B.C. Sockeye Study Offers Clues To Salmon ‘Resilience,’ Biodiversity When Facing Climate Changes

Juvenile sockeye salmon that enter the Strait of Georgia in British Columbia soon after emerging from the gravel of the Harrison River, a tributary of the Fraser River, are contributing a larger proportion of adults returning to the Fraser River basin than they did more than ten years ago.

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