Save some salmon for the bears and whales, study says

October 23, 2010

Entire ecosystems on the Pacific coast rely on salmon and humans are taking more than their share, a new study concludes…..

Read the full story by Judith Lavoie, Times Colonist

Link to the scientific paper in the journal Conservation Letters

Download the paper :Salmon for protected terrestrial areas.pdf

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