Research Shows Large Numbers Of Pink Salmon Impacting Food Availability in Northern Seas

Every other year, large numbers of eastern Kamchatka pink salmon appear in the eastern Pacific Ocean, impacting the amount of large phytoplankton and copepods available for salmon to eat in the southern Bering Sea and around the Aleutian Islands where they rear, according to a recent study.

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