Findings Suggest New ‘Bioretention’ Systems To Reduce Urban Stormwater’s Lethal Impacts On Salmon

Salmon exposed to toxic stormwater can die in a matter of hours.

But preliminary new findings by Washington State University researchers suggest that bioretention systems, such as rain gardens, that filter out contaminants from stormwater runoff are key for preventing lethal impacts on fish.

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