Klamath River Study: Cold Water Refuges Also Function As Disease Refuges For Juvenile Salmon

The effects of a naturally-occurring parasite in the Klamath River — Ceratonova shasta – decline when juvenile salmon move into areas of cooler water where exposure to the parasite is lower and where the effects of the disease declines in severity, according to a recent study.

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