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State & Federal Hatcheries struggle to keep fish alive in a climate changing drought

Warm water temperatures a big threat to hatchery fish which make up a huge portion of what makes it to the ocean.

Warm water temperatures are a big threat to hatchery fish which make up a huge portion of what makes it to the ocean.
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Oregon and Washington Fish hatcheries are feeling the heat just like their fish in the water. A back to back drought is reeking havoc with many streams across Oregon – much of it being blamed on the effects of climate change. Fishery experts say that the hatcheries are coping pretty well, but if the trend continues of continued warm water and relatively dry winters, it could get really bad – hatcheries could run out of options.

Here’s the story in the Oregonian. Click here.

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