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As rivers dwindle across the Pacific Northwest, chinook salmon nesting sites and fingerling habitats are shrinking and becoming harder to get to, a process detailed in a new study in AGU’s Geophysical Research Letters.

As rivers dwindle across the Pacific Northwest, chinook salmon nesting sites and fingerling habitats are shrinking and becoming harder to get to, a process detailed in a new study in AGU’s Geophysical Research Letters. Credit: Lynn Ketchum

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