2012 Juvenile Salmon Migration: Spring Chinook Survival Second Best Since 1999

Snake River yearling spring chinook salmon did well this year, surviving their run down the Federal Columbia River Power System gauntlet toward the Pacific Ocean at a rate exceeded only by the 2006 migration, according to preliminary data compiled in a memo from NOAA Fisheries’ Northwest Fisheries Science Center to the agency’s Bruce Suzumoto, Northwest Region assistant regional administrator, Hydropower Division.

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