Preliminary Juvenile Salmonid Survival Estimates Show Challenge Of 2011’s Notably High Flows

The 2011 spring season’s high, cool flows down through the Columbia-Snake river hydro system may have been both a blessing and a curse, with overall survival of juvenile steelhead and yearling spring chinook above and near, respectively, long-term averages but lagging behind the past two years’ rates.

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