberating and echoing out, wider, wider. It’s a very short post, worth reading in its entirety: The Watershed and the City [The … Continue reading

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