The largest and oldest Chinook salmon have mostly disappeared along the West Coast, according to a new study. Researchers analyzed nearly 40 years of data from hatchery and wild Chinook populations from California to Alaska.
Canadian co-author: Daniel E Schindler, University of Washington – firstname.lastname@example.org
Original paper published February 27, 2018
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