Drought And Parasite Threaten Klamath River Chinook

Drought And Parasite Threaten Klamath River Chinook

Da: EarthFix
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Drought is creating problems in river systems all around the Northwest. Nowhere is this more evident than on the Klamath River in Southern Oregon and Northern California.

Scientists there say there’s not enough cool water flowing, and a fish kill of young Chinook salmon is likely.

Releasing more water from upstream reservoirs could help the fish stay healthy. But as Jes Burns of EarthFix reports, water managers have decided not to increase the flow.

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