NOAA Releases 2015 Sockeye Salmon Passage Report; Council Hears Better News About 2016 Sockeye

In 2015, low flow conditions, coupled with high air temperatures and warm water in the Snake and Columbia rivers and their tributaries from mid-June to mid-July, resulted in the highest mainstem water temperatures recorded in the Columbia River Basin, making survival of the basin’s sockeye salmon a constant source of concern.

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