Grande Ronde River Study Shows How Adding Fish Carcasses (With Eggs) Improves Juvenile Salmon,Steelhead Growth Rates

The addition of steelhead carcasses to tributaries of the Grande Ronde River in northeastern Oregon resulted in short-term increases in the growth rates, body condition and size of juvenile chinook salmon and steelhead, factors that may contribute to their survival, according to a recent study.

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