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Science Friday: Juvenile steelhead finding refuge in tributary mouths

In Science Friday by John McMillan

Summer is over, but before we put it behind us, it’s worth considering that the summer of 2020 was likely one of the two hottest summers in the northern hemisphere since humans began measuring the temperature of air and water. Hot temperatures directly—and sometimes dramatically—affect steelhead and many other salmonid species. So our Science Friday review this week of a study of steelhead in California’s Eel River is timely.

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Science Friday: Nottawasaga River Steelhead Part 2 – A Great Lakes lesson in local adaptation and naturalization of a Steelhead population

In Science Friday by Jonathan Stumpf

This Science Friday we have the final part of a three-part series on steelhead in the Great Lakes.  This is the second-half of last month’s article, authored by Brian Morrison, Fred Dobbs, and Chris Atkinson. The article was originally published in The Osprey in September 2010 (link to the original article in The Osprey is here: http://ospreysteelhead.org/archives/TheOspreyIssue67.pdf). The Osprey has …