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February 08 2012

12:59

Hatcheries vs. Wild Salmon

Salmon populations in California's Mokelumne watershed are on the rise, but it turns out that only 4 percent are of wild origins.

February 02 2012

20:13

Smarting Over Cod Shortages, Fishermen Blame Seals

Scientists denounce a proposal in Canada for killings of Atlantic gray seals, saying there is no evidence that it will cause the cod population to rebound.
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December 21 2011

16:57

November 04 2011

17:18

October 28 2011

16:34

Should Salmon Farms Move Inland?

Suspicion that a lethal salmon virus escaped from ocean farms into the wild in British Columbia has renewed calls for moving such farms inland -- or shutting down aquaculture altogether.

October 23 2011

13:37

A Salmon Virus: Where Do We Go From Here?

Scientists scramble to fill in the many unknowns surrounding the discovery of a lethal salmon virus in British Columbia.

August 25 2011

17:04

Killing Sea Lions to Save Salmon, Again

Three western states are again seeking federal permission to kill California sea lions that are killing endangered fish.

December 22 2010

17:30

July 12 2010

16:55

June 28 2010

19:13

Toxic Mercury Delights More in Seawater, Study Finds

A new study suggests that mercury in saltwater fish like tuna, mackerel and sharks pose more risks to humans than mercury in freshwater fish. Mercury in seawater is more likely to be present in a toxic form, researcher report in the latest issue of Nature Geoscience.

June 04 2010

19:07

The Human Equation in Water-Related Disputes

A federal judge, in two rulings regarding pumping Sacramento River delta water to California's central valley, insists that environmental analyses are invalid unless they take humans into account.

February 11 2010

16:35

Columbia River Salmon Dispute Continues

A federal district court judge in Oregon is giving the federal government until Feb. 19 to come up with a plan for hydroelectric production on the river that simultaneously protects threatened salmon populations.

January 11 2010

13:19

Reaching Consensus on the Klamath

Use of the river, where hydroelectric facilities, local farmers and Native American tribes that depend on salmon have competing interests, is being sorted by a pair of agreements.
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